The kids will be bounc­ing like bun­nies to try out these easy Easter treats!

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The kids will be bounc­ing like bun­nies to try out these Easter de­lights

Choc-ba­nana bunny pops

Makes 12 pops Cost per serve $0.60 Time to make 15 min, plus 30 min freez­ing You will need 12 small pad­dle pop sticks for this recipe. 3 medium bananas 100g 70% dark cho­co­late, 100g white cho­co­late 1–2 drops red or pink food

colour­ing (op­tional) ¼ cup nat­u­ral flaked al­monds Crushed peanuts, to dec­o­rate Large sprin­kles, to dec­o­rate 1 Line a bak­ing tray with bak­ing pa­per. Cut each ba­nana into four pieces. In­sert pad­dle pop stick into the bot­tom of the ba­nana, go­ing about three-quar­ters of the way through. Place on tray and freeze for 5–10 min­utes. 2 Chop dark and white cho­co­late and place the cho­co­late into sep­a­rate mi­crowave-safe bowls. Heat in the mi­crowave for 30–se­cond

in­ter­vals, un­til melted. Add red or pink food colour­ing (if us­ing) to the melted white cho­co­late. 3 Dip the bananas into melted cho­co­late, turn­ing to coat. Let the ex­cess cho­co­late drip off; place bananas on the pre­pared tray. Place two flaked al­monds on top of each ba­nana as the bunny’s ears. Dec­o­rate ba­nana with crushed peanuts, and use sprin­kles for the eyes and nose. 4 Re­turn bananas to the freezer for 20 min­utes. Serve.

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