Banana chocolate popsicles

Bananen-Schoko-Eis (24 von 58)I might have a slight ice cream problem. My ice cream maker is constantly running and my small freezer is stuffed with popsicles and ice cream. If I continue like this I might need to buy me an ice cream truck to actually get rid of everything that I am producing right now. And I can´t even blame it on the weather, we´ve been having a lot of grey and rainy days lately. But who cares. Summer is a state of mind right?

Bananen-Schoko-Eis (4 von 58)I have a couple more ice cream recipes in the making but before I get to those, I wanted to introduce you to this awesome recipe. Banana and chocolate is a fool proof combination so you know that pretty much nothing can go wrong there. Add some fresh berries, Greek yoghurt and you have a delicious treat that is actually quite healthy too. It´s super easy to make, very creamy due to the fat of the yoghurt and banana and once you add the chocolate…mamma mia is all I can say!Bananen-Schoko-Eis (15 von 58)Bananen-Schoko-Eis (32 von 58)

Makes 8 popsicles:

4 bananas

300 g full fat Greek yoghurt

2 tbsp. of honey or maple syrup

½ lime

About 4 – 5 fresh strawberries

100 g dark couverture

A couple of chopped walnuts (optional)

1) Puree 3 bananas with yoghurt, honey and juice of the lime. Slice the remaining banana and berries into small pieces. Place the fresh fruit into the popsicle molds, then add the banana-yoghurt mixture. Add popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 4 hours or overnight.

2) Melt the couverture. Take the popsicles out of the molds, place on a parchment paper and using a fork, drizzle chocolate on top. You can also dip the popsicles into the melted chocolate. Top with some chopped walnuts (optional) and return to the freezer.Bananen-Schoko-Eis (46 von 58)

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