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Banana Split Pops


This king of pops is based on the classic flavors of a banana split, and they’re all here. I put the banana on the pop stick to create a hidden surprise.


1. Use paper cups as molds for these pops. Divide the strawberry topping among the paper cup molds. Stick the banana halves onto the pop sticks and place in the molds. Freeze for one hour.
2. Top with strawberry ice cream and the pineapple topping, packing the ice cream and topping around the bananas to hide them. Freeze for one hour.
3. Top with the vanilla ice cream and the chocolate fudge. Add the chocolate ice cream. Freeze for six hours.
4. Peel off and discard the paper cups. Top each pop with whipped cream, walnuts, and a cherry. Enjoy your banana split on a stick!


If you can’t find prepared fruit ice cream toppings in the store, it’s easy to make your own. Keep a batch on hand to top your ice cream with all year round.

Combine two cups chopped fruit (thaw if frozen) with 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup orange juice, and 1 tablespoon cornstarch.  Bring to a boil and cook until thickened.


Make your own ice cream sundae pops by layering your favorite ice cream flavors with your favorite toppings in paper cups. Insert a stick, freeze, and peel off the cups before serving.