The Viral Air-Fried Banana Split

An Air Fried Banana Split is a warm and carmelized banana stuffed with any and all of your favorite cozy and melty toppings! In just 5 minutes, you could be eating this healthy, delicious snack, dessert, or breakfast!

dig in

I know what you’re thinking: why would anyone want to air fry a banana? Trust me, I thought the exact same thing especially after seeing everyone and their mother make this on TikTok and Instagram.

If i’m being honest, the first time i saw it, i nearly gagged. I couldn’t imagine eating a HOT, MUSHY, BROWN banana.

But, I figured it was trending for a reason, so I tried it and boy am I GLAD I DID!!!

a spoonful of deliciousness


Step 1:

Start by cutting your banana down the middle ensuring not to cut through the whole thing

Step 2:

Stuff the sliced banana with all of your favorite toppings. I kept it simple with crunchy peanut butter and mini dark chocolate chips

Step 3:

Place banana upright in the airfryer at 400 degrees for 4-6 minutes

Step 4:

Remove from airfryer & DIG IN!

Air Fried Banana Split

In just 5 minutes, you could be eating a warm, carmelized banana stuffed with all your favorite cozy and melty toppings!
Servings 1 banana split
Prep Time 1 min
Cook Time 4 mins
Total Time 5 mins


  • 1 banana
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter or any nut butter
  • 1 tbsp mini dark chocolate chips
  • any other toppings you love granola, yogurt, berries, honey, etc


  • Start by slicing your banana down the middle (not cutting through the entire thing)
  • Stuff the banana with literally anything – I kept it simple with just chunky peanut butter & mini dark chocolate chips
  • Air fry at 400 for 4 minutes (or 1-2 minutes more depending on how soft and carmelized you want it)
  • Top with more toppings (if desired) & DIG IN !
Cost: 2
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Keyword: Quick & Easy

Please let me know how it turned out for you! Leave a comment below and tag @jennaliveswell on Instagram and/or hashtag it #jennaliveswell 

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