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Batonnets glaces a la banane et au beurre d arachide

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 1 hours
Difficulty 1.0 Easy
Calories Per Servings 0 Calories
Servings 12
Nutrition facts


Bâtonnets glacés à la banane et au beurre d’arachide

Ingredients 6


banane mûre DOLE
1/4 tasse beurre d’arachide crémeux
24  gaufrettes à la vanille
12  bâtons de sucettes
3 (4 oz) morceaux de chocolat
  Décorations à gâteaux, de couleur arc-en-ciel




Recouvrir une plaque à pâtisserie de papier ciré ou parchemin. Réserver.



Trancher la banane en morceaux de 1/8 de pouce. Tartiner une petite quantité de beurre d’arachide sur les deux côtés des gaufrettes. Mettre un morceau de banane sur chacune des gaufrettes, puis insérer un bâton de sucettes au milieu de chaque morceau de banane. Couvrir en sandwich chaque morceau avec une gaufrette additionnelle. Remplir les côtés avec le surplus de beurre d’arachide et lisser. Réfrigérer une heure au minimum.



Faire fondre le chocolat blanc en suivant les instructions inscrites sur l’emballage. Verser le chocolat fondu sur les bâtonnets, retirer le surplus en les secouant doucement. Déposer les bâtonnets sur la plaque à pâtisserie, décorer en saupoudrant les décorations arc-en-ciel. Réfrigérer 10 minutes supplémentaires ou jusqu’à ce que le chocolat soit dur. Servir.

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