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Every now and then I run into a recipe that makes me laugh. And I mean that in the most positive way. This recipe is one of them! How could you not laugh at sweet treats that look like monkey poop? To be honest with you, I have no idea what real monkey droppings look like, but I would assume the description here is pretty accurate. Actually, now I’m so intrigued I may have to Google it later on, haha!
Whether these banana and peanut butter sweets look like the real thing or not, they sure are delicious! And compared to many store-bought treats these are also much healthier. No processed sugar, mashed bananas and unsweetened coconut flakes – such lovely flavors that are perfect for freezing. Oh yes, I haven’t even mentioned that you’re not going to have to bake these! These would make a lovely party treat, and they are so much fun to make together with your kids.
Recipe and image courtesy of Life Made Full.
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