Chocolate Banana Eye Pops {Healthy Food for Halloween}

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Chocolate Banana Eye Pops {Healthy Food for Halloween}Continuing our series on Healthy Food for Halloween today I have some Chocolate Banana Eye Pops.

These do have a bit of chocolate on them (and you could use dark chocolate or simply leave it off all together) but overall they are a healthier, fun treat for Halloween.

I love how these little pumpkins turned out.  They were just ones I found at the dollar store, but you could also use real ones, gourds, large apples or just pop the sticks into some craft foam.

These do need to be eaten right after being taken out of your freezer.  Since they are small they do defrost fairly quickly.  But I doubt you will have a problem with your little monsters gobbling them up.

Make sure for the smoothest chocolate results use my DIY Magic Shell recipe.

If you don’t have Popsicle sticks grab them here.

And here is another fun Healthy Food for Halloween recipe you might want to check out:

Yields 5-10

Chocolate Banana Eye Pops {Healthy Food for Halloween}

Chocolate Banana Eye Pops {Healthy Food for Halloween}

20 minPrep Time

20 minTotal Time

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  • 1 banana sliced about 3/4 inch thick (around 10-12 pieces)
  • 5-6 grapes sliced sound 1/4 inch thick (remove ends)
  • 10-12 Popsicle sticks
  • 1 recipe of DIY Magic Shell (see above)


  1. Prepare a sheet or plate with parchment paper
  2. Place 1 Popsicle stick into each banana slice (about 1/2 way and be careful not to split)
  3. Lay banana pops on to parchment covered sheet
  4. Place grape slice onto just below the center of the banana
  5. Freeze until hard, or over night in freezer (may want to cover)
  6. Remove from freezer and dip each pop half way into the chocolate Magic Shell
  7. Using a skewer dip into Magic Shell and place a small chocolate drop into the middle of the grape.
  8. Return to freezer until ready to serve.
  9. Eat immoderately after serving.
Recipe Type: Dessert


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