Banana Chips Hugging Dark Chocolate – Banan-Oreo

Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’ into the future. This recipe takes lots of time to cook. Don’t fret. You will be able to attend to many other tasks, important or trivial, while your oven works its magic.

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Banana Chips Hugging Dark Chocolate Ingredients

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Cut each peeled banana into 1/8-inch thin slices.

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Bake for 2-3 hours at 175-200 degrees, flipping them once after 1 hour. Flip the entire parchment paper sheet with all the banana slices stuck in place onto a new parchment sheet.

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With the banana chips now wedged between two sheets of parchment, continue baking for about another hour.

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They’re done when they turn slightly brown and pop off the parchment paper as you poke them from below. Don’t overbrown them, or they will taste too caramelized.

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Cool completely before spreading a dime-sized bit of melted chocolate on a chip and covering with a second chip.

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Voilà–Banana Chips Hugging Dark Chocolate.

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You may prefer to omit the chocolate and eat the banana chips au naturel.

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Final notes:

  • Do you wish your weeks away to get to the weekend? Does it worry you that the faster time goes, the less you’ll have left? Read It’s All About Time for some healing information.
  • Check out Hick Chick just for fun and Living Tastefully for a beautiful banana breakfast treat.
  • To satisfy your artsy needs, take a look at Robin Rosenberg’s Fine Art site. Robin passed on a strawberry life-extending tip that she learned from her mom. To extend freshness for up to 2 weeks, refrigerate your strawberries in a closed jar. I’m currently testing it out.
  • Aren’t you glad this post was short and sweet? Happy holidays everyone!!!

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    Great! Those chocolates look yummy =p. So how about seeing perhaps a recipe on how to pickled beets?
    Marcia d:)

  2. dorothy salomon says

    Wow Holly: You have done it again. Just when I thought I was all finished with my Passover cooking/baking, I will add this one as well. I know it will go over great
    Dorothy Salomon

  3. Nancy says

    Hemp seeds- I don’t eat much fish so I have been incorporating these onto my salads and yogurt to get my “omegas” – but I am sure you could come up with something more creative!

  4. Anonymous says

    Aloha,
    I love to eat bananas and chocolate and some times blend frozen ripe bananas and raw cacao powder with maca and coconut water to make a great smoothie.

  5. says

    I like entertaining for brunch but I find I serve the same old thing. I’d like to find an easy to make dish (the kind that cooks in the oven while you get the other stuff prepared), that’s a little off the beaten track for brunch (but still a brunch food). Maybe eggs that are matched with an unusual ingredient or French toast with a twist…
    I trust you will come up with something.
    Sonia

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