Peanut Butter Banana Boats Recipe
These are a great quick treat that are fun to make and eat. I first had these on a collage camping trip and still make them for myself and my daughters. Wrap in foil and place in the coals of a camp fire for a special camping treat. Or for a quick snack at home they can be made in the oven. Make as many as you want at one time.
Preheat overn to 350 degrees.
Slice the banana from top to bottom through the top peel but not through the bottom side of the peel.
Spead the banana apart slightly and spead the peanut butter into the slice. You may need to spead the banana more to get all the peanut butter in.
Now take the Chocolate chips and press them into the peanut butter. Your fingers are going to get a little peanut butter on them. You don't want them sitting right on top but pushed in a little so that they don't melt all over.
Place in the warming oven and bake for a few minutes check every couple of minutes until the chips are melted and the banana is starting to warm.
If you are doing this at a camp fire, wrap the banana in a couple layers of foil and place in coals to warm for only a few minutes. Check on it after a couple minutes to see if the chips are melting.
Once warmed, take out of the peel, slice, and eat. Make sure to get all the chocolate and peanut butter off the peel, you don't want to waste any of it.