Banana Split Lush

The good old fashioned banana split goes back decades. Likely you have had a banana split, but it is a more old fashioned dessert so maybe not! There are so many dessert choices these days, that it is entirely possible some have not had a banana split. Well, this dessert is ice-cream based. It is traditionally served in a long dish called a boat. Bananas are cut in half lengthwise and laid into the dish. There are in fact a lot of variations, but the usual banana split is made with scoops of strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate ice cream served in a row between the the split banana. It is garnished with whipped cream, nuts, and maraschino cherry. Sounds mouth-watering dosen't it?

Now let's move onto some information about the banana split pie. Heres a fact according to Wikipedia, the banana split pie was created by Janet Winquest, a 16-year-old resident of Holdrege, Nebraska. In 1952, she won a $3,000 prize in Pillsbury's Grand National Recipe and Baking Contest for the recipe.

This Banana Split lush recipe became a trending recipe, and we will thank Melissa, who is an avid cook, baker, writer and as well as a blogger for this featured recipe today.

Over the years, Melissa became an avid fan of cooking and has become a passion and creative outlet for her. She enjoys developing new dishes and re-inventing Southern favourites. Just like other cooking enthusiasts, she is fond of travelling too. She always finds ways to observe the different cuisines she tasted whenever she got a trip. Her blog evolves mainly as a result of her friends and family asking for the recipes and menu ideas that she formulated.

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