February is coming up on us fast… and the Super Bowl isn’t the only day we celebrate…. we have Valentine’s Day… followed by Fat Tuesday… so desserts are definitely on the agenda….
This dessert is a nice and easy dessert that can finish a romantic dinner or can be a family affair… after all… Valentine’s Day is for kids too.
Caramel Brownie Toffee Trifle is loaded with flavor…. a moist fudgy brownie…. with caramel drizzled over it… followed by whipped cream…. toffee bits…. rich chocolate pudding … finished off with more whipped cream and toffee bits…. and of course… capped with a cherry on top!
You can make brownies from scratch…. or use the boxed variety…. the same goes for the chocolate pudding …. use my recipe for chocolate pudding… or make it from a boxed mix… you can use the instant variety… although… I think the cooked kind has a better chocolate flavor… and finally you can use a frozen whipped topping such as Cool Whip…. or make my recipe for Chantilly Cream….
You can make all the parts ahead and assemble it when you plan to serve it…
Making the parts of this trifle from scratch really doesn’t take long and really tastes so much better… and after all…. Valentine’s Day is special.
You can find toffee bits in the baking aisle in the grocery store.
If using my recipes… you should be able to get 4-6 servings, depending on the size glass you use…. If you’re making this for two…. leftovers are always wonderful…
Recipe: Caramel Brownie Toffee Trifle
All you need:
Brownies (my Brownie recipe)
Caramel ice cream topping
Chocolate pudding (my Chocolate Pudding recipe)
Whipped cream (my Chantilly Cream recipe)
All you need to do:
Make a batch of brownies.
Make chocolate pudding.
Make whipped cream.
To assemble the dessert:
Cut the brownies into 1 inch squares… break the square up a bit to fit in the bottom of a trifle glass or other dessert glass.
Drizzle caramel ice cream topping over the brownie.
Put a layer of whipped cream over the pudding.
Sprinkle toffee bits over the whipped cream.
Put another layer of chocolate pudding on top of the whipped cream.
Top off with a dollop of whipped cream.
Sprinkle toffee bits on the whipped cream.
Put a cherry on top of each dessert.
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