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Monkey Poop

By: Shanti from Life Made Full
Monkey Poop
Monkey Poop
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Don't be alarmed by this recipe title. Monkey Poop is actually a delicious bite-sized dessert that you'll fall in love with. They're banana and peanut butter balls covered in chocolate. Monkeys would love them, and so will you! The filling has an ice cream-like texture because they're kept frozen. Whip up a batch to put out at book club or bring to a party. They're sure to disappear in no time, so make sure you save some for yourself before you put them out.

Chilling Time: 40 min

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I was surprised to see coconut in this recipe. Banana and peanut butter make a good combination. Is it okay if I use regular chcocolate chips?

Kids just crack up laughing at the name of these treats and the recipe is so easy that kids can join the fun. I suggest leaving out the maple syrup and using firm ripe bananas to get the proper consistency.

Also clicked on this just because of the unique title! But I was pleasantly surprised with this simple, delicious, no-bake, and even vegan recipe. I love how peanut butter can be easily substituted with almond butter (or even cashew butter!) An important tip is to make sure the bananas are ripe or the texture will be all off.

I purely clicked on this for the name and it looks surprisingly delicious! Super excited to try this out!

I can't tell you the last time I ate Monkey Poop, but it's been too long.

That's really funny! and they sound good too I love banana and peanut butter!

Thank you for sharing! Shanti @ Life Made Full


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