PB BANANA BITES

Snacks don’t need to be complicated.  One day last week my kids came home from school and were greeted by the snack you see pictured above.  Both my son and daughter loved it!  They were so excited by how “fancy” these PB Banana Bites were and I was so excited about how easy it was to prepare.

Simply spoon some peanut butter (approx 2 Tbs. per large banana) into a piping bag and pipe away.  I find that this is a less messy and much less time consuming way to make this snack than my old method…spooning PB onto each piece of banana.

My kids also love to eat this snack with almond and cashew butter.  A super special decadent treat for them is to make this snack with Justin’s line of chocolate nut butters…yum!  I love to use their Chocolate Hazelnut Butter as a vegan Nutella substitute.

For more info on Justin’s product line click here.

Justin’s image courtesy of sixtimestheyum.com

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Filed under Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Nuts, Product Reviews, Raw, Recipes, Snacks, Vegan, Vegetarian

10 responses to “PB BANANA BITES

  1. I’m not a huge banana fan and I think I’d still gobble those up. Great idea and presentation.:)

  2. JJ will love putting her cake decorating utensils to work. – Thanks.

  3. What a great idea! Can’t wait to try these out w/my kids. Thanks for the tip on the vegan chocolate hazelnut butter too. 🙂

  4. These look so pretty!

  5. How darling!!!! Who wouldn’t love these!! I love your idea to pipe out the peanut butter onto the banana. It makes it look so festive and makes for a beautiful presentation. I’ll have to try that one day! 🙂

  6. Nice idea thanks. I might have to check out justin’s nut butter – my daughter loves chocolate, but isn’t to keen on my raw almond butter!

  7. This has to be the prettiest healthy snack I’ve seen!! I just recently bought Justin’s Nut butter packets and have been waiting to try them out!

  8. I have a sweet tooth and this looks simple and tasty, must give it a wirl over the weekend. Thanks Grettie 🙂

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