This "Brownie Split Cake" is such a fun dessert to serve and it's just perfect for a bunch of teens or even younger children. It would be perfect for a sleepover or a church group. I served it this week to some of kids in our family at a little pool party we had for them and they loved it. We just served the cake squares and set out all of the toppings for them to make their own creation. They had a blast with it. Turn kids, of any age, loose with hot fudge, warm caramel, sprinkles and whipped cream and you know it's a good time!
When I asked for their critique on whether it was 'blog worthy', I got a unanimous thumbs up and comments like 'awesome' and 'amazing' and 'delicious'! Here is what you will need for this 'awesome' dessert:
1 (18.3 oz.) family size brownie mix ( plus the ingredients to make them)
4-5 bananas, sliced thin
1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream, softened
strawberry ice cream topping, pineapple ice cream topping, hot fudge topping, caramel topping, whipped cream, sprinkles, nut topping, and maraschino cherries.
Bake the brownie mix in a 9"x13" pan. Cool completely.
Layer the banana slices evenly over the brownies.
Spread the slightly softened ice cream over the banana layer. Cover tightly and freeze for at least 3-4 hours or overnight. Remove from the freezer about 15 minutes before serving.
Cut in squares and serve with your favorite ice cream sundae toppings!