Banana Split Bundt Cake #MoistMonday #DearLife

We have been trying to come up with fun blog ideas for a while now and #MoistMonday was total winner to us! When reading a novels we come across lots of food that sounds awesome, we thought we would bring them to life for you!

Today’s we are bringing you a banana split bundt cake that Daisy makes in Dear Life by Meghan Quinn, and you can preorder it HERE.


1 box of Vanilla Cake
1 box of banana pudding
Half a container of strawberries chopedHalf a container of vanilla icing
Half a container of chocolate fudge icing
Chocolate chips
2 bananas
chopped nuts (not pictured)
1 cup of water
1/2 cup of vegetable oil
2 large eggs


grease-the-panThis was my first time baking a bundt cake, so I’m going to tell you what I learned (thanks mom!) you MUST grease and flour the pan, you can’t just use cooking spray. I had a bit of help from my sweet 5 year old as well on this portion.

Go ahead and preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

In a large bowl, combine the cake mix, pudding mix, mixingwater, milk, eggs and vegetable oil.  Mix until smooth.

Once that is smooth you will add in the strawberries, bananas and chocolate chips.  Mix until the mixtures all ingredients are combined to you liking.

Pour into your bundt pan and then bake 38 to 43 minutes.


Once you bake it, it and it cools remove from pan and pour on your icing (we melted ours) chocolate fudge and then vanilla on top and then added chopped nuts. (Optional).

In Dear Life, Daisy also added whipped cream and cherry on top.
Enjoy and don’t forget to preorder Dear Life by Meghan Quinn.

Be sure to come back next week as we try out Josie’s Swedish Fish Roll from Full Package by Lauren Blakely.



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