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This Layered Banana Split is a great, low-hassle, family-friendly dessert that also would be well received at a potluck (or even a tailgate, if you have a way of keeping it relatively chilled). You’ll love the stacks of sweet, creamy flavor, and you can keep it simple or “fancy it up” as much as you like!
I love making an elaborate dessert, now and then, but sometimes, it is those simple ones that keep me coming back for more. This layered banana split doesn’t even require any baking, and yet it has piles of sweet flavor that will win over people of all ages. I’ve served this a couple of times at family gatherings and it has been a huge success among the young and the old. Make sure you’ll get a portion of your own, before it’s gone!
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Quick tip: Make a double batch – you won’t regret it!