Healthy High Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bites

These healthy frozen chocolate covered peanut butter banana bites are a high protein healthy treat for any occasion. Keep a batch in the freezer for easy snacking and enjoy two bites for less than 100 calories and 27 grams of protein- each batch makes thirty bites.

Best of all? This high protein PB banana bite recipe can be enjoyed in less than five minutes.

Try this recipe with our Protein Milkshake bundle containing Chocolate, Chocolate Mousse, and Cupcake Batter Protein Milkshake. 


Are bananas and peanut butter good for you?

This combination is actually the perfect combination for a snack or dessert as it incorporates healthy fats and with the addition of Chocolate Protein Milkshake protein powder, you get a high protein and low carb snack combo. 


What do I need to make healthy peanut butter banana bites?

  • Chocolate Protein Milkshake protein powder
  • Bananas – fresh bananas
  • Peanut butter – look for natural peanut butter without added oils or sugar
  • Dark chocolate chips – regular chocolate chips also work here
  • Coconut oil – this helps thin the chocolate and makes it easier to dip the bananas


How to Make Healthy and High Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bites

Start by prepping your bananas – peel them and slice them into rounds about 1/4 inch thick.

Line two platters/plates or baking sheets with parchment paper. Spread the peanut butter on a banana slice and top with another. It’s like you’re making little banana sandwiches. Repeat until all of the banana slices are used and you have about 30 bites. Place bites on the prepared platter(s) and put in the freezer so they harden a bit.

Once your peanut butter banana bites have hardened, make your melted chocolate. Add the dark chocolate chips, Protein Milkshake, and coconut oil to a small bowl. Microwave for one minute, stir and microwave for another 30 seconds. Continue stirring and microwaving until all of the chocolate is melted – this shouldn’t take more than two minutes total.

Take your frozen banana bites and dip them into the melted chocolate so half of each bite is coated, place them bake on the baking sheet. Continue until all bites have been dipped and place them back in the freezer so they can harden again (should only take about 15 minutes this time). Now it's time to dig in.


It is recommended to use two platters or baking sheets so that you’re only taking half of the frozen banana bites out of the freezer at a time. If you take all 30 out at the same time, some of the bites will start to thaw and get slippery before you get a chance to dip them in the chocolate.


  • Calories: 99 calories
  • Carbohydrates: 27g 
  • Protein: 2g
  •  Sugar: 7g


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