Mini Banana and Strawberry Split

Mini Banana and Strawberry Split


Servings 16
Time Needed Prep
Ingredients 8
Difficulty Easy

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  • 150 g Chocolate Melts
  • 2 Bananas
  • 8 Strawberries
  • 2 tbsp Crushed Peanuts
  • 2 tbsp Sprinkles
  • 8 tsp Chocolate Ice Cream
  • 8 tsp Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 16 Toothpicks

Nutrition Information

Qty per
213g serve
Qty per
Energy 402.37111111111kcalcal 188.79250739805kcalcal
Protein 2.9134722222222gg 1.3670010368016gg
Fat (total) 9.7955555555556gg 4.5960742300396gg
 - saturated 19.199444444444gg 9.0083784775374gg
Carbohydrate 80.89375gg 37.955343894242gg
 - sugars 76.566944444444gg 35.925206920439gg
Dietary Fibre 15.155972222222gg 7.1111814911044gg
Sodium 72.766944444444mgmg 34.14224708982mgmg

Nutritional information does not include the following ingredients: Bananas, Strawberries, Crushed peanuts, Sprinkles, Vanilla Ice Cream, Toothpicks

Please Note - Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.

Oh. My. Hotness. It is too hot to not be summer yet. These fun mini Ice Cream Splits are easy to make the kids can help and taste test straight away. I love an old fashioned Banana Split but my kids never eat a full one so these mini ones were perfect and the kids loved making their own. Great idea for a kids party too.


  1. Melt Chocolate in small bowl in microwave for 30 seconds. Set aside.

  2. Peel bananas and cut each banana into 4 pieces.

  3. Cut tops of the 8 strawberries.

  4. Half dip each strawberry and banana piece in the melted chocolate, then dip in peanuts or sprinkles. Place the flat non-dipped side onto the chopping board so that the chocolate starts to set for 1-2 minutes.

  5. Take a toothpick and push through the chocolate end of each piece of fruit. Then top with a teaspoon of ice cream.

  6. Eat straight away and enjoy!!!

  7. Now make more and keep eating these tasty little morsels with the kids.

Recipe Hints and Tips:

  • Mini Banana and Strawberry Splits are not suitable for freezing and to be eaten as they are made.
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