Chocolate Covered Banana Bites and Healthy Snack Ideas

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Sometimes, you just want a few bites of something sweet but you don’t want to wreck your diet plan. That’s when I make Chocolate Covered Banana Bites. I can eat one and I’m good to go. I just have to make sure I don’t eat them all!

How to Make Chocolate Covered Bananas

About three months ago, I made a promise to myself to exercise every single day. Sometimes, it’s a long, intense workout and occasionally it’s a short one. But I get up and move every single day!

It’s all about baby steps with me, so once I got my workouts down pat, I began to restructure my eating plan. That’ includes eating healthier snacks. When you’re working out, you don’t want to undo all your hard work by eating unhealthy foods on a regular basis. I always save my once-a-week special splurge for Sunday dessert. Even then, I watch my portion size.

My husband and I both try to eat foods that are better for us. That means planning ahead and including small mid-morning or afternoon snacks. When it comes to snacking and craving something sweet, homemade granola bars are another favorite. Again, I have to make sure to watch portion sizes.

Frozen Chocolate Covered Banana Bites are a snack that’s easy to make. Make sure to store them in the freezer!

Chocolate Covered Banana Bites

Chocolate Covered Banana Bites

Chocolate Covered Banana Bites


  • 2-3  bananas
  • 12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • One tablespoon coconut oil
  • Toothpicks


  1. Peel bananas and slice into 1-inch slices. Insert toothpicks into the banana slices and place on a parchment lined baking sheet and freeze for 25-30 minutes.
  2. In a microwave-safe bowl, microwave the chocolate chips and coconut oil for 30 seconds. Stir and microwave in 15-second intervals, stirring after each interval, until chocolate is smooth. Remove the banana slices from the freezer and dip each one in the chocolate. Let stand until chocolate is firm. Store in the freezer.
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Another snack I’ve always enjoyed is Keto Fat Bombs. Of course, way back when I first started making these, they were called something else. I don’t even remember what they were called. I’ve never put them in a mold. I just mix all the ingredients up in a small, freezer proof bowl and once frozen, I break them into pieces like you do a chocolate bark.

Keto Chocolate Bark aka Fat Bombs

You’ll need:

  • 1/2 cup nut butter
  • 1/4 cup cocoa
  • 1/4 cup melted coconut oil
  • non-sugar sweetener to taste (I use Splenda because I despise the taste of Stevia. My daughter tries to convert me but to no avail)

Stir everything together in a bowl until well combined and place in the freezer until firm. Break into pieces to eat. Make sure to store in the freezer.

Awesome Infographic

The infographic below includes a recipe for granola bars and mix-and-match ideas for an adult version of ants on a log and trail mix.

A Sweet Start to the Day: Mid-Morning Snacks for When You Need Something Sweet

What’s your favorite sweet snack?


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  1. These are fun to make and you can roll them in nuts and all kinds of good stuff. Cover anything with chocolate and it makes everything taste good.

  2. These look so delicious! What a perfect dessert. I haven’t had chocolate dipped bananas in ages so I need to make these.

  3. I like those chocolate covered bananas too. I can make them with Enjoy Life chocolate chips (the dairy free ones) so my granddaughter can enjoy them too!

  4. I love making chocolate covered bananas. It’s a great said that is not going to kill your diet. Anything with chocolate is good!

  5. I tried a similar recipe last year and it was like a banana and peanut butter sandwich. Looking forward to giving this recipe a try. It looks yummy!

  6. We started seeing a nutritionist and boy did he put us on a fairly strict plan. I think he will approve of these banana bites though. They are the perfect size and looks so delicious! Enough to satisfy my sweet tooth.

  7. I like that dry trail mix idea. We are going to be road tripping soon. This would be a fun snack for the road.

  8. I have got to admit, not huge chocolate fan, but man-oh-man, this is!!! Definitely have to give this a try, from scratch. Looks FAB!! Thank you for sharing the recipes. Yaay!!!

  9. OK I am totally up for trying these, what an awesome idea of something to do with bananas! I would what they would be like with ice cream as well..
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  10. Those would be really yummy! I love snacking on bananas too.

  11. Yum, this sounds like such an easy snack that is also good. I’m going to have to make these for the kiddos one of these days.
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  12. Oh yum! I’ve made my kids chocolate covered bananas. They love them!
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  13. cathy mini says

    oooh this is such a delicious and yummy recipe and kids would be loved this and i definitely try this one..

  14. It would be fun to make these. The kids love making chocolate covered strawberries, and it would be fun to try dipping other fruits in chocolate.

  15. I have some perfect bananas for making these treats right now. I’d better get at it before they are gone!

  16. Frozen banana is one of my favorite healthy substitutes for dessert ideas. These bites look delicious and are the perfect pick-me-up.

  17. These sound good. It’s definitely a good way to get a chocolate fix and your potassium at the same time.

  18. Ohhh, now I have a new idea for our Halloween party. I guess I would include this as part of a game, designing marshmallows with Halloween theme.

  19. Bob Williams says

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  20. I’m gonna make this for my son. I hope he likes it.
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