Easter Banana Pops

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Happy Spring!
 I hope you are well and that the snow will soon be leaving your neck of the woods! I love all of the pretty pastels and ice cream colours that Spring and Easter bring to our surroundings. It’s so refreshing after a long winter. Since the Chocolate Pecan Bites were so popular at my house a few weeks ago, I just couldn’t resist making these banana treats again and giving them a new ‘outfit’ for Spring. They look so pretty, while being the easiest thing in the world to make!

This is a great afternoon activity for little ones too. Bananas are very easy to cut…even with a plastic knife. I say this because when my daughter was little and she wanted to ‘help’ in the kitchen, I always gave her a plastic knife to cut with so I wouldn’t have to worry about boo-boos on the fingers. And after cutting the bananas, the rest of the projects is just lickety-split easy.

To make Easter Banana Pops you will need:
Bananas, cut into thick slices
Wilton melting wafers in yellow, or your colour
Easter egg shaped sprinkles.
Small wooden picks or lollipop sticks

Step-By-Step Instructions:
1. Melt a small amount of wafers in bowl in microwave, following the directions on the package.
2. Dip end of wooden picks or lollipop sticks into melted wafer and then spear banana slice. {The melted water helps hold the banana on the stick}.
3. Chill bananas in freezer on a wax paper-lined cookie sheet for 10-15 minutes.
4. Melt a larger amount of wafers in a bowl. Then holding each banana slice over the melted wafers, use a spoon to drizzle the melted wafers over the banana completely. Then sprinkle sides of coated banana slices with sprinkles and place on wax paper-lined cookie sheet. Let set…about 10 minutes.

Now serve and enjoy! 
Kids will not only love making these, but love eating them too!
If you are looking for more fun Easter-inspired projects to make with kids, don’t forget to check out  some of  the awesome recipes & ideas at Life Made Delicious!
Here are but a few of the fabulous ideas that you can find there:
Wishing you fun & much memory-making in the kitchen!
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