If you want to give your traditional banana split a twist, check out these recipes that will kick your banana split game up a notch. Happy Banana Split Day!

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1. Banana Split Pudding Pops
Did you know that making your own pudding pop is oh-so-easy? Just take it from Kayley of the food blog, The Kitchen McCabe who broke down the steps into manageable chunks for any home cook. Find the recipe here.

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2. Banana Split Bites
This simple recipe only requires six ingredients and produces a great twist on the banana split you can eat for an after school snack, dessert or at a weekend BBQ. Get the recipe 411 from Our Family of Seven here.

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3. Banana Split Smoothie
Sip your banana split with this recipe from the blog, Lauren Kelly Nutrition. Bonus: it’s vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free! Find the recipe by clicking here.

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4. Chocolate Banana Bites
If you don’t feel like splurging on a whole banana split dessert, opt for bite-sized chocolate-covered banana bites from Weelicious. Get the recipe by clicking here.

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5. Watermelon Split
Take advantage of watermelon while it’s still in seasson with this recipe from FoodNetwork.com that uses seasonal watermelon and blackberries as the main fruit component. But, since it’s Banana Split Day we suggest adding in some sliced up bananas for good measure.

Which recipe will you make today? Share your photos with us by tagging #redtricycle on social media. And, if you consider yourself a traditionalist click here for a classic banana split recipe

— Erin Lem