Elvis’ pudding cake combines the late musician’s love of peanut butter and bananas. And this recipe, made in your slow cooker, also adds a little chocolate drizzle to pull it all together. Serve it with vanilla ice cream to truly swoon!
When the kids won’t eat the bananas, pop them on popsicle sticks and cover them with peanut butter and dark chocolate chips. They’ll have a tasty treat that’s on the healthy side, and no one will be the wiser.
When you need something sweet yet refreshing, turn your bananas into a creamy banana berry smoothie. Made with vanilla yogurt and frozen mixed berries, it’s the perfect way to satisfy a sweet tooth while staying healthy.
Homemade banana bread fills your home with a cozy aroma and your belly full of good things. The pecans and orange sugar glaze on top give it that extra yumminess that will have you hailed as the belle of the kitchen.
For a healthy way to have breakfast for dessert, these banana blender pancakes are a must. And they take hardly any time at all to make. The recipe is gluten-free, too, letting everyone get the chance to enjoy a treat.
This no-bake recipe for banana split icebox cake is a classic that reminds me of my grandma. It has instant vanilla pudding, crushed graham crackers, bananas, and Cool Whip, a winning combination for a refreshing summer dessert.
Just three simple ingredients, and you’ll be baking banana oatmeal cookies. It’s the kind of dessert or snack you can feel good about giving the family to help them eat healthier without sacrificing taste.
Fudge ice cream, vanilla ice cream, and creamy peanut butter are brilliant with some grilled bananas. A simple sundae to make that rewards you with big flavors, this is a wonderful treat to make when you’ve got the grill fired up.
Made with Nutter Butters, bananas, and a few simple ingredients, you can prep this ahead and then slice it to reveal beautiful layers. It’s a dessert that will never fail to make that proper impression.
Instead of serving banana splits to everyone at your pool party, serve up some banana split bars. These are all the fun without the spoon, giving you big banana flavors along with crushed pineapple, chocolate chips, and maraschino cherries.
Throw some burgers and hot dogs on the grill while everyone’s in the pool. Then trot this frozen banana split pie out to your whole family. It’s a no-bake pie that is sure to please and easier to slice up than scooping out individual servings.
For a fancier gathering, give everyone their own servings at dessert. These mini chocolate cakes are easier than they look, and with caramelized bananas to pull them together, everyone will think you picked these up from one of the best restaurants in town.
Layers of yellow cake, banana pudding, and bananas give this cake an incredible custard texture. It’s a great one to make for a potluck though you’d better make sure you get a taste before there’s nothing left in your pan!
Let’s not forget the ultimate banana dessert, a true American classic. The banana split features three scoops of ice cream, bananas, whipped cream, hot fudge, caramel sauce, and strawberry sauce. And boy, is it a bowl of heaven you can eat up with a spoon!
These banana recipes offer a delicious combination of flavors, textures, and nutritional benefits.
Whether you’re a beginner in the kitchen or you have been baking for a long time, these recipes are easy to make and can be whipped up in no time.