The loud and very sixties logo-banner displayed on the stall front draws your attention from the get go. The Frozen Dipped Banana stall looked like a happy stop to me. So of course, we checked it out.
Their very retro stall design
Their main selling point is their chilled bananas on popsicle sticks that can be dipped in either chocolate, strawberry, ube or cheese and topped with rice crispies, candy sprinkles, or chocolate sprinkles. They also have chocolate banana shakes and this order that they call Ice Cream Banana. But I first wanted to try the classic banana on stick.
Menu and prices
I got the banana dipped in chocolate with no other additional toppings and it-was-delicious! The fruit was chilled but not frozen, it was ripe and not mushy (I hate mushy bananas) and the chocolate coating was surprisingly good. For the price, I was expecting it to taste like cheap, grainy chocolate that has more sugar than cocoa and I’m glad that it didn’t.
L: Chocolate-dipped banana with rice crispies (p25); R: Good ole chocolate dipped banana (p20)
Frozen Dipped Banana is a welcome addition to the very many snack food choices that can be found in malls. I loved it! I actually wanted to get a second one right after dinner. It’s cheap, delicious, and (semi) healthy. My only gripe about them is that they could’ve come up with a more interesting name than the too straightforward Frozen Dipped Banana on Stick.
Now normally, I refrain from posting people pictures in this blog, but my banana buddy turns 27 tomorrow. And this entry will double as a birthday greeting for the cutest boy in town. With that, I would like to share with you and the rest of the world this picture of him enjoying his banana!
Bim and his banana
Wait. That didn’t sound right. Anyway, happy happy birthday gorgeous
! Have a good one. b(^_^)
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