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  • 1 banana
  • 3 scoops of ice cream (I used lemon)
  • 50 ml fresh
  • 50 g chocolate + 2 lg milk

Servings: 1

Preparation time: less than 15 minutes


Cut the banana lengthwise and place it on the plate. In the oval formed by the banana halves, place the ice cream balls and cover with whipped cream. Put the chocolate and milk in a bowl and put in for 1 min. Decorate with chocolate. melted.


In 1967, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera approached Sid and Marty Krofft to design costumes for a television show, featuring animated and live-action segments, hosted by a bubblegum rock group of anthropomorphic characters. The format of the show was loosely based on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and the characters appeared on one episode of that show. [4] The Banana Splits Adventure Hour premiered on NBC on September 7, 1968. [3] In his autobiography, Barbera said that the show was originally going to be called The Banana Bunch, but permission could not be obtained from the author of a children's book by that same title.

The Krofft brothers credit the series' success for making possible their own entry into television, H.R. Pufnstuf. NBC picked up the Krofft series, which was launched on August 30, 1969 during an hour-long special hosted by the Banana Splits. [3]

The show's live-action segment Danger Island, a serial cliffhanger, as well as the short-lived Micro Ventures, a part-live action, part-animated [5] series consisting of only four episodes, ran alongside the animated segments Arabian Knights and The Three Musketeers. [3] Actors Jan-Michael Vincent (billed as Michael Vincent) and Ronne Troup appeared in the live-action component Danger Island. All the live-action material filmed for the series' first season, including the Banana Splits and Danger Island segments, was directed by Richard Donner. [6]

Each show represented a meeting of the "Banana Splits Club", and the wraparounds featured the adventures of the club members, who acted as a musical quartet meant to be reminiscent of the Monkees.

The Splits' segments, including songs of the week and comedy skits, served as wraparounds for a number of individual segments.

For the first season, some of the live-action segments — specifically those used during the musical segments — were shot at Six Flags Over Texas, an amusement park located in Arlington, Texas. [3] For the second season, filming took place at the Coney Island amusement park in Cincinnati, Ohio. In many episodes, the Banana Splits were seen riding on the many rides at Six Flags and Coney Island.

The "Banana Buggies", mentioned in the theme song, were customized vehicles driven by each live-action character. The buggies were customized Amphicat six-wheel drive all-terrain vehicles, each decorated to resemble the character who drove it. Plastic 1/25 scale model kits were issued by Aurora Plastics Corporation, under catalog number 832, beginning in 1969. These were never reissued by Aurora, but they have since been released as high-end resin-based kits. [7]

The Banana Splits was one of the first two Hanna-Barbera series in 1968 in which Hanna and Barbera received executive producer credits, the other being The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Edward Rosen served as producer on both series. [ citation needed ] This Hanna-Barbera series was also one of the first Saturday morning cartoon shows to feature a laugh track. [8]

Main Edit

  • Fleegle - A greenish-brown dog wearing a large red bow tie, black buttons, brownish-orange chucks, and his tongue is always sticking out, giving him a lisp and similar to Tigger as to his laugh. He plays a guitar and sings. Fleegle acts in the main show include leading club meetings, collecting envelopes from an uncooperative mailbox, and doing news reports. Suit performed by Jeff Winkless (1968), Ginner Whitcombe (2008), and Terry Sauls (2019 film). Voiced by Paul Winchell (1968–1972), Bill Farmer (2008), and Eric Bauza (2019 film).
  • Bingo - A nasal-voiced orange ape wearing white glasses and a yellow vest, featuring a toothy grin. He plays drums and sings. His act is answering riddles asked by Fleegle. Suit performed by Terence H. Winkless (1968), Casey Hadfield (2008), and Buntu Plam (2019 film). Voiced by Daws Butler (1968–1972), Frank Welker (2008), and Eric Bauza (2019 film).
  • Drooper - A lion with a very long tail wearing yellowish-orange glasses, spats on his feet, and speaks with a Southern drawl in the style of Michael Nesmith. He plays a bass guitar and sings. His acts include trying to empty a trash bin that automatically spewed its contents and answering mails from fictional fans. Suit performed by Anne W. Withrow (1968), Adam Grubner (2008), and Kori Clarke (2019 film). Voiced by Allan Melvin (1968–1972), Carlos Alazraqui (2008), and Eric Bauza (2019 film).
  • Snorky - A mute furry elephant wearing pink glasses. He becomes a regular elephant in season 2, wearing a green vest with yellow stripes. He communicates through honking sounds akin to a clown horn and one of the other Splits would translate what he is saying. He plays a keyboard. His act in the show is using a vacuum. Suit performed by James Dove and Robert Towers (1968–2008) and Brandon Vraagom (2019 film).

Secondary Edit

  • Announcer - The unseen announcer is the one who introduces the Banana Splits and certain acts. Voiced by Allan Melvin (1968–1972) and Eric Bauza (2019 film).
  • The Banana Vac - A blue moose-like head with brown hair and light bulbs on his head. He hangs over the entrance of the clubhouse making different comments and often helps the Banana Splits introduce segments. Voiced by Allan Melvin.
    - A clock with a blue and yellow bird head inside that gives snarky remarks to the "What time is it" question. He also helps the Banana Splits introduce segments. Voiced by Paul Winchell.
  • Goofy Gopher - A gopher who lives in their flower pot. Voiced by Paul Winchell.
  • The Sour Grapes Bunch - A group of silent human girl characters who are all named Charley (portrayed by Sheri Freeman). They take turns bringing written notes to the Banana Splits. The Sour Grapes Bunch danced one song with the title characters. In the first season on October 5, 1968, a song debuted entitled "Doin 'the Banana Split" has all five girls appeared together with the hosts.
  • The Dilly Sisters - Two human girls who play acoustic classical guitars and sing two songs: "The Mexican Hat Dance" and "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay".

The show had four segments:

  • Arabian Knights - Prince Turhan (voiced by Jay North), his cousin Princess Nida (voiced by Shari Lewis), and their allies Fariik the Magician (voiced by John Stephenson), Raseem the Strong (voiced by Frank Gerstle), his donkey Zazuum (voiced by Don Messick), and shapeshifter Bez (voiced by Henry Corden) work to free Persia from the evil Bakaar the Black Sultan (voiced by John Stephenson) and his enforcer Vangore (voiced by Paul Frees).
  • The Three Musketeers - Based on the novel of the same name. Athos (voiced by Jonathan Harris), Porthos (voiced by Barney Phillips), Aramis (voiced by Don Messick), and D'Artagnian (voiced by Bruce Watson) partake in new adventures fighting the enemies of the crowned heads of France King Louis XIV (voiced by Don Messick) and Queen Anne (voiced by Julie Bennett). They are sometimes assisted by a queen's handmaid named Lady Constance Bonacieux (voiced by Julie Bennett) and her young nephew Tooly (voiced by Teddy Eccles).
  • Danger Island - The show's only live-action segment. This adventure serial depicts archaeologist Professor Irwin Hayden (portrayed by Frank Aletter), his assistant Lincoln "Link" Simmons (portrayed by Jan Michael Vincent), and his daughter Leslie (portrayed by Ronne Troup) having adventures on an unnamed island chain with a shipwrecked merchant mariner named Elihu Morgan (portrayed by Rockne Tarkington) and his sidekick Chongo (portrayed by Kim Kahana) as they avoid a group of bumbling yet heavily-armed modern day pirates led by Captain Mu-Tan (portrayed by Victor Eberg).
  • Micro Ventures - A four-episode segment where Professor Carter (voiced by Don Messick) and his children Jill (voiced by Patsy Garrett) and Mike (voiced by Tommy Cook) use a shrinking machine to shrink themselves and their dune buggy to miniature size to explore and experience the world from the perspective of an insect.

In the second season, The Three Musketeers segments were replaced with reruns of The Hillbilly Bears, a cartoon segment that previously appeared on The Atom Ant Show (1965–1968). In reruns, episodes of The Atom Ant / Secret Squirrel Show, The Adventures of Gulliver, and The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn were aired on the show.

The Banana Splits was syndicated in 1971 to local stations under the title of The Banana Splits and Friends Show, but with several other series included in a package deal. All the Banana Splits episodes were syndicated in this package alongside The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Atom Ant Show, The Secret Squirrel Show, and The Adventures of Gulliver.

The show's theme song, titled "The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)", was credited as being written by Ritchie Adams and Mark Barkan, but that was merely contractual. In fact it was written by N. B. Winkless Jr. on the upright piano in his living room — a piano that also spawned the "Snap, Crackle, Pop" jingle, among others. Adams and Barkan were music directors for the show. The song was released as a single, attributed to the Banana Splits, and peaked at number 96 on Billboard 's Top 100 in February 1969. [9] The version included on the We're The Banana Splits album is the same recording heard at the beginning of the show, while the single version is an entirely different arrangement and recording of the song, featuring an additional verse.

The Banana Splits 'bubblegum pop rock and roll was provided by studio professionals, including Joey Levine ("I Enjoy Being a Boy", "It's a Good Day for a Parade") Al Kooper ("You're the Lovin' End") Barry White ("Doin 'the Banana Split") Gene Pitney ("Two Ton Tessie") and Jimmy Radcliffe, who provided his songs ("I'm Gonna Find a Cave", "Soul", "Don't Go Away Go -Go Girl "," Adam Had 'Em "and" The Show Must Go On ") but did not contribute vocals to Splits recordings.

The music director was music publisher Aaron Schroeder, while production duties were mainly handled by David Mook. When a heavier R & ampB vocal was needed, the music producers usually turned to singer Ricky Lancelotti, who was billed in the show credits under his stage name Rick Lancelot. Lancelotti went on to record several songs with Frank Zappa. [10] In 1968, The Banana Splits released an album on Decca Records titled We're the Banana Splits.

On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed The Banana Splits among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire. [11]

An unusual claim [12] is that the song may have inspired Bob Marley, with the striking similarity between the song's chorus and the bridge of the Bob Marley and the Wailers song "Buffalo Soldier". A story by BBC in 2010 examines the claim. [13]

Covers Edit

US punk rock act the Dickies covered the theme song in 1978, entitled "Banana Splits (Tra La La Song)". Their recording reached Number 7 in the UK charts [14] and appears as a bonus on the CD reissue of their 1979 album The Incredible Shrinking Dickies.

The Banana Splits' adventures continued in comic books. Gold Key began publishing a comic version in 1969, releasing eight issues through 1971. [15] Drawn by Jack Manning, these stories followed the musicians either trying to find work or on the road between gigs.

The Banana Splits had a crossover with the Suicide Squad in Suicide Squad / Banana Splits # 1 on March 29, 2017. [16] [17] [18]

Made-for-television film Edit

Hanna-Barbera produced The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park, a televised feature film, for ABC in 1972 that has the group rescuing a girl from an evil witch.

Educational films Edit

  • Hanna-Barbera Educational Filmstrips
    • The Banana Splits: Healthy and Happy (1978) [19]
    • The Banana Splits: We Have Five Senses (1978) [20]
    • The Banana Splits: Safety First (1978) [21]
    • The Banana Splits: It's a Sense-sational World (1979) [22]
    • The Banana Splits: Meet the Microbes (1980) [23]
    • Learning About Holidays with The Banana Splits (1982) [24]

    2008 revival Edit

    In August 2008, Warner Bros. Consumer Products announced a multi-platform release featuring new comedy shorts and music videos this debuted on Cartoon Network starting on September 2, 2008. Bill Farmer voiced Fleegle, Frank Welker voiced Bingo, and Carlos Alazraqui voiced Drooper. [25] [26] The relaunch included a live show and a website, [27] as well as a CD and a DVD featuring 13 new songs, released by Universal Records. [26] In addition, a child-themed area named Banana Splitsville was placed at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's Hard Rock Park rock-and-roll theme park, which later became Freestyle Music Park before closing permanently in 2009. [28]

    2019 comedy horror film adaptation Edit

    On February 19, 2019, Warner Bros. Television Group's Blue Ribbon Content division announced that it was collaborating with Blue Ice Pictures on producing a film adaptation of The Banana Splits television series collectively named The Banana Splits Movie, which would serve as an R-rated parody of slasher films. Danishka Esterhazy was hired to direct the film, based on a script written by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas. [29] On June 13, 2019, Syfy Wire released the official trailer for the film. [30] [31]

    The plot follows a family attending a taping of The Banana Splits television series, in which the titular characters are animatronics with artificial intelligence instead of humans in costumes. However, the family and everyone else present are soon trying to survive when Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky go haywire upon learning of the cancellation of their show. In their rage, their programming malfunctions, starting a killing spree around the studio by targeting the crew members and the adults. The film premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 18, 2019, and was released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment via Blu-ray and DVD on August 27, 2019. Eric Bauza lent his voice to Fleegle, Bingo, and Drooper as well as the show's announcer.

    On September 21, 2009, Warner Home Video released the complete first season on DVD in Region 2. [32] The six-disc set consists of 36 edited half-hour episodes of The Banana Splits and Friends Show as aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang. The series was also released on VHS.

    Easy Banana Split Pudding No-Bake Dessert

    Mix graham cracker crumbs and melted butter in a bowl. Press the mixture into a deep 9x13 casserole dish. Set aside.

    In a medium-sized bowl, whisk together the milk with pudding and set aside.

    In a large bowl, add the cream cheese and condensed milk, and use a hand mixer for a minute until smooth. Add in the pudding and mix for 30 seconds until smooth. Fold in 8 oz. of whipped topping.

    Slice bananas, strawberries, and pineapple into bite-sized pieces.

    To the graham cracker crust, add half of the fruit and lay it out evenly.

    Add the pudding mixture, and smooth it out. Then add the remaining sliced ​​fruit in a layer.

    Spread 8 oz. of whipped topping over the top using a knife, and sprinkle nuts over the top. Drain the juice from maraschino cherries, and add to the top of the dessert. Also, top with chocolate fudge if desired.

    Refrigerate for a few hours to firm up, then serve. Store leftovers in the refrigerator.

    Love a good banana split with a cherry on top?

    If so, make this no-bake banana split pudding dessert, with all the delicious flavors of a YUMMY banana split! It & rsquos such a perfect and easy treat to share with friends and family at your next cookout or gathering.

    I love the idea of ​​preparing this a little bit ahead of time and then just having it in the fridge when ready to serve.

    And let me tell ya, this banana split dessert is insanely YUM!

    My family completely flipped over it. In fact, it & rsquos similar to the yummy Paula Dean Banana Pudding recipe we posted in the past, except with a graham cracker crust, strawberries, pineapple, and banana split toppings.

    I had a guest bring a similar dessert like this to a pool party at our home last summer, and have been thinking of how to create my own version.

    Reinterpreted split banana cake

    Learn how to make a unique cake, after a reinterpreted classic dessert: split banana with fluffy top.

    Mix the digestive biscuits with the melted butter in a small bowl. Set aside ½ of the two before you start, then press the rest into a round-bottomed bowl, or your favorite cake tray.

    Place the banana slices in a single layer over the dough crust. Spread the softened ice cream over the fruit slices.

    Sprinkle the walnuts over the ice cream as evenly as possible, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for an hour.

    Melt the chocolate flakes and the rest of the butter in a large bowl. Add sugar and whipped cream. Bring to a slow boil and stir. Boil the mixture for about 8 minutes, until it drops.

    Take the pot off the heat and add the vanilla. Leave to cool for about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Pour the thick mixture over the fruit and ice cream top and leave in the freezer for another 45 minutes.

    Spread the cream over the chocolate layer and sprinkle the rest of the biscuits crushed on top. Freeze for another 3-4 hours.

    Recipe Summary

    • 1 (16 ounce) package vanilla wafers, crushed
    • 1 cup margarine, melted
    • 1 (20 ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained
    • 6 bananas
    • 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese
    • 2 cups confectioners' sugar
    • 1 (12 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
    • ¼ cup chopped walnuts
    • 8 maraschino cherries

    Combine the crushed vanilla wafers and melted margarine. Pat into the bottom of one 9x13 inch pan.

    Beat the cream cheese and confectioners' sugar together until light and fluffy. Spread over the top of the vanilla wafer crust. Spoon crushed pineapple over the cream cheese layer. Then layer sliced ​​bananas over the pineapple. Cover with the non-dairy whipped topping and sprinkle top with chopped walnuts and maraschino cherries.

    Ingredients For The No-Bake Banana Split Cake Recipe:

    Bottom Crust:

    • 2 & amp 1/2 cups of graham cracker crumbs
    • 3/4 cups of unsalted butter (melted)
    • Non-stick cooking spray

    Cream Cheese Layer:

    • 8-ounces of cream cheese (softened)
    • 1/4 cup of butter (softened)
    • 3 cups of powdered sugar

    Middle Layer:

    • 3 to 4 bananas (sliced)
    • 21-ounce can of pineapple (strained)
    • 12-ounces of Cool Whip (thawed) or Heavy whipping cream with powdered sugar
    • 4-ounces of Maraschino cherries (drained and patted dry, cut in halves)
    • Chocolate syrup or hot fudge sauce
    • 1/2 cup of chopped pecans
    • Sprinkles (optional)

    No-Bake Banana Split Cake

    See, following my firm belief that everything's better with chocolate, I decided to try a piece of this Banana Split Cake with a big old drizzling of chocolate sauce on top.

    Makes sense, right? I mean when you order a banana split sundae, it comes with heaps of delicious chocolate sauce running in melting rivers down the sides of the sundae.

    I thought it would make perfect sense then that chocolate sauce would be a deliciously-appropriate topping for No-Bake Banana Split Cake, too. But I was mistaken.

    cream cheese, softened butter, and confectioners' sugar whipped all together until fluffy and light.

    When I added chocolate sauce, all it served to do was overpower the wonderful banana and pineapple flavors of this dessert.

    It was like getting a big smack of chocolate in the mouth. and missing out on all the other banana split flavors going on.

    And so, I decided that this is one place where chocolate should stay away. Which is a tough thing for a choco-holic like me to come to terms with.

    But with it's creamy layers of cream cheese filling, crushed pineapple and bananas, and cherry-adorned whipped cream, I think I can figure out a way to bravely move on without my beloved chocolate.

    cream cheese, softened butter, and confectioners' sugar whipped all together until fluffy and light.

    Another time, I may just try a different form of chocolate. perhaps some mini chocolate chips sprinkled in the filling or on top, I'm thinking. Because I still feel that somehow chocolate's got to work in a banana split dessert.

    But until I figure out the chocolate thing, believe me. this No-Bake Banana Split Cake is one deliciously creamy non-chocolate dessert even this choco-holic can love!

    1. Heat the butter in a large skillet over medium heat.
    2. Slice the bananas in half crosswise, then lengthwise.
    3. Place the banana quarters in the hot pan with the brown sugar and cook on one side until deeply caramelized, about 2 minutes.
    4. Turn the bananas over and cook for another 30 seconds.
    5. Remove from the heat and add the rum. Be careful — even when the pan is removed from the heat, the alcohol can still ignite.
    6. Place 2 banana quarters and any accumulated liquid in each of 4 bowls. Top with the ice cream, nuts, chocolate, and whipped topping.

    Eat This Tip

    The point of adding booze to a recipe is not to give you a buzz it's to add rich, complex notes to your food. Dark rum and bourbon, redolent of vanilla and caramel, pair perfectly with sweet foods red wine and beer add nuance to savory stews and braises. In both cases, the heat burns off most of the alcohol itself, leaving just the concentrated flavors behind. When cooking with high-proof alcohol, take a few precautionary steps: Always add liquor to pans off the heat, and always keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen.

    This recipe (and hundreds more!) Came from one of our Cook This, Not That! books. For more easy cooking ideas, you can also buy the book!

    How to make the world famous Banana Split

    Try this world famous Banana Split Recipe such a decadent sweet goodness that is made up of three combinations of ice cream, which is chocolate, vanilla and strawberry and usually served in a long dish also known as boat dish.

    Ripe green bananas are used in this recipe which is cut in half lengthwise placed beside the three ice cream flavors and then topped with whipped cream and chocolate syrup. You may also add some cherry, nuts and wafer sticks. To keep the banana slices from turning brown, brush it with a little lemon juice.

    There are advantages and disadvantages of eating ice-cream. Ice cream is rich in calcium, phosphorus and carbohydrate and a good source of energy too. Though, it is known as a & ldquohigh-fat & rdquo food which may cause some problems for some people with high cholesterol level, so to lower the risk you may opt for low-fat or low-sugar ice cream.

    Now here & rsquos how to prepare the Banana Split Recipe it & rsquos very easy and affordable dessert that the whole family will surely enjoy.

    Try also… Snickers Cake

    Absolutely delicious recipe, better than chocolate bars - For this recipe, you need the following ingredients:

    Countertop ingredients:

    • 9 egg whites
    • 300 g sugar
    • 300 g walnut kernels
    • 5 tablespoons flour
    • 1 sachet of baking powder
    • 200 g white chocolate
    • 5 tablespoons oil

    Ingredients for caramel cream:

    • 7 tablespoons sugar
    • 300 g butter
    • 9 yolks
    • 8 tablespoons sugar
    • 300 g walnut kernels

    Method of preparation:

    1. Using a mixer, beat the egg whites. Add sugar, flour, baking powder, walnut kernels and mix well until smooth. Pour the dough on a tray covered with baking paper. Bake at a temperature of 180 degrees, until nicely browned.

    2. After it is baked, cover the top with melted chocolate and put it in the fridge for a few hours.

    3. For the caramel cream, melt 7 tablespoons of sugar, add the butter, walnut kernels and put the composition on the fire.

    4. Add the beaten egg yolks and mix until you get a fine and homogeneous cream. Wallpaper the cake with the caramel obtained.

    5. For the icing, melt the chocolate on a steam bath, add the milk and butter. Mix well, then decorate the cake with the icing obtained.

    Banana split & ndash Light evening snack

    It's past 7pm and the little ones will want something sweet? Hmm, it's like eating something good and easy too! Let's give you a tip: try the Banana split recipe with Făgăraș cheese from Napolact.

    The recipe is simple, but delicious

    Did you feel like it? Well, what are you waiting for, in 2 minutes you can enjoy it too!


    You need a banana. Or two, three, four - it depends on how much you want to taste this goodness!

    Over the banana cut in half, put a few teaspoons of Făgăraș cheese from Napolact, made from two glasses of milk and a tablespoon of cream.

    What do you put on

    To complete the snack, add over the cheese:

    • A few nuts
    • A few almonds or almond flakes
    • A drop of jam (or honey)

    Good appetite and easy sleep!

    If you want to see more easy recipes, only good to prepare and enjoy in the evening, before bed, go to the page "Easy for easy sleep".

    What do you eat lightly in the evening?

    Do you have any easy recipe ideas for the evening? Write to us in the comments or publish a new article. And if you liked our recipe, send it to your friends, sharing!

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    I will definitely try it

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    a quick, delicious and healthy snack.

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    safe and natural goodies

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    how good is it I also made the recipe,

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    Worth a try, the recipe is simple with ingredients you can find everywhere!

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    Super recipe and very easy and quick to prepare for children. I tried the recipe with honey on top!

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    A great idea for a quick snack!

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    a snack to enjoy in peace ..

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