Banana Strawberry Glaze Dessert Southern Style By



This has been an all time Favorite Since I was a kid. . and I don't Know anyone who doesn't enjoy Bananas and Strawberries, Now together in this simple Dish.

So Quick all you do is Blink and its Done. (Quick as a wink)

This can be Made for 1 to 100 easily.

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★★★★★ 2 votes

10 Min


  • 4-6
    firm bananas, sliced
  • 1 pkg
    strawberry glaze ( about 10 oz) usually found in the strawberry section of your fresh-fruit isle
  • 1 Pint
    fresh strawberries sliced ( optional)

How to Make Banana Strawberry Glaze Dessert Southern Style By


  1. Pour Glaze in Mixing Bowl.
    Rinse Container out with 1/4 Cup water. add to the Glaze. Mix til Well blended.
  2. Slice Your Bananas in to Your Bowl.
    Pour Glaze over.
    Toss to Coat Well.
    Cover and Chill in refer for Several Hrs til ready to serve.

    TIP: Can top with a dollop of whipped Cream.
    3 lbs Strawberries, (should be 3 Cups Liquid Berries)
    Sliced and Placed into Blender, Pulse to Chop well,
    Pour all ingredients into Med. Sauce pan,
    Add 1/2 Cup -3/4 Cup Sugar to Your Taste
    Add 1/4 Cup Cornstarch, add more if Needed to Desired thickness. Stir, & Mix well.
    This glaze ahouls be thick.
    Bring to Boil til thickens, Stirring Continously. Remove From heat.
    Chill til needed.

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