Chocolate Covered Banana Pops

“The happiness of mankind can be achieved by discovering a new dish rather than a star” says, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, a French lawyer who is also known as the father of low-carbohydrate diet and because of his famous work the Physiology of taste which was published in the year 1800’s.

Every day we eat almost the same kind of food, we meet almost the same kind of people, deals with the same kind of problems unsolved! We refuses to let ourselves discover something new, we refuses to go on and explore and that we would rather see ourselves stuck to the same kind of routine that we could not escape, leaving us unsatisfied with our work, leaving us being handed with nothing but our own regret!

You might be confused right now, why did I ever become so melodramatic at some point? And how does this being connected to this kind of picnic recipe that we are having? Like maybe you would want to proceed to see the ingredients immediately?

See? That’s what and how we deal it every day, that’s what we usually do, we refuses even to listen, we refuses to discover something elseat a particular moment! That’s why I quoted, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin; his words maybe as simple as that. But what he was trying to convince us is that happiness can be found in the simplest way, the tiniest manner, just by what you see, what you explore and just by what you discover! It is no longer a matter of discovering what is big. But it is a matter of one’s self-fulfillment.

Same as this kind of recipe at hand! A very standard ingredient, very simple, very bare but with a twist of sweetness and saccharinity, it made it something special and delightful! A treat that will not leave you being not fulfilled! Picnic food that is very ideal for desserts, A picnic idea for picnic parties, outing or even just your usual nibbles.

A fruit that is as simple as banana, garnishing it with your impeccable timing? Coating it with your passion? Add an extra-smile and sincerity by making it! And of course let’s not forget the superfluous fixings by dressing it with that yummy chocolate? Then, Voila! You have a delicious and very healthy meal.

And you just have lived what Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin said.

 

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