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Frozen banana pops

I seen recipe for cake pops everywhere but so far I’ve not had any celebrations to make it for but Bella and me made a healthier version of frozen banana pops instead. It’s super easy for a five year old to help out with a fast so they don’t lose their interest.  

½ cup semi sweet chocolate chips
½ tbsp. coconut butter
1 medium banana peeled and cut into smaller pieces
Some sort of stick to place pop on (I used lollipop sticks from Michael’s store)
Sprinkles or chopped nuts
Combine chocolate chips and coconut butter and melt either in microwave or over a pot with hot water. Stir until all is melted and creamy. Spear a banana piece not all the way. Dip it into the chocolate and twirl it a couple of times until it stops dripping. Dip into sprinkles or chopped nuts and place on a parchment paper. Place in freezer for 10 minutes before serving. Yum yum!!!

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