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Banana Split in a Jar is an Adorable Dessert

Banana Split in a Jar is an adorable way to serve up a favorite dessert or even take it on the go.  Low Cost Recipes give you a great dessert for little cash.  While a banana split is usually made with ice cream, these are made with pudding, making them last a little longer, be a little neater, and making them completely portable. And what makes them so amazing? Well besides the ingredients, which are fresh and delicious, there’s the jar! You can use any jar you have, whether it be from a long gone condiment or canning jar. I have a lot of canning jars in my house so canning jars were a perfect fit for me. They have a tight fitting lid, so you can pop the dessert in lunch box and take it with you to work, giving you a sweet ending to the perfect lunch break. Another bonus is portion control. You can use a smaller size jar and know when you get to the end, you have had a perfect little dessert without too many calories!

Fresh Ingredients for Banana Split in a Jar

I start my Banana Split in a Jar with fresh pudding, usually the instant kind. Fast and easy to make, it’s perfect for Banana Split in a Jar. Sliced bananas, strawberries, and a bit of chocolate sauce fill up the rest of the room in my jars. While pineapple is a common topping on a banana split, the juiciness makes it not suitable for this dish. But, if you could find pineapple preserves, that would be perfect. If you are serving these adorable desserts at home, you can top your Banana Split in a Jar with fresh whipped cream and a cherry. I found the whipped cream goes flat though if you’re taking it to work. Anyway you make these, they’re a delicious little dessert an adorable little jar.

 

Low Cost Recipes: Banana Split in a Jar

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Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • 8 strawberries
  • chocolate sauce
  • 1 4 servings box instant pudding
  • 2 cups cold milk
  • 2 (8 oz) jars
  • Banana Split in a Jar Ingredients Low Cost Recipes: Banana Split in a Jar

Instructions

  1. Slice the bananas and strawberries and set aside.
  2. Mix the pudding according to package directions and let set until firm.
  3. To assemble the jars, place a layer of the banana slices on the bottom. Top with pudding, strawberries, more pudding, and bananas. Drizzle with chocolate.
  4. Cover with lids and refrigerate until ready to serve.
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Banana Split in a Jar for Kids

If you like the idea of serving this delicious dessert for birthday parties or other kids function, jars are the perfect way to go. Banana Split in a Jar will make be premade so there won’t be any mess left from a sundae bar. The kids will love the Banana Split in a Jar and your clean up crew will love you.

 

1 banana

8 strawberries

chocolate sauce

1 4 servings box instant pudding

2 cups cold milk

2 (8 oz) jars

 

Slice the bananas and strawberries and set aside.

Mix the pudding according to package directions and let set until firm.

To assemble the jars, place a layer of the banana slices on the bottom. Top with pudding, strawberries, more pudding, and bananas.

Cover with lids and refrigerate until ready to serve.

 

Next time you’re looking for a little dessert with a big flavor, break out the jars and make Banana Split in a Jar.

 

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