Coconut Banana Bites

My granny made these for her neighborhood cocktail parties that were all the rage in the 1960’s because she was known as the “it” girl when it came to cooking.

I served these to my client’s children when I worked as a private chef. They think the coconut crust is made from cookies, but I serve them because they have wholesome ingredients like a bite of fresh fruit.


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  1. Carmen Williams says:

    is there anything you can substitute the coconut with?

  2. Sure, you can use a good quality whole grain cookie, just crush into crumbs. Or a few toasted nuts crushed!

  3. I would love to make these and bring them to the office as a snack for my co-workers. However, I noticed the recipe says to serve immediately. Will they still be good a few hours after preparing or is there a way to preserve them, so I can make them the night before?

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