Frozen Ban-Ola!

"A frozen treat that's not a treat at all! Thank you!!"
photo by Sara 76 photo by Sara 76
photo by Sara 76
photo by Sara 76 photo by Sara 76
photo by CoffeeB photo by CoffeeB
Ready In:
2 popsicles




  • Dip banana half in your choice of yogurt.
  • Roll banana in crushed granola.
  • Place in freezer bag and freeze. May be eaten without being frozen also.
  • (Try putting the banana on a stick before freezing to make it more like a popsicle!).

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  1. OutnumberedByPeanuts
    Yum! I made some of these last night and enjoyed my first for breakfast this morning. I followed the directions as stated except for slicing the bananas lengthwise before cutting in half (so that I ended up with 4 pieces out of one banana). I've never had a frozen banana before, so I'm glad I cut them lengthwise first because it was pretty cold on my teeth (and biting into an entire half at one time may have been too much for me)! I used vanilla flavored yogurt and your Yummy, Healthy Granola recipe (#311501). Easy - but kind of messy - to put together. I really enjoy this as a different spin on bananas, and will definitely be making it often. Thanks for posting!!!!!
  2. White Rose Child
    Forgot to review this after making it, LOL. It's a yummy, cold and nutritious snack!- and, may I mention, perhaps even better with the addition of a little peanut butter smeared on the tip of each bite. Thanks for posting!
  3. Sara 76
    Delicious! I had my nieces & nephew over after school today, and my niece & I shared this! We both loved it! We ate it before we got to take the pics though. lol I used strawberry flavoured yoghurt, and your yummy healthy granola. Very yum. [Made for Fall 08 PAC] *** I just made this for a second time, we had them for dessert tonight. They were a wonderful summer trest to finish our meal!
  4. CoffeeB
    I love any type of granola and since this one appears to be LF/LC, I knew I had to give it a go. Plus, I"m hosting TOTM and featuring granola as one of my topics along with breakfast= on =the= go.. I had this recipe saved for awhile and now was the time for trying/reviewing. It did not disappoint. I actually made your granola recipe first and then used regular LF Plain Yoplait Yogurt to roll my 1/2 banana in and then rolled in your granola mixture. It was a sloppy/messy prospect but one I muddled thru after many handwashings. It was well worth the effort and mess as these frozen nana's are delish. I must admit I've never had one b/f. If you cared to up your calorie/fat intake you could always roll in additional chocolate or just drizzle. Yum, Yum. Thanks for two great keeper recipes!
  5. GreenMtnGirl
    Okay, I can't really rate this as I haven't tried it, but I WILL... SOON. DH and I have recently discovered the not-so-well-kept (where have we been) secret of frozen bananas. Who needs ice cream when these frozen little goodies are in your freezer? Mo'Ma', thanks for sharing this sure-to-be gem, that will expand on my new nightly treat.


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