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With the weather heating up, it's natural to crave all kinds of frozen desserts. Personally, I don't like to turn my oven on once temperatures hit the mid-70s. There's something so satisfying and refreshing about a chilled treat, plus there's nothing like lingering in front of the open freezer for longer than you should, especially on extra-sweltering days.
Lately, we've been a little obsessed with frozen bananas. Somehow they become more delicious and creamy when they're frozen, which makes them perfect for mimicking ice cream. One of our favorite combinations is peanut butter and banana, so why not combine the two? Speaking of great combinations, why not throw in some chocolate, too? As far as we're concerned, chocolate and peanut butter should never be separated.
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What resulted is a sort of banana-stuffed Reese's cup, and we're not mad at it. It's the perfect balance of sweet, nutty, and smooth, and making them is outrageously easy. Make a big batch and keep them in the fridge for a perfect on-the-go snack to satisfy your sweet fix.
Allergic to peanuts? Try almond or cashew butter. Not a fan of dark chocolate? Try milk or white chocolate chips. These little guys are super versatile. All you really need is a freezer!