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Banana Split "Cake"

Banana Split "Cake" recipe
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In the words of one fan, “I have co-workers who get down on their knees and beg me to make this!” Fix these delish treats and spread a little happiness.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
5 hr 25 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
5/30/2006
I also made it using Strawberries instead of bananas and it was great.
posted:
5/30/2006
What a refreshing and delicious dessert! Such a nice contrast with the bananas and pineapple. Major hit over the Memorial Day weekend. Omit the foil though- it was a pain and only got stuck under each piece when serving.
posted:
5/30/2006
This dessert was a hit!! I also used lite cream cheese and lite cool whip - and it was still wonderful!! I like the idea of halving the recipe also.
posted:
5/30/2006
My girlfriend made this recipe for a bbq and it was so good that a few of us had THREE helpings! So delicious! And she made it with the lower-fat versions of cream cheese and cool whip. YUM!
posted:
5/29/2006
I made this today and we loved it. My wife took some with her to work to give to friends. I didn't understand using the foil as a liner. wouldn't it be easier in a corning ware 9 by 13 inch dish? I will make this next for our family gathering..
posted:
5/29/2006
I made this recipe at a family picnic yesterday and I kept hearing people ask who made it and say how good it was. This is a delicious recipe especially for summer get togethers. My husband wants me to make it again today for us.
posted:
5/28/2006
Excellent!!! My sister said it was probably the best desert she'd ever had!
posted:
5/28/2006
I made this recipe for a family cookout. All of us are watching out sugar and carb intake. I modified the recipe by not including the sugar in the graham cracker crust - the sugar in the cookies was plenty sweet. We used the light philly cream cheese and Cool Whip free and unsweetened pineapple. I also used pecans on top instead of walnuts. Everyone raved and three mothers asked for the recipe. I will definitely make this again next week; I am bringing a birthday dessert to work.
posted:
5/26/2006
It was fantastic! Here's what I did: bought a graham cracker crust/pie size at the grocery store to cut out that step, then halved the rest of the ingredients in the recipe (i.e. one pkg of pudding vs. 2, 1 pkg cr. cheese vs. 2, etc) to make it more "family size" versus serving a crowd. It turned out great, very similar taste to a banana cream pie, without all the work (!) and was really easy to make. Highly recommended...yum!
posted:
5/25/2006
It was hard to spread the cream cheese mixture over the crust. Next time I'll use an electric cookie press. Recipe was delicious!
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