Perfect for a holiday brunch! This moist tender "Incredible Banana Split Cake" combines bananas, pineapple pieces, strawberries and Nestlé Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels together to make a simple but elegant cake. Michelle A. Sheppard of Nashua, NH developed this recipe.
A big hit and so beautiful!!!!
by S. Sally
, Tampa, FL on Oct. 2009
Even though I don't bake very often I decided to bake this cake for a big birthday party because it sounded so good and the picture was so beautiful. I baked the cake the day before and decorated it with the chocolate, nuts, strawberries and bananas a few hours before the party and put it back in the refrigerator until I served it. They ate the entire cake, it was so moist and everyone loved it! The cake looks just as beautiful as the picture, wow!!!!
by J. Jillian
, TAMPA, FL on Apr. 2009
I had made this for a work function and after all the chopping and mixing...the cake wouldn't bake. I had it in there for the correct time, but it still wouldn't bake. So I continued. Once the toothpicks came out clean. I cooled it and refrigerated it. When I cut the cake it was doughy and gross. Too much liquid and too many ingredients. I threw away the recipe and the cake...yuck!
Looked great, taste not so great.
by B. B.
, Missouri on Apr. 2009
This was an ok recipe but takes a lot to chop, measure and put together. More like a fruit bread than a cake consistancy. Flavor was just ok, make sure you refrigerate well before serving, the colder it was the better the flavor. Very disappointed especially after reading on the high reviews.
Banana Split Cake
by C. Carol
, Milwaukee, WI on Mar. 2009
Made this for a bake sale and sold by the slice.... it was a hit !!!!
Truly Incredible Banana Split Cake
by S. Shirelle
, on Mar. 2009
This is a very tasty cake and a great recipe. The recipe is very precise and such a fun cake to make. Will most def make this one again. Thanks so much for sharing!
by S. Sirena
, Londonderry, NH on Feb. 2009
I made this cake for a dinner party I was going to. I had my daughter help me make it. It was so good!
by L. Lisa
, Manteca, CA on Feb. 2009
Everyone loved this cake! Especially my 17yr old daughter! This has become her favorite dessert!
by J. Jane
, Webster, MA on Feb. 2009
I already had a banana split cake that was a favorite but needed to be refrigerated. Did not think this would be as good but, I was pleasantly surprised. Had all the ingredients except strawberries so I tried it without them. It was excellent! Family and friends loved it.
by C. Cathleen
, RIDGEWOOD, NY on Feb. 2009
This is was an easy and great recipe. I can't wait to make it again.
Incredible Banana Split Cake
by T. Thelma
, Jacksonville, IL on Feb. 2009
This was a delicious dessert. My family raved about it for a week.
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