Halloween bananas

Halloween bananas

Ok these bananas have absolutely nothing to do with being scary as they are so cute! But there is nothing wrong with cute right?

I’ve cut the lower half of the bananas in a “ghost-like” shape ( you do have to have some imagination here) and used sugar eyes to give them a face. You can use melted chocolate for making the mouth or you can use edible ink too. Whichever you prefer.

Halloween is not a big holiday here in the Netherlands but you will always see some things popping up in the month of October. Parties are a no-go at the moment due to the recent new lockdown. But you can of course make a small party with your own family.

We’ve got to celebrate the little things, now more than ever. And these halloween bananas are a fun little project to make with your kids.

Are you looking for another fun Halloween project? You can try making these Halloween devils balls or the Halloween cupcakes

Halloween bananas
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Halloween bananans

The cutest bananas you'll ever see!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 4 bananas


  • 4 bananas
  • 8 sugar eyes
  • 50 gr dark chocolate melted


  • Use a small sharp knife to cut out the bottom part of the bananas. Making it look like a ghost gown.
  • Use a little bit of chocolate to stick the eyes to the bananas and give them a mouth by using a small wooden skewer to paint the mouths on.
Course: Snack
Cuisine: Halloween
Keyword: bananas, halloween


The nutritional values above are calculated per portion. The details are based on standard nutritional tables and do not constitute a professional nutritional advice.

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