Bananas Foster Popsicles, a fun recipe twist on bananas foster in popsicle form with bananas, greek yogurt, rum extract, and cinnamon.
These Bananas Foster Popsicles are full of your favorite Bananas Foster flavors, and easy to make thanks to my KitchenAid blender! Only take minutes to prepare but unfortunately you do have to wait a few hours for the popsicles to freeze. If you’re not familiar with Bananas Foster it’s a popular ice cream dessert from New Orleans and so delicious! This version does not contain alcohol, but I did use some rum extract for a similar flavor.
First, add your bananas, brown sugar, butter, and cinnamon to a small bowl and microwave in 30 second intervals until the bananas are soft. Cooking the bananas seemed to intensify the flavors. You could also do this in a pan on the stovetop if you prefer.
The bananas will be really soft and break up as you stir. Small chunks are ok.
Let the bananas cool then add it to the blender along with some Greek yogurt, milk, vanilla, and McCormick rum extract. My KitchenAid blender whipped everything up in seconds!!! Love the blue color of this blender, don’t you?
Pour into your favorite popsicle mold and place them in the freezer for at least a few hours or until they are solid and frozen through.
Pop them out of the popsicle mold when you’re ready to serve. Delicious and easy!
Hope you enjoy!
Bananas Foster Popsicles
- Place bananas, brown sugar, butter, and cinnamon in microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high power for 30 second intervals, stirring after each interval, until bananas are soft, about 2-3 minutes. Set aside to cool.
- Place banana mixture in blender along with yogurt, milk, vanilla, and rum extract. Process until smooth.
- Pour mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze at least a few hours or until frozen solid.
(Nutrition data is provided when available for informational purposes only and calculated using an online nutritional calculator. For the most accurate information please calculate based on specific ingredients and brands you use as well as any changes you made to the recipe. I am not a certified nutritionist or registered dietician and any nutritional information provided should only be used as a general guideline and estimate.)
Kitchenaid provided me with a blender earlier this year but all opinions are my own.