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    This article is about the ice cream dessert. For other uses, see Banana Split (disambiguation).

    Banana split

    Banana split with three flavors of ice cream

    Course Dessert

    Place of origin United States

    Region or state Latrobe, Pennsylvania

    Serving temperature Cold

    Main ingredients Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry ice cream, bananas,

    Ingredients generally used Whipped cream, maraschino cherry

    Variations Caramel topping, strawberry topping, pineapple topping, chocolate syrup, nuts

    A banana split is an American ice cream-based dessert consisting of a peeled banana cut in half lengthwise, and served with ice-cream and sauce between the two pieces. There are many variations, but the classic banana split is made with three scoops of ice cream (one each of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry). A sauce or sauces (chocolate, strawberry, and pineapple are traditional) are drizzled onto the ice cream, which is topped with whipped cream and maraschino cherries. Crushed nuts (generally peanuts or walnuts) are optional.[1]

    There are some regional variations on the name. For example, in parts of the UK, it is known as a banana longboat, likely referring to the shape of the dish.[]

    Contents

    1 Description 2 History 3 Banana split pie

    4 In popular culture

    5 See also 6 References 7 External links

    Description[edit]

    The original banana split was made with three scoops of different flavored ice creams, topped with fruits, and served over a banana that was split vertically down the middle. The original recipe used strawberries, raspberries and crushed pineapple with marshmallow syrup, chopped nuts, and pitted black cherries.[2][3] The banana split is traditionally served in an elongated glass dish called a "boat".

    Strickler's marshmallow sauce is no longer used as a topping. The traditional toppings used in today's banana split include pineapple, strawberry and chocolate sauce, whipped cream, nuts, and cherries. Caramel sauce, on the other hand, is a non-traditional topping used in later variations of the classic banana split.[4]

    Variations on the classic may use grilled bananas, experiment with different flavors of ice cream such as coconut or coffee, or sauces like salted caramel and warm butterscotch.[5]

    History[edit]

    Banana splits and ice cream sundaes served at a soda fountain at the 1st U.S. General Hospital in Paris during World War II

    Cold beverages and ice cream were a novelty in the mid-1800s when soda fountains began selling ice cream concoctions. A popular recipe published in 1907 called for a lengthwise split banana, two scoops of ice cream at each end and a spoon of whipped cream in between with maraschino cherry on top, with one end covered with chopped mixed nuts and another with chopped mixed fruits.[6] published in 1919 contained recipes for 25 banana split varieties.[3]

    The origin of the banana split is controversial, but most historians believe it was first created in 1904 by an optometrist in Latrobe, Pennsylvania named David "Doc" Strickler.[3][7] Strickler was inspired by the fruit laden sundaes he saw while vacationing in Atlantic City in the summer of 1904, and aspired to create something similar when he returned to Latrobe using the banana fruit, which, in those days, was shipped to Pennsylvania by way of New Orleans.[2] The sundae he concocted originally cost 10 cents, twice the price of other sundaes, and caught on with students of nearby Saint Vincent College. News of a new variety of sundae quickly spread by word-of-mouth and through correspondence and soon progressed far beyond Latrobe.[8] Strickler went on to buy the pharmacy, naming it Strickler's Pharmacy, while keeping his office on a top floor.[9]

    Wilmington, Ohio, also claims an early connection dating to 1907 when Ernest "Doc" Hazard created a dessert in hopes of attracting students from Wilmington College to his shop during the slow days of winter. The dessert he came up with was the banana split: three scoops of ice cream served between the two halves of a split banana, topped with chocolate, strawberry and pineapple sauces, whipped cream, maraschino cherries and nuts.[3]

    However, most historians believe the evidence for Strickler's 1904 debut is more convincing, and, in 2004, the National Ice Cream Retailers Association (NICRA) certified the city of Latrobe, Pennsylvania as the birthplace of the banana split.[8][4] Both towns hold an annual festival in honor of the dessert.[10]

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