Banana splits in a healthy cookbook? Absolutely not! Are you kidding me? But these Brunch Banana Splits are a healthy twist on the classic dessert. Instead of ice cream, they use Greek yogurt and natural honey instead of chocolate sauce. The variety of fresh fruits and nuts in this dish not only makes it delicious but incredibly healthy as well. Serve it for brunch or as a healthy dessert option. Rest assured, the kids will absolutely love it.
Recipe instructions Brunch Banana Splits
Place one banana in each of four shallow dishes. Add half a cup of yogurt to each banana. Divide the peaches, raspberries, and granola equally among the dishes. Garnish each banana split with almonds, sunflower seeds, and honey. Serve immediately.
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