Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Pretzel Bites

Today’s Sunday Funday is going bananas!

That’s right, it’s National Banana Lovers Day, so we’ve got all sorts of banana recipes.

Since this summer was blazing hot, I made a no-bake banana treat.

These tasty treats use only 4 ingredients and can be enjoyed frozen or not.  Freezing is great for a cold day and holds the bites together, but they’re delicious either way.

I didn’t give any ingredient amounts below, because much of it is up to personal preference. No matter what, these make an excellent snack or even a healthy dessert!

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Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Pretzel Bites

Adapted from Clean Fingers Laynie

Pretzel Sticks

Creamy peanut butter

2 bananas

Dark chocolate, melted

Line up the pretzel sticks on a baking sheet lined with parchment or a silicone mat.  Use a spatula to spread a thick layer of peanut butter over the pretzel sticks.

Cut the bananas in half, then cut into pieces roughly the length of the pretzel sticks.  Place the bananas, cut side down over the peanut butter.  Drizzle with melted chocolate.  Separate into individual bites and freeze for an hour.

After an hour, serve or place into a zipper bag.  These are best enjoyed within a day or two or the pretzels start to get soggy & stale.


  1. Peanut butter and banana is one of my favorite combos for on toast in the morning. I know I would love these little pretzel-based snacks.

  2. Oh yes, I just love that you added pretzels to these lil' bites of sweet heaven! My favorite!!! Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck - Colleen

  3. That bite shot has me craving one of these!

  4. All of these banana posts are making me SO hungry, especially this one.

  5. Amy like this idea of banana with pretzels. Will be making these soon.

  6. I really like the salty pretzel base for a sweet and salty combo with the peanut butter, banana and chocolate, Amy. YUM!

  7. Wow that is a nice healthy treats for kids and you gave me an idea on how to feed some bananas to my kids.


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