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Recipes: Banana Split Cake / Personal Pizzas

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Gayl
Julian, WV

March 29, 2001
5:30 AM

Post #2963

I have to agree with Woodspirit1. I love the dump cake too altho I add the coconut and pineapples to mine when I make it. It is, as he said, very easy to make and taste so good :-)
Here is another easy one to make and is just about as good as the dump cake.

Step 1

2 cups graham cacker crumbs
1 stick of oleo

Melt oleo and mix with crumbs. Press into a 9x13 pan

Step 2

2 sticks oleo -- soft
2 cups confectioners sugar
2 eggs

Mix together on high speed 5 to 8 minutes or until fluffy. Spread over crust.

Step 3

4 or 5 bananas
1 can crushed pineapples, drained
1 large carton cool whip
nuts ( whatever kind you like )
Maraschino cherries (optional)

Slice bananas over the mixture above. Fold together cool whip with pineapples. Spread over bananas and top with nuts and cherries.
Chill and eat :-)

Also here is one if you have young children. When my boys were young we would fix them together. Altho they are young men now and not at home they still like to fix them.
They are personal pizzas that are pretty simple to make.

2 pkg. ( 10 biscuits ) refrigerated biscuits
1 (8 oz.) can pizza sauce
1 ( 4 oz ) package shredded mozzarella cheese ( 1 cup )

Toppings can be whatever you wish for them to be. Since they are personal pizzas each can put on theirs whatever it is they like.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Grease ( I spray it with pam or any cooking spray will do ) two baking sheets. Sprinkle cutting board with some flour. ( we always had a mess with the flour but it was a nice mess ) Pull biscuits apart. Put 1 biscuit on the floured board. Use a rolling pin ( a smooth drinking glass will do also ) to roll out the biscuit until it is a circle 4 inches across. Put on baking sheet. Repeat with rest of the biscuits. Add more flour to the board if biscuits start to stick. Spoon about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the pizza sauce onto each biscuit. Spread evenly over the biscuits. Let each one put what topping they want on theirs and sprinkle with cheese. Bake until crust is brown. This will take around 10 to 15 minutes. When done everyone has their own personal pizzas.

hartzell81

hartzell81
Mount Pleasant, PA
(Zone 6a)

August 14, 2012
9:18 AM

Post #9241219

I'm going to have to try those pizzas with my girls! We usually use sliced italian bread from the bakery to do personal pizzas.

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