Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Banana Split Cake! My Way!!!



This is one of MY all time favorite cake creations that you can do too!

It is so impressive and delicious that I have had hundreds of views on this easy cake recipe.  Pictures speak so many words when you look at the photo.  It makes a great Birthday cake for those who love banana splits.....Super good and Super easy for you to create.  Make it and enjoy all the compliments.  You're going to get some for sure. 


 Re-post:

I am trying to make the best in a kitchen that isn't mine so I had to go out and buy some things to make my baking and cooking daily routine as easy as I could.   Working with pots, pans and utensils that aren't mine is really hard to do.  I am a person that has everything ready to go when I start to bake or cook so please bare with me.  I am going to being doing some things very different than I have before. As you may know my hubby loves desserts and he has been a peach of a guy during some difficult times recently so I must make a special dessert for him today.  
Happy Baking and Cooking!  Enjoy!!

 Banana Split Cake


1 devil's food cake mix (make according to directions)  I made 2- 9 inch round layer cake pans
1 pkg. 3.4 oz. vanilla instant pudding( or chocolate if you like a lot of chocolate)
1 1/4 cup milk (I used skim)
3 oz. softened cream cheese
1 large container cool whip(If making two layers)
2 quartered banana's
1 bottle hot fudge topping(you use approximately 1/4 cup but you can certainly use more if desired)
chopped nuts, more strawberries or cherry (optional)

Bake cake mix according to directions.  Cool..






Using an electric mixer beat instant vanilla pudding with 1 1/4 cup milk , add  3 oz. softened cream cheese, Beat well until blended.  Add 1/2 container cool whip.  Blend well.

This recipe will make two round cake pans.  Place one layer on large plate.  Top with pudding/cream cheese mixture.  Add a few sliced strawberries.  Top with remainder of Cool Whip, quartered bananas, 1/4 cup hot fudge(melted slightly) and peanuts.  Chop peanuts if desired

Note:  I used only one layer and I froze the other layer to use at a different time but you can make this cake using the two layers.  Top first layer with pudding mixture.  Place second layer on top and top with more cool whip, bananas, strawberries, hot fudge and peanuts..



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8 comments:

The Saucy Gourmet said...

OMG I just gained 5 pounds looking at your picture, YUM!! You are killing my diet!!!

M.J. said...

I probably killed a lot of people's diet..Today I'm eating salad all day! haha

Choc Chip Uru said...

You are my hero - you have turned my favourite decadent dessert into something even better - there really is a baking god and it is you :D
Awesome blog!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru
Latest: Choc Truffle Chunk Muffins + Surprise Choc Cookies

M.J. said...

So happy :) you guys loved the dessert! Fun cake!!

Ronda Eagle said...

My daughter would go "bananas" for this cake! Thanks for bringing it over and linking up at the Weekend Social. I hope to see you again next week!

HeiLin (Heidy McCallum) said...

This looks fantastic!!!

Ronda Eagle said...

Hi - coming by to let you know you were featured this week on the Kitchen Dreaming #TheWeekendSocial link party and blog back. Please come on by and link up again - we are open til midnight EST.

M.J. Vee said...

Thank you so very much!❤️