White Trash/ Banana Split Pie

"This will make a big hit in or out of the trailer park! ;) And It's got fruit in it, so its good for ya, too! *EDIT*- Yeah, its not gonna be pretty once you get it out of the pan. Itll be a blob...but dont knock it until you taste it."
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Ready In:
1 pie




  • Mix sugar, egg, vanilla, and cream cheese with a mixer.
  • Pour half of the mixer into the bottom of the pan with the pre-made crust.
  • Cut bananas length-wise and cover the pan with a layer of the bananas.
  • Drain the pineapple's juices from the can a make another layer over the bananas.
  • Make another layer with the rest of the cream cheese mixture.
  • Cover up the pie with whipped topping.
  • Stick the cake in the fridge for an hour or so before serving.

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  1. I was going to give this 4 stars because the directions are a bit hard to understand. The "pie" doesn't really hold together well, but my husband loved this so much that he ate almost half the pie in one sitting! Just a few corrections, just to make the directions more clear. You do not use a 13x9 pan, you use a 9 inch grahm cracker crust. The pie will not come out in neat little pieces. You just need to scoop it out in a nice big blop on a plate. Other than that, the directions are pretty good. We loved this pie! Made for PAC Fall 2009.


hmm, where ta begin? Well, since high school, i've been a HUGE fan of Paula Deen. I wish she could adopt me! lol My mother and i used to cook thanksgiving and easter for the rest of our family every year and we so looked forward to it. But since ive moved out to attend college, neither of us have really had the time to plan for those holidays as much as we used to. I'm more into baking than actually cooking just because i seem to get more "wow"s when i make a pie rather than a pot roast. Im currently living in Stillwater,OK with my boyfriend and both of us are pretty busy- and poor- students, so im always looking for inexpensive, quick and easy (or crockpot-friendly) meals. <img src="http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j166/ZaarNicksMom/PACsticker-Adopted.jpg">
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