Ghost Pops help to combat that unwritten rule that Halloween treats have to be unhealthy. Not only are they easy to make (and cute) but they also taste great!
This snack is perfect to prepare with your kids. Requiring only four quick steps, you should be able to complete the ghost pops before they get bored or make too much of a mess. And if they sneak a taste, you don’t have to worry about raw ingredients.
Using an orange confetti plate contrasts nicely with white ghost pops giving them a colorful Halloween flare.
Helpful tips: Use a knife to spread the yogurt on to the banana (Dipping the banana does not work well). Put the shredded coconut in a tray to make the rolling easier and allowing for easier clean-up.
Ghost Pops Recipe Instructions
ghost pops recipe
- Shredded Coconut
- Chocolate Chips
- Put a toothpick or a popsicle stick in one end of each banana
- Then dip in the yogurt and make sure you cover it all the way around and roll it in the coconut on all sides. You can push it on with your fingers if you need to.
- Once it is covered in coconut, just put 2 chocolate chips on for eyes. you can also use raisins