Banana Split Pie Recipe

A Banana Split Pie Recipe from Home Style Austin

This easy to make no-bake pie is one of my childhood favorites. My Mom would make this pie for special family occasions.

We armed wrestled at Home Style HQ about what made this pie so darn good:

  • The delightful crunch of Texas pecans
  • The crispy graham cracker crust
  • Sweet, chilled bananas
  • Who doesn’t love cherries on top?
  • Um, pineapple?
  • This recipes makes 2 pies; 2 for you or 1 each for you and a friend, if you’re into sharing  :)

This pie makes a sweet 10.0 dismount from any summer meal. Enjoy!


2 Cups  |  Confectioners Sugar, Sifted
1 Cup  |  Unsalted Butter
2  |  Cage Free Eggs
1 Teaspoon  |  Vanilla
5-8  |  Bananas, Cut Into Rounds
1 Pound 4 Ounce Can  |  Crushed Pineapple, Drained Well
12 Ounce Container  |  Whipped Topping (Cool Whip)
1 Cup  |  Chopped Nuts (go for pecans)
8 Ounces  |  Maraschino Cherries, Drained
2  |  9 Inch Graham Cracker Crust Pie Shells

What To Do: 

1. Combine sugar and butter in a large mixing bowl. Beat until light.

2. Add eggs one at a time beating well after each addition.

3. Add vanilla and beat until light and fluffy. Divide filling in half and spread it carefully into each pie crust.

4. Divide and arrange banana slices over mixture of each pie. Drain the pineapple then “squish” it with your hands so the pie isn’t soupy. Top the pie with the drained pineapple.

5. Cover each pie with whipped topping, nuts and cherries.

6. Chill in fridge until ready to serve.

Yields: 2 pies and 8-16 best friends.

~ Joe Paul Reider

Home Style Austin Founder
Austin Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.

A Banana Split Pie Recipe By Home Style Austin

4 thoughts on “Banana Split Pie Recipe

  1. We have always made the banana sweet pie. From generations down. I always use banana pudding then bananas then top with strawberries, pineapple n layer each top with the pudding. Then layer the top with soft cream cheese n whip cream mixed together then walnuts. I always make my graham cookie crust myself. We always make extra because of having a big family. My daughter asks me to make it for Thanksgiving dinner along with my famous pecan pie.

    • Thanks for sharing your post with us, Brenda!

      Your recipe sounds delicious and I definitely want to give it a whirl. I’m a sucker for strawberries! When your family asks you to make something for Thanksgiving you know you have a “home run” recipe on your hands! All the best for a fantastic Thanksgiving! ~ Patrick

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