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Frozen Banana Bites [Vegan]

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I had three overripe bananas, a broken food processor (couldn’t make my banana bread) and was craving chocolate. So, I decided to make frozen banana bites with just five healthy ingredients. I just died eating this. I've written the recipe down to share with you all from heaven.

Frozen Banana Bites [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Soy FreeVegan

Serves

14

Ingredients

  • 3 overripe bananas
  • 2 tbsp crunchy peanut butter
  • 2 tbsp cacao
  • 1/4 tsp lemon juice [to prevent discoloration]
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp raw agave (I used 2 tbsp because the bananas were not very sweet) [optional]

Preparation

  1. In a bowl, add all the ingredients and mash bananas until a batter forms with some tiny banana pieces here and there. Taste check this. Please don’t finish them now. You have to freeze these
  2. Arrange all the silcone mini-cupcake molds on a plate that is going to get to the freezer
  3. Spoon 1 Tbsp of the batter into molds and transfer the plate into the freezer-for 6 hours at least and healthy portion-controlled dessert after every meal. You’re very welcome :)

Notes

This recipe can be raw. Substitute peanut butter to any raw butter. If you are allergic to nuts, use some seed butter.

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AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


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I am Charanya, a vegan and gluten-free blogger and founder of Yes, I am Vegan. I am an IT lecturer by day and blogger by night. I have been vegan for three years now and gluten-free, the last year. One common question I get asked is, what do you eat? That's why I started blogging, to show the world, vegan and gluten-free food isn't hard to cook. You just need to look for it.


 

 



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9 comments on “Frozen Banana Bites [Vegan]”

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Selma
1 Years Ago

Mmmmh !! I had no crunchy peanut butter so I used almond butter and ground hazelnuts
Thank you for the recipe :)


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Charanya Ramakrishnan
12 Jun 2015

Yum :) Sounds wonderful. <3 You\'re very welcome

Victoria
1 Years Ago

I LOVED THESE! Thank you so much for sharing. I put mine in ice cube trays and used chocolate flavored stevia in favor of agave which is 70% fructose (worse for you than sugar or high-fructose corn syrup). Delicious!


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Charanya Ramakrishnan
08 Jun 2015

Thanks Victoria :) Glad you loved it. I am moving towards coconut nectar now. Ice cube tray is ingenious

susan colledge
1 Years Ago

PLEASE arrange to have a "print Button" for the recipes!
Not for all the other stuff too.
thanks


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Charanya Ramakrishnan
13 Jun 2015

Here is the recipe on my blog. There is a print option there.

Charanya Ramakrishnan
13 Jun 2015

Oops, the link is http://yesiamvegan.com/2015/05/25/frozen-banana-bites/

Liz B
1 Years Ago

I just started a gluten-free and vegan baked goods and candy company and I am now trying to figure out how to sell frozen treats at a farmers market! I think these would be amazing during the summer! Maybe a cooler of dry ice? :) I just discovered your blog, and now I am excited to read more!

I am calling myself an "accidental vegan" because I started baking with applesauce instead of oil or eggs... I am not actually vegan, yet, but I read more about being vegan I am working harder to become vegan. I have started with breakfast and lunch since I don\'t have to worry about anyone else for those meals.


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Charanya Ramakrishnan
08 Jun 2015

Thanks Liz <3 Takes a while to transition. Am very sure you\'d get there one day.



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