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Chocolate-Banana Split Dessert

Chocolate-Banana Split Dessert recipe
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We've layered everything you love about a classic banana split sundae into a luscious dessert—with no risk of an ice cream brain freeze.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
7/29/2012
I tried this with a graham cracke crust and it was great!
posted:
7/10/2012
I've made this at least 3 or 4 times and people go crazy over it. I also use the low fat cream cheese, lite cool whip and sugar free/fat free chocolate fudge pudding. No one knows the difference!! I had gastric bypass almost a year ago and this is a desert that I can eat without feeling left out.
posted:
1/16/2012
I made the recipe but used a premade Oreo pie crust - I did not double the cream cheese as a few other reviews mentioned and there was more than enough of the mixture. I also only needed 2 bananas. It was delicious! I loved it - my husband did too but he did not like it with the nuts (which I loved - I used pecans instead of walnuts).
posted:
8/10/2011
I used 2 packages cream cheese like others suggested, doubled the sugar, used 1 cup cool whip and enough milk to thin it a little. This was delish! It was a lot like Robert Redford with a twist.
posted:
7/16/2011
Absolutely addictive !!! Love , Love, Love this and so does everybody that I have ever served it to. It's my signature dessert now!!!!
posted:
7/6/2011
RAVE reviews everytime I make this. It does not last!!! LOVE this dessert!!!!!!!
posted:
7/3/2011
I made this recipe for the first time yesterday to take to our church potluck today. There was none left! I will be making it again for our cookout here at my home for tomorrow. The only thing different I will do for it is use 2 packages of cream cheese instead of one. I find that the one I used, did not spread evenly enough over the crust, but with 2 packages it should do just fine. So I have now another recipe to add to my list of favorites.
posted:
6/22/2011
This is a winner! Had company coming and wasn't sure what they liked or wouldn't eat so made this as my dessert and it was gone in no time! I had to leave out the banana's and nuts since my husband is allergic and didn't miss them a bit! A must try!
posted:
6/14/2011
Delicious and very easy. The only difficult part was crushing all those oreos. The toasted walnuts really take it over the top!
posted:
5/23/2011
Went over very well with the office crowd. It does make quite a bit, so I made it for an office birthday party. Was a bit hit! To save time, I may try it in an oreo cookie pie crust. I used fat free cool whip with lowfat cream cheese and sugar free chocolate pudding to lower the calories and fat. STILL WAS AWESOME!
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