Banana Truffle Sundae Bites
Don’t these look awesome and fun and delicious? I found this idea on google awhile back and couldn’t wait to share!
For those heading out for the weekend, be safe! See you on Monday with a special Jello Cheesecake Trifle perfect for the patriotic holiday!!
- ⅓ cup heavy cream
- 1 small banana
- 11 oz white chocolate morsels
- 12 oz vanilla bark, melted
- 4 oz chocolate candy coating, melted
- sprinkles and red hots for decoration
In small saucepan heat cream until it starts to bubble, not boil. Set aside.
In food processor, add banana with white chocolate morsels. Process until combined. Slowly pour in hot cream while processing. Continue to mix until smooth. Pour into a freezer safe bowl and freeze for 2 hours (or overnight).
Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Using a tablespoon, scoop out ONE tablespoon of mixture and roll into a ball. Place on baking sheet and continue until all balls are formed. Freeze for one hour.
When ready to assemble, using a toothpick dip each truffle into the melted vanilla bark. Set truffle back on parchment and repeat until all truffles have been dipped. Don’t worry about the toothpick hole, it will be covered by chocolate.
They should set within minutes because the truffle was cold. Melt chocolate candy coating and pour into a ziploc bag. Snip small hole in corner of bag and drizzle a little blob of chocolate on top of each truffle. Add sprinkles and red hot. The weight of the sprinkles should make the chocolate drizzle down the sides a bit. Otherwise use a little more chocolate with the next truffle. Allow to set in refrigerator and enjoy cold!
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