Make the chocolate cake. When cool, cut into 1 inch squares.
Make the chocolate pudding. Put half of the cake into clear bowl, put half of the chocolate pudding on it. Top with half the cool whip and chop the heath bar and put half of it on the cool whip.
Then, put remaining cake, top with pudding, cool whip, and the rest of the heath candy bar. Place in the refrigerator.
This dessert is so yummy. It's easy to make and everyone that likes chocolate will love this. I am a chocolate lover, so it's delicious to me. Hope you enjoy!
Source: A friend in Dalton, OH
By dwedenoja from New Creek, WV
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Heat fruit juices to boiling. Add marshmallows. Stir until dissolved. Chill until partially set. Fold in stiffly whipped cream. Line shallow pan with vanilla wafers.
This trifle always looks like the beginning of spring to me! In my family we always make all sorts of different trifles, some being very interesting. They are fun to invent.
This is great for a covered dish dinner or large family get-together. Prepare and bake cake according to package directions, using 2 greased 9 inch round baking pans. Cool for 10 minutes before removing to wire racks to cool completely.
I keep raspberries and strawberries, and other trifle fruits in the freezer ready for making jellies and trifles.
Separately prepare puddings following package directions using milk, in 2 separate bowls.
For trifle, place half of the cake cubes in 12x8 inch baking dish. in large bowl, combine yogurt and almond extract; fold in whipped topping. Spoon half of the yogurt mixture evenly over cake cubes in dish.
This chocolate trifle is so delicious and the candy pieces make it even better!
I love making trifles for different occasions. You can make trifles with any flavored cake, pudding, fruits, cookies, and cool whip! It is fun and amazing what you can surprisingly make creatively and beautifully.
Slice cake. Spread with jam. Put one layer of drained fruit in bottom of dish. Place 1/2 of cake on top. Repeat this. Next put the syrup from peaches into saucepan; add 2 tablespoons of sugar.
Here's an idea for what you can do with left over, unfrosted cake. Set aside chunks of left over cake (or bake a 13x9 inch vanilla cake and cut into chunks). Prepare package of pudding. Mix all the fruit together.
Split sponge cake through the center with a sharp knife and spread with jam on bottom half. Put top half on. Peel apples; cut in halves and remove cores. Put in pan with sugar and enough water to cover apples.
Cut cake slices into 3 pieces each; set aside. Dissolve gelatin in 2 cups boiling water in large bowl. Add frozen strawberries, stirring to mix. Set aside to cool slightly. Prepare pudding using package directions.
In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, coffee powder and sugar until smooth. Beat in whipped topping until blended. Divide cake cubes between two dessert dishes; top with the cream cheese mixture and chocolate chips.
This delicious trifle is a quick and easy recipe for your next potluck or party.
These individual trifle bites are perfect for any holiday party.
These light and airy desserts are generally made with custard or whipped cream, layered with fruit and angel food cake pieces. These trifle like recipes are beautiful in a clear glass dish and make a perfect dessert for a special event.
If you are a little "pied out" by Christmas, having eaten your fill of pies since Thanksgiving, here's a nice recipe that uses the flavors of the season. And it's kinda festive looking. And it's flexible and not too fussy. Read on for my recipe for holiday trifle!
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Does anyone have any good recipes for English Trifle?