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Mocha Java Banana Splits

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Ingredients (5)

  • 6 bananas ( at "ready to eat" ripeness)
  • 1 quart Starbucks Mocha Java Ice Cream
  • 1 jar of your favorite fudge topping
  • Canned whipping cream
  • 1/2 cup chopped chocolate espresso beans
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Mocha Java Banana Splits

I created this recipe as an easy, grown up. alternative to the traditional banana split. The combination of mocha java ice cream, bananas and the chopped chocolate espresso beans is delicious. For an added twist, drizzle a little Baileys Irish Cream over the top of the ice cream before adding the fudge sauce.

Instructions

  1. 1Peel and slice each banana lengthwise into two pieces immediately before assembling

Place 2 banana halves,open or sliced side up in a banana split bowl or split plate

  1. 1Top bananas with 3 scoops of mocha java ice cream
  2. 2Drizzle with the fudge topping

Top with whipping cream

  1. 1Sprinkle with crushed chocolate espresso beans

Serve immediately and most of all, enjoy!

  1. 1Serves: 6
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