No Bake Banana Split Cheesecake Made With Real Whip Cream
Here is your chance to add sweetened whip cream to a banana split ice cream cake. The memories of your first banana split come spilling back when looking at the title of this and other banana split cheesecake recipes you might have. This recipe from Katerina calls for you to make your own sweetened whip cream. Banana split ice cream cake is great for any day and not only for those hot and long days of summer. This one of many banana split cheesecake recipes are great any time and the beauty lies in the fact that you don’t’ need to have the oven operating and that keeps the heat in the kitchen to a minimum. This is nice especially on those humid days when any added heat is unwelcome. When considering taking on this recipe remember that this fruity treat adorned with bananas, pineapples and any other delicious fruit you can add will have your loved ones and little ones chomping at the bit to get their spoons into it.
Those lovely yellow treats have been part of our menu since at least 7000 years ago and it is possible even longer than that. They were first cultivated in Papua New Guinea and south East Asia in the 15th and 16th centuries. Colonists started banana plantations in the Atlantic Islands, Brazil, and western Africa. North Americans started consuming bananas in the 1880s and they became more widespread and made there way around the United States and Canada and have been included in dessert and entrée recipes all over the world. Jules Verne, the science fiction author, introduced bananas to his readers in his 1872 novel around the world in eighty days and with the success of that book many people who never heard of them became aware of them and they are now an everyday staple in most homes. They are very high in potassium and are included in many studies from heart disease to many other ailments. The beauty in the banana is in their wonderful taste and the wide varieties of cooking methods that they can be incorporated into. Their fame was reestablished in the world when one of the most recognized entertainers in the 20th century admitted to a love of fried bananas and peanut butter sandwiches. Yes the King, Elvis Presley, was a huge fan of bananas and that fact alone probably helped to make them even
This recipe from Katerina not only includes bananas but also includes another steadfast dessert classic. Cream cheese has been a welcomed addition to many decadent desserts and Katerina uses a French cream cheese in this recipe. In just 40 minutes you can have the cheesecake prepped and made and then it needs at least 8 hours of refrigeration to get all the ingredients to blend together and make them consistent enough to hold together for you to enjoy.Thanks to Katerina of Diet Hood Blog for her yummy No Bake Banana Split Cheesecake Made With Real Whip Cream recipe. Bon Apetit. **
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