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Banana Ghosts

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Ingredients:
1 banana
2 popsicle sticks
Plastic wrap
1 1/2 ounces white chocolate or white almond bark
4 candy coated milk chocolate pieces or other round candy or currants

Directions:
Peel banana and cut it in half widthwise. Push a popsicle stick into each half through the cut end, then cover each pop with plastic wrap and freeze until firm (about 3 hours). Next, place the white chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl and cook on high approximately one minute until melted. Spread melted white chocolate on frozen banana halves. Set pops on dish covered with waxed paper. Press on candies or currants for eyes and mouths and return pops to freezer until ready to serve. Makes 2.

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