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Vegan Banana Split

Hold onto your spoons, guys, because this Vegan Banana Split is extremely yummy -- it will knock your socks off. One of my favorite healthy vegan desserts.

Vegan Banana Split

This whimsical tasty dessert contains no ice cream, just the extras that make the banana split so tasty. Super yummy. It tastes like you have roasted your marshmallows over a campfire. Totally delish. You will surely faint from ecstacy.

This treat is perfect not only for Vegans, but for those who are trying to avoid dairy (such as those who are lactose intolerant or those who are shunning cholesterol) -- well, to be honest, it's perfect for anyone and everyone. YES, IT'S THAT GOOD!

From the time you go into your kitchen until the time you're shoveling this divine Banana Split into your pie hole takes less than 10 minutes.

One ingredient you'll need is vegan marshmallows. You may or may not be aware that traditional marshmallows contain gelatin, which is an animal product (more specifically, horse hooves!).

Sweet and Sara Vegan Marshmallows

If, like me, you prefer NOT to put horse hooves into your mouth, you'll need to buy some vegan marshmallows. You can find them on the shelves of some natural food stores. Otherwise, find them online.

(They're sooooooo good!! OMG!!!!)

Vegan Banana Split
Serves 1

1 ripe banana
1/8 cup vegan semisweet chocolate chips
1 large vegan marshmallow (or severall small)
1/8 cup hazelnuts, finely chopped

Step 1: Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Step 2: Rinse and dry banana. Using a small paring knife, slice the top panel of the banana peel away to form a long rectangular opening. Discard this banana peel slice. Using the paring knife, cut the banana from the top to the bottom, right down the middle (be sure to cut only the actual banana and not the peel on the opposite side).

Step 3: Open the banana pocket as far as you can so you can stuff your yummy ingredients inside. I have found the best way to do this is to insert your thumb into the top of this opening and run your thumb all the way down the crack. It should cause a nice clean opening for you to work with.

Step 4: Line the banana pocket with the chocolate chips. Tear the marshmallow into small pieces, placing each piece on top of the chocolate chips. Cover with finely chopped hazelnuts. Place banana split on a cookie sheet and place in oven for 5 minutes, or until nuts and marshmallow begin to brown. Serve with a spoon.

Happy scarfing!

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