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Blueberry Banana Cake
Although this is called a "cake", it's so much more than that! Don't relegate this easy dessert to an after-dinner treat. You could also serve this Blueberry-Banana Cake for breakfast, brunch or even afternoon tea.
Recipe: Scrumptious Blueberry-Banana Cake
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Easy Banana Foster
Bananas Foster has become an American classic! This famous dessert originated at Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans. It seems like a fancy dessert, but it's actually fairly simple to make. Try it once and you'll want to add it to your regular dessert rotation!
Recipe: Easy Bananas FosterContinue to 5 of 8 below.
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Classic Banana Split
Is there anything better than a banana split? It's a simple dessert, but somehow the combination of fresh bananas, ice cream, and all the sundae fixin's just combines to make something magical! Use your favorite ice cream flavors and toppings to truly customize this classic dessert.
Recipe: Classic Banana Split
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Double Banana Upside Down Cake
Oh baby! There are bananas in the cake and bananas on the top (aka bottom) of the cake. Completing the tropical theme, there's also a hefty dose of rum in this cake!
Recipe: Double Upside Down Cake
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Big Easy Bananas Foster and Beignet Fries
This is the epitome of New Orleans desserts, all on one plate! It's a combination of two of the Big Easy's sweet treats: Bananas Foster and Beignets (Lousiana-style doughnuts). One bite will bring a taste of the south to your mouth!
Recipe: Big Easy Bananas Foster and Beignet Fries
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