There's just something about frozen bananas. Frozen grapes are an indulgence, but you won't see those sold on sticks. Frozen bananas are eaten straight, dipped in chocolate or caramel, and occasionally even rolled in nuts. They are rich, creamy, and good for you. What more could you ask for? They have a firm texture that yields slowly against the teeth, softening gently as the fruit slowly melts. Somehow bananas retain their creamy texture through a range of temperatures, so that they are equally indulgent straight from the deep freeze and after several minutes at room temperature. Our recent adventures with liquid nitrogen led us straight to the banana. Once frozen solid, they can be placed in a blender and powdered. This light, frozen powder can be scooped up like snow and once eaten melts quickly into a rich stream of banana goodness sliding down into your tummy. A little extra nitrogen helps the powder stay cold on the way to the table, creating a taste sensation your guests will not soon forget. Powdered frozen bananas, try them and you'll never go back to bananas on a stick.