Wednesday, September 17, 2008

*Recipe Week*, Day #3: Banana Split Cake from Texas

Working on Day #3 of Aunt Julie's *Recipe Week*. How do ya think it's going, so far? Please make sure to Keep Sharing the Comment Love! And if you try one of these gems, please let Aunt Julie and moi know what you think!

Moker worked in Fort Worth, Texas, for five years. The gal who ran the office, answered the phones, listened to the *sob* stories of the younger employees, negotiated blind dates, and knew Everyone who was Anyone, was named, coincidentally, "Texas." And boy, Texas was Cookin' With Gas!

Texas's specialty, which she whipped up and brought in for her officemates to share every once in awhile, was a luscious, larripin creation called Banana Split Cake. It's funny that she called it a cake, 'cause it has no flour in it whatsoever, and you don't bake it. But is sure is sweet. Nothing was too sweet for Texas. And Texas was a sweetie, sure 'nuff!

We dedicate this recipe today to all those in the Lone Star State who have suffered in the wake of Hurricane Ike. Try this incredible concoction on for size, and let us know how it fits!

Texas's Banana Split Cake

1.5 sticks melted butter
3 cups graham cracker crumbs
Combine crumbs and butter. Press into the bottom and sides of a 9x13 pan.

2 sticks margarine
2 cups confectioner's sugar
2 eggs
1 Tsp. vanilla
6 or 7 bananas
1 can crushed pineapple, drained
1 container Cool Whip
lemon juice
chopped nuts
Maraschino cherries
Place margarine, sugar, eggs and vanilla in a bowl. Beat two minutes, and spread this mixture on the crust. Slice bananas lengthwise, dip in lemon juice and arrange on top of filling. Spread pineapple on top and spread with container of Cool Whip. Sprinkle with nuts and cherries. Chill overnight.


AndBabyWillMake4 said...

Now that is my type of cooking...sweet can't be beat!!

Melissa B. said...

This looks delish! Do you deliver?

Rhonda said...

Oh. My. Stars! That looks incredible!!!!

Adiel said...

Oh wow, that looks super delicious. "stomach growls*

Dawn said...

That really looks SO good and you are right - no dieting with that around!!

Amy Kay said...

Just stopping by from BATW. I really like these recipes. I am going to have to try some of them. I have a pot luck this weekend, that dessert looks like it would be great to take. Thanks for the new recipes to try.
Amy in Georgia

Elena said...

Thanks for visiting Idaho today. I stopped in at your blog the other day but didn't have time to comment. Your meatballs recipe sounds yummy. And who wouldn't love banana split cake?! I LOVE recipes!

Does Anybody Hear Me said...

Just reading your recipe blog is making me fat again!! And I was doing so well on my new diet, too!!

Another yummy recipe from Aunt Julie. I am going to be the hit of the potlucks if I make all of Aunt Julie's cakes!

Z's Mom said...

Oh, this recipe rocks!!! I love anything banana. I would do this without the nuts, because I'm not a fan.....but this looks AWESOME!!!

Marrdy said...

That looks so good...we are all going to be fat by the end of the week!!

angie said...

Thanks for these wonderful recipes.

Tiffany said...

Wow, this recipe looks yummy! Found you at BATW! Can't wait to check all your recipes out.

Tara R. said...

Oh my... I think I gained five pounds from just reading the recipe. I will be trying out that one.

Kathy said...

Oh, this looks delicious. I'm going to have to give this a try.
Thanks for sharing!

Brandy said...

If I thought I could taste this I would like my screen.

~adding to my recipe list for future use~

Anonymous said...

We tried this for our family cookout this past weekend and it was a hit! We shouldve made more because it was the first thing gone. =)

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Tracy Caldwell said...

Seriously you leave the eggs raw? Is that right?

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