Another Type of Breakfast Special–Hot Chocolate Banana Burritos. Or are they tacos?

Compliments of Yi-Ching Lin

Who is up for a healthy chocolate high supreme? I AM! I AM! Actually dark chocolate gets me flying just thinking about it, but enough about that silliness.

What do you need?

-One banana sliced to suit you.

-One whole wheat tortilla.

-Enough butter to lightly cover the banana up side of the tortilla.

-As many Guittard real Semisweet Chocolate Chips as you can stand to eat after they melt. Careful, these Guittard chips melt as fast as butter does. These chippies melt in your mouth. I kid not. Other brands have NOTHING on Guittard’s Semisweet Chocolate. NOTHING! Which means you’re going to die and go straight to heaven with this breakfast special banana delight.

Okay here goes everything:
Heat your whole wheat tortilla on both sides until you can just put a very light coating of butter on the upside. While on low to medium heat toss down about half your desired portion of semisweet chips. Then cover half the tortilla with sliced bananas. Next throw down the rest of your semisweet yum yums. Shut off heat. Fold the half of tortilla sans bananas over the banana half. Carefully ‘flip’ over and let rest for about thirty seconds depending on your heat level and if you desire a crunchy crisp burrito or a soft serve one. Remove from pan. Devour once cool enough to not burn your fingers, lips, tongue or the roof your mouth.

Warning: Highly addictive.

Guittard Chocolate Company –>>
Yes, you want to discover Guittard Chocolate. OH yes you do. Indulge! Indulge!

It’s been pointed out to moi that folding the tortilla in half is more like a taco–hence, these would be chocolate banana tacos not burritos. Apparently rolling the tortilla would create a burrito. I’ve done both. Take your pick. It’s all very very yummy yummy in your tummy.

Visit Yi-Ching Lin’s Waking Up New blogcasa for more visual delights. 🙂 Careful also very addictive.


  1. pteradactyl said,

    July 1, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    ok. i’m in.pancakes didn’t cut it.

  2. yi-ching lin said,

    June 29, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    me, too!! (smile) yum!

    • June 30, 2013 at 1:20 am

      Hey, does your mother know you’re ‘out’ of the house, yi-ching? wink wink

  3. penpusherpen said,

    June 28, 2013 at 10:08 pm

    um, you got me with the melted chocolate and I’ve actually died and gone to heaven Eva. and Please!! Can I lick out the chocolate pan? I did say please!! 🙂 xxxPenxxx

    • June 30, 2013 at 1:19 am

      I thought I saw you sprawled out under that oak tree reveling in a dark chocolate state of joy. 🙂

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