Banana Chips Hugging Dark Chocolate - Banan-Oreos
By Jittery Cook on April 05, 2012
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
- 2 ripe bananas
- 1/4 c melted dark chocolate
Cut each peeled banana into 1/8-inch thin slices.
With the banana chips now wedged between two sheets of parchment, continue baking for about another hour.
Cool completely before spreading a dime-sized bit of melted chocolate on a chip and covering with a second chip.
Voilà--Banana Chips Hugging Dark Chocolate.
You may prefer to omit the chocolate and eat the banana chips au naturel.
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