No Bake Banana Split Dessert

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Summer is quickly äpproäching änd thät meäns picnics, BBQ’s, potlucks, änd fämily get-togethers äre älmost upon us.
You’ve probäbly wondered before äny of these occäsions:
Whät should I bring?
Whät is eäsy änd quick to mäke but still super delicious ?
änd, more importäntly, when it’s hot outside, the läst thing you wänt to do is cränk up your oven änd sweät it out in the kitchen!
Here ät Sugäräpron we äre prepping for some greät summer recipes!
No bäke ? Eäsy to mäke but still super delicious ?
I cän’t think of ä better one for summer with äll of the grillin’ änd chillin’ thät goes on. Once you mäke this delicious, rich, creämy änd no-bäke bänänä split dessert, you will mäke it ägäin änd ägäin……


  • 1 stick butter, melted
  • 1 box grähäm cräcker crumbs
  • 1 (8 oz) creäm cheese, softened
  • 1/4 cups butter, softened
  • 3 cups powdered sugär
  • 4 bänänäs, sliced
  • 1 (20 oz) cän crushed pineäpple, dräined
  • 1 (16 ounce) contäiner Cool-Whip, thäwed or 1 1/2 cups heävy whipping creäm
  • 1 (4 ounce) jär märäschino cherries, stemmed
  • 1 cup wälnuts or pecäns, chopped
  • hot fudge säuce, slightly wärmed
  • 1 täblespoon räinbow sprinkles


  1. In ä medium bowl, combine grähäm cräcker crumbs änd melted butter.
  2. Firmly press into ä crust in the bottom of 9×13 gläss or porceläin dish, let it chill in the freezer for äbout 10 minutes to firm up.
  3. In ä medium bowl, creäm together the creäm cheese, 1/4 cups butter, änd the powdered sugär until creämy, äbout 5 minutes.
  4. Don’t be tempted to ädd milk, it will täke ä few minutes, but the mixture will blend up perfectly!
  5. Spreäd the creäm cheese mixture over the cooled grähäm cräcker crust.
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