This Instant Pot Banana Split Cheesecake is so good! And yes, it really does taste like a banana split. This is my go-to cheesecake recipe when I’m craving a bit of a throwback to the cheesecakes that my mom and grandma used to make. Make certain to check out our other easy dessert recipes as well.
I like to add some extra cool whip (or whipped cream as I call it) on top and then add on a maraschino cherry as well. It really takes it to a whole new level of flavor and fun!
Since you’re going to be using your Instant Pot to create this dessert recipe, your prep time for making it is going to be between 20 minutes to 30 minutes of time. That’s a short amount of work to get a homemade cheesecake recipe that tastes this good!
Instant Pot Banana Split Cheesecake
The biggest thing to keep in mind when using your Instant Pot is that you want to use the parchment paper up the sides of the pan so it doesn’t stick as well as follow the directions for a natural release as well. And when you remove the cheesecake just be careful and let it cool before starting on any of the toppings.
I make a lot of cheesecakes in my Instant Pot and this one always gets requested time and time again. I love it just as much as my boys do but I let them usually have the bigger pieces!
How hard is it to switch to a graham cracker crust?
Not hard at all. Once you get the crackers all mashed up, you just want to be certain that you press it into the ban and up the sides, too.
This will allow for the cream cheese mixture to go into it nicely and set up as well. Some people don’t like a graham cracker crust and prefer to use a different method or even keep it crustless but that’s entirely up to you.
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Best Cheesecake Recipes:
Once you make this Instant Pot Banana Split Cheesecake Recipe, it’s time to add even more cheesecake recipes to your radar. There are so many great flavors out there to try and I’ve gathered up some of my favorites to share!
This Super Simple Dreamsicle Cheesecake Recipe has such a sweet and wonderful flavor.
I’m obsessed with this Brownie Cheesecake Recipe. The texture! Oh my!
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Don’t miss out on this Creamy Eggnog Cheesecake Recipe!
Last, but not least, you’re going to love this Crazy Good Cherry Cheesecake Dip Recipe!
Why is my cheesecake cracked on top?
There are a couple of reasons that the top of your cheesecake might crack. You might need to slightly adjust the cooking time as it may crack if it’s overcooked.
You also might need to adjust the cups of water that you add as it can cause the cheesecake to have too much or even too little liquid needed as well.
More Banana Recipes:
- • 1½ cups of crushed vanilla wafers
- • ½ cup of ground walnuts/pecans
- • 3 T of brown sugar
- • 4 ounces of melted butter
- • 24 ounces of room temperature cream cheese
- • ¾ cups of granulated sugar
- • 3 large ripe mashed bananas
- • 1 cup of chopped strawberries
- • 1 cup of crushed pineapple
- • ½ cup of strawberry jam or preserves
- • 2 T heavy cream
- • 3 room temperature eggs
- • 1 t of banana extract
- • ½ cup of dark chocolate chips
- • ½ T cream or milk
- • 1½ cup of heavy whipping cream
- • 8 ounces of room temperature cream cheese
- • 1 cup of granulated sugar
- • ¼ t of banana extract/vanilla extract
Cut out and put the parchment paper to fit an 8-inch springform pan. Spray the paper and sides with a nonstick spray, too.
Mix the crushed wafers, chopped nuts, and also brown sugar. Add the butter and mix with a fork.
Put into the bottom of the pan and up the sides.
Place in the freezer.
Mix the cream cheese and sugar in a bowl until fluffy.
Put the extract and cream in and mix well.
Mix the eggs in one at a time, mixing until combined after each one.
Mix in the strawberries, pineapple, jam, and bananas on low.
Put into the crust.
Cover with foil and seal the edges.
Put 1 1/2 cups of water in the bottom of the Instant Pot.
Put the cheesecake on the trivet and lower it into the pot. Seal the lid and cook for 50 minutes on high pressure. Let rest for 15 minutes in the pot and then release pressure and take and put on a wire rack.
Once it cools, take it out of the pan.
Put the chocolate chips in the microwave in 10-second increments and stir. Continue doing this until it is melted. Let it cool and drizzle over the cake.
Take the cream and whip it until it forms soft peaks.
In a different bowl, beat the sugar, extract, and cream cheese until smooth.
Fold in the whipped cream.
Add this around the edge of the cheesecake with a star tip.
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