Banana Split Cake
Makes: 16 servings
Serving Size: 1 slice
6 ½ graham cracker sheets (two 1½-inch squares per sheet)
1 ounce sugar-free instant, vanilla pudding mix
2 cups fat-free milk
8 ounces light cream cheese
10 ounces canned crushed pineapple packed in juice, drained
4 medium bananas, sliced
8-ounce light whipped topping
3 tablespoons pecans, chopped
1. Cover the bottom of a 9x13-inch pan with graham cracker sheets.
2. In a medium bowl, prepare pudding with 2 cups fat-free milk according to package directions. Add cream cheese to pudding and whip together. Spread pudding mixture over graham crackers.
3. Spread the crushed pineapple over the pudding layer and top with bananas, then whipped topping. Sprinkle pecans on top.
Nutrition Information: 156 Calories, 6g Total Fat, 4g Saturated Fat, 11mg Cholesterol, 194mg Sodium, 21g Total Carbohydrate, 1g Dietary Fiber, 11g Sugars, 3g Protein
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