Fun Pumpkin Frozen Banana Bites

Yes, cute "pumpkin" banana bites. I made some frozen bananas this summer and the grands loved them! So I thought how much fun would it be to make these little banana bites into cute little pumpkins with little faces? So here is what I came up with...




These little things were so much fun to work with. Little pumpkin faces looking up at me. Lol

How to Make:

Cut bananas into bite size pieces. Heat up orange candy melts in microwave... slowly. If heated up too fast it can turn into a big glob - yes, it happened to me. Ha!

I dipped the popsicle stick in the candy melts before putting them in the banana piece. It helps keep the banana on the stick.

After the candy melt is a bit solid in the banana dip the banana bite into the candy melt. Try to drip some of the extra candy melt off before placing on a paper plate.

I cut green gum drops into little "leaves"  for the top of the pumpkin. I cut tiny chunks of chocolate off of the chocolate candy melts for the lips.

Put in the freezer.

Just before serving add the little candy eyes. *the candy eyes cannot be put into the freezer as the black center of the eyes tends to bleed*


I put together cupcake papers and other little papers into the cupcake papers to make a layered effect.


Voila! Cute little treats for Fall or even Thanksgiving!





It was lots of fun making these little frozen banana bites. Hope you enjoyed them also.

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4 comments

  1. These are ADORABLE Linda! My grandson, who loves bananas would love these. Pinned :)

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  2. Hi Linda thank you for your visit. You are so welcome. Your blog looks great. I am always happy to help. Love these cute banana bites. Love how you think, so fun and creative. Thank you for sharing these fun treats at “Love Your Creativity”. Have a lovely week Linda.

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So happy you came to visit today. Everyone is so busy but if you'd like to leave a note for me, I'd love it!!

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I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

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