Packed with fiber and heart-healthy potassium, these one-bite treats, courtesy of Family Fun magazine, lend themselves to tasty customization. Can’t eat peanut butter? This recipe also works with sunflower-seed or soy butter.
Peel the banana. Trim one end so that it’s flat and then set the banana upright (with the cut side down). Use a butter knife to apply a coating of all-natural, sugar-free peanut butter (or any nut or seed butter of your choice)
When the entire banana is coated in nut butter, roll it in a healthy topping like chia seeds, (unsweetened) shredded coconut, crushed pretzels, or chopped nuts.
Cut the banana into ¾-inch slices and serve.