10 Best Frozen Banana Recipes You’ll Love

Get ready to fall in love because these quick and easy frozen banana recipes are about as good as it gets.

They’re sweet, creamy, and sinfully delicious!

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Chocolate Dipped Banana Pops with Sprinkled Candies, Nuts and Coconut

Are you in the mood for a chocolatey popsicle? How about something cool and creamy for breakfast or dessert?

Or maybe you just have some overripe bananas on your table begging to be used.

Either way, I’ve got you covered.

These delicious frozen banana recipes are ridiculously easy to make, and everyone in your family will love them!

One-Ingredient Banana Ice Cream and More!

Why buy chocolate-covered frozen bananas from the store when you could make your own?

And trust me when I say the homemade versions are far superior.

After all, when you make them yourself, you control every step of the process.

Prefer white or dark chocolate to semi-sweet? No problem! Want to cover them in sprinkles, shredded coconut, and coarse sea salt? Go for it!

You can adjust anything you like in this two-ingredient recipe. So, smother them with nuts, sprinkles, and more!

You can’t go wrong with these sweet, too-healthy-to-be-decadent treats.

Banana cake is a favorite of mine, and it rivals any rich chocolate cake. It’s light, fluffy, buttery, and full of banana yumminess.

You’ll jazz up a box of yellow cake mix and top it with sweetened brown sugar icing.

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It’s a simple but scrumptious dessert your whole family will go nuts for.

If you like the idea of ​​chocolate-dipped frozen bananas but need something you can share, try these frozen banana bites instead.

Made to look like peanut butter cups, they’re beyond addictive!

You’ll cover each one in delicious chocolate and flaky sea salt. Or make them your own with peanut butter, crushed pretzels, and more.

Share them with a crowd or eat them all yourself. You’ll get no judgment from me either way.

From peanut butter cups to Snickers! These take a little longer to make, but they’re oh-so-worth it!

You’ll need to cut the bananas into flat strips to get the look right. Over those, you’ll smother some peanut butter date caramel (recipe included).

Throw on some crushed peanuts and melted chocolate, and these are ready to be devoured!

The kids will adore them (and so will everyone else!).

I don’t know anyone who doesn’t enjoy banana bread.

And the trick to ensuring it’s as moist and flavorful as possible is to use frozen, over-ripe bananas and a half cup of sour cream.

Those two things will guarantee you have soft, moist banana bread that tastes divine.

Add a little lemon juice to cut the sweetness and some walnuts for crunch.

And that, my friends, is how you make an unmatchably delicious loaf of banana bread.

I’ll bet you can guess what the one ingredient in this one-ingredient banana ice cream is.

Yeah, it’s bananas!

Also known as “nice cream,” it’s a super quick blend of frozen bananas. It’s smooth, creamy, and seriously banana-y.

You can add milk and a dash of salt if you want, but neither is necessary.

I like this as is, but it’s also an excellent ice cream base for fun toppings like berries, peanut butter or Nutella, chocolate syrup, and more.

You can easily customize this summer treat to suit everyone’s tastes perfectly. Delish!

Craving banana goodness but want something for breakfast? Try this five-minute banana smoothie instead.

Thick, smooth, luscious, and loaded with protein, thanks to the Greek yogurt base, it’s a great way to start the day.

You’ll naturally sweeten it with honey (though it’s sweet enough on its own). You’ll also toss in half an orange for an extra dose of citrusy flavor and vitamin C.

If you want it to be extra nutritious, add a handful of your favorite greens, as well.

As written, the recipe yields a mildly sweet, delightfully citrusy smoothie that’s perfect for rushed mornings.

Best of all, it’s so tasty that even the kiddos will enjoy it.

Try replacing their morning bowl of sugary cereal with one of these, and they probably won’t even put up a fight.

You can make these wonderful, creamy banana popsicles with just three ingredients: banana pudding, crushed Nilla Wafers, and frozen bananas.

Believe it or not, they taste like old-fashioned banana pudding but in popsicle form.

They’re a sweet – but not too sugary – treat to help you beat the summer’s heat.

And you can have them ready in 10 minutes or less. (Not including the freezing time, of course.)

Is there anything better on a hot day than a cold, creamy milkshake?

How about a cold, creamy milkshake without all the added fat and sugar of ice cream?

This tasty banana milkshake is 100% ice cream-free. Instead, you’ll make it with bananas, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and whatever sweetener you prefer. (Sugar-free is fine!)

If you want to add extra flavors, like peanut butter or chocolate, go for it. You can also top it with whipped cream to make it more dessert-like.

It’s your milkshake, after all! You can make it as healthy or as decadent as you like.

When it comes to homemade waffles, it’s hard to beat banana. They’re light, fluffy, and naturally sweet and scrummy.

You won’t add any sugar because the bananas are sweet enough. Just a dash of syrup before serving should do the trick.

The tiny pinch of nutmeg is another excellent addition. It gives the waffles just a hint of flavor without overpowering them.

And even though they’re homemade, they aren’t complicated or time-consuming. You’ll need just seven ingredients and about half an hour to whip them up.

They’re a great addition to any weekend brunch table.

Frozen Banana Recipes