Thursday, February 25, 2010

BROWNIE TRIFLE

I've been waiting for an excuse to make this since I got the recipe from my neighbor who brought it to our neighborhood party a week ago. So, when Mark's parents invited us over for dinner tonight I perhaps too eagerly volunteered to bring dessert!


BROWNIE TRIFLE

1 pan of brownies cut into 1" cubes (box mix or scratch, whichever you prefer)
1 box instant chocolate pudding (use pie filling directions)
1 large container of Cool Whip OR 1 pint of whipping cream (whipped)
6-8 Skor or Heath Candy Bars (crushed)

Layer in trifle bowl starting with half of the brownies, then half of the chocolate pudding, then half of the Cool Whip/Whip Cream, and then half of the crush candy bars. Repeat layers with remaining ingredients, and refrigerate.

P.S. My neighbor made hers with Cool Whip and it was really good. I made it today with whipping cream and it was, well, to put it modestly, to die for. Of course I'll need to go a little further on my walk tomorrow but it will be oh so worth it!

10 comments:

  1. Did you add any sugar to the whipping cream? Making this tomorrow for girl's night-can't wait!

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  2. Becky, I always add a little powdered sugar (maybe 1/4 cup or less) and vanilla (1/2-1tsp) when I whip cream. Sounds like a fun night!

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  3. 2 questions for ya,

    what size brownie mix? 8x8, 9x13, etc.
    what size box of pudding? small or large box

    Sorry, I need to know these things or I seem to always get the wrong size. Thanks!

    Jaime

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  4. 9x13 and large box of pudding.

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  5. I'm going to try it tonight-you always have the best recipes!

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  6. Someone made this with vanilla pudding and it was really good too...like Boston Cream Pie:)

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  7. This is very similar to Pampered Chefs Double Chocolate Mocha Trifle. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/double-chocolate-mocha-trifle/Detail.aspx.
    The only difference is white chocolate pudding with coffee flavoring and whipped cream combined....it is pretty and wonderful!!

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  8. Approximately how many does this feed?

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