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Monday, April 18, 2016

Recipe: Banana Split Pie


This recipe was originally taken from a friend, long ago.  It's perfect for Mother's Day, and I will be making it to take to my Mother-in law's for the special event.  I make mine as sugar free as possible, due to health issues in the family.  It can be made the fat way, as well!

It can be made in single servings, like shown above, or in a long casserole dish, which is the way I make it.  You have choices galore!

Main Recipe:

1 large sugar free Cool Whip tub
3-4 bananas
1 large can crushed pineapple
1 sleeve of Graham Crackers
2 Pints of strawberries
2 large boxes of sugar free vanilla pudding, with 2% milk or Fat Free Milk
1 pint of blueberries

Follow directions on pudding box, but use one less cup than called for, so it is thicker.  Set aside.
Crush Graham Crackers in a bowl, transfer to casserole dish or individual cups, spreading the bottom to cover.  Use more crackers if necessary.

Slice bananas into discs, and place them on the Graham crackers, covering them.
Use half of the Cool Whip to cover the bananas.
Drain Pineapple in a colander, (do not use water!) Spread over Cool Whip.
Spread pudding on top of pineapple.
Cover pudding with bananas like before.
Spread the other half of the Cool Whip on top of bananas.
Cover top with halved strawberries.
Sprinkle with blueberries.

Chill for at least 3 hours.  Serving size depends on what you use to put it in.  It will need to be a deep dish pan or casserole dish.

Optional ingredients:  Nuts, Cherries, Chocolate Syrup upon serving.  I don't use these, due to personal preference.

Listen to Stewie from "Family Guy," may be unappetizing, but definitely funny!

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