Banana Cake #5
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Banana Cake #5
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:06:41 AM. Recipe ID 32280. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Banana cake #5
 Categories: Dessert
      Yield: 12 Servings
--------------------------CRUST #1-------------------------------
    180 g  Graham cracker crumbs
     60 g  Margarine

--------------------------CRUST #2-------------------------------
    200 g  All-purpose flour
     95 g  Sugar
    240 g  Soft margarine
      1    Egg; slightly beaten
  2 1/2 ml Vanilla

--------------------------CRUST #3-------------------------------
     32    Oreo cookies
    160 g  Melted margarine

---------------------FILLING FOR 1 CAKE--------------------------
    120 g  Margarine
    350 g  Powdered sugar
      2    Eggs
      4    -(up to)
      5    Bananas; sliced lengthwise
    600 g  Chunk pineapple; drained
    600 g  Whole strawberries
    250 ml Whipping cream
           Chopped nuts
  Mix and press in bottom of a 20x30  pan.  Bake  10 minutes at 175 deg. C. Cool.
  CRUST #2: Blend all ingredients  thoroughly.  Pat  dough  on bottom
  of a pan.  Bake at 200 deg. C for about 10 minutes  or  until golden
  brown. Cool.
  CRUST #3; Crush cookies and mix  them  with  the  margarine.  Press
  mixture in bottom of pan.
  1. Whip  margarine/sugar/egg  mixture  with  electric mixer and
  spread over cooled crust.
  2. Place bananas, cut side  down,  on  top  of  above layer.
  3. Spread on the pineapple chunks, then the strawber- ries.
  4. Whip the cream, cover the whole dish with  whipped cream, and
  sprinkle with nuts.
  5. Refrigerate 4 hours before serving.

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Recipe ID 32280 (Apr 03, 2005)

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