NO-BAKE BANANA SPLIT DESSERT

During the summer, I’m a huge lover of no-bake sweets, and this banana-infused treat is at the top of my favorite desserts list. Favorite ice cream may be transformed into an impressive dessert for a large group of people with this recipe.

A wonderful banana dessert created with a layer of graham biscuits, cream cheese filling, fresh banana, strawberries, and whipped cream that we make from scratch every time we bake. Cool down with this no-bake dessert that is quick and simple to make this summer!

No-Bake Banana Split Cake features all of the delicious tastes you’d expect from a scrumptiously melty banana split sundae, but it’s in the form of a no-bake dessert that’s quick and simple to make. Complete with maraschino cherries on top, of course, because a banana split wouldn’t be complete without a cherry on top, would it?!
Using a creative twist on an old-fashioned banana split, this dessert is sure to please. Every flavor is present, however, it is presented as a “cake” rather than the traditional ice cream. You may serve it as a pleasant summer dessert for a large group of people and it is a wonderful meal to grill.
Layers of graham cracker crust, pineapple cream cheese filling, bananas, and handmade whipped cream make up this delicious dessert. Then add the customary garnishes, such as chocolate syrup, chopped almonds, and cherry maraschino cherries, to finish it off. Talk about a flavor-filled celebration in your tongue!

THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS EASY NO-BAKE DESSERT:

– Four large bananas, I chopped them.

– A « Graham cracker » box.

– A meted stick.Of Butter.

– Soft butter, I used a large spoon.

– Soft cream cheese, approximately 120 grams.

– Powdered sugar, I used 350 grams.

– A cup and half.Of Heavy whipping cream.

– Crushed pineapple, you’ll need a large can.

– 120 grams.Of Chopped Walnuts or pecans.

– A large spoon.Of rainbow sprinkles.

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