Banana Split Ice Cream Sundae Cake

Banana Split Cake

Banana Split Ice Cream Sundae Cake

Okay in our house we love ice cream… So this past weekend we wanted something a little different to take to a friends house for a little cookout!  Most of the time when we all get together we sit an talk about ice cream and banana splits or just ice cream with everything piled high and wish we had some!  So this evening we decided we needed to make sure that we had ice cream.  You can adjust this to fit your taste and don’t hold back the sky is the limit with ice cream!!!!!!

Things we gathered:

  • Large tin tray (Pan)
  • One gallon of ice cream (We just did vanilla but you can use any flavor)
  • 24 pack of ice cream sandwiches
  • Can of crushed pineapple
  • Bananas
  • Assorted Sundae Syrups: Chocolate, Strawberry, and Caramel
  • Cool Whip
  • Cherries
  • Sprinkles, Nuts – You can use any topping you like!!!!!

Now here is how we did it:

Step 1 – We let the One gallon of ice cream get soft – then made a layer of ice cream in the bottom of the pan.

Step 2 – We made a layer of ice cream sandwiches

Step 3 – We did a layer of sliced bananas

Step 4 – We put drizzled all the different syrups on top of the bananas and sandwiches

Step 5 – Another layer of ice cream

Step 6 – Another layer of ice cream sandwiches

Step 7 – Layer of crushed pineapple

Step 8 – Final layer of ice cream

Step 9  – Put back into the freezer for a couple of hours

Step 10 – Take out of the Freezer Cut like a cake (in squares) Serve and top with Cool Whip and toppings!  Don’t forget the cherry on top!

It was a little messy but fun to make!  This topped off a perfect evening with friends and family!!!!

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