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Banana Split Donut, Our Fantastic Retro Redo

Banana splits are a classic. Kids love them and adults remember them fondly. The original is basically 3 types of ice cream (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry), a banana split in half and placed along side of the ice cream, some chocolate, caramel and strawberry syrup finished with whipped cream on top.  Sounds good?

How about adding a donut and a modern twist to an old favorite.

Fantastic Retro Redo Banana Split Donut 

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Skill Level: Easy (great with kids)

Ingredients

  • 3 of your favorite ice cream flavors (we used vanilla, strawberry and salted caramel)
  • 1 donut (we used a chocolate glazed)
  • Hot fudge sauce
  • Caramel sauce
  • Banana slices
  • Whipped Cream
  • Fresh Strawberry

Directions:

  1. Slice the donut in half.
  2. Add 3 scoops of ice cream to bottom of donut.
  3. Add hot fudge and caramel sauce (or sauces of your choice). Add whipped cream.
  4. Top with slices of sliced banana. Add sliced strawberries if desired.
  5. Add the top of the donut and top with a fresh strawberry.

Like donuts and ice cream? Try our Ice Cream Sandwich redo.

Marla

My Creative Dish

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3 Responses to “Banana Split Donut, Our Fantastic Retro Redo”

  1. Steven Canfield says:

    Donut ice cream sandwiches are also awesome!

  2. Creative Dish says:

    Johnetta says
    Hey, you’re the goto expert. Thanks for haginng out here.

  3. Creative Dish says:

    Delia says
    That saves me. Thanks for being so snsebile!

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