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Easy Chocolate Trifle

Easy Chocolate Trifle recipe
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If you love the rich chocolate and fluffy cream in the first four layers, dig down and you’ll find four more luxurious layers underneath just waiting to be scooped up. Yum.
time
prep:
50 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
18 servings, 2/3 cup each
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posted:
7/12/2008
This is one of my favorite desserts to make for a crowd.
posted:
4/23/2008
I love making chocolate trifle! You can use peanut butter cups or crushed oreos instead of toffee bars--experiment and have fun. Sometimes I drizzle a bit of chocolate syrup or liqueur over the cake cubes before the pudding for added flavor.
posted:
4/5/2008
I made this for Easter. It was delicious!
posted:
3/25/2008
This is also good following a similar Kraft recipe using brownines cut up instead of cake... also, I like to add sliced strawberries to the top.
posted:
1/22/2008
Ok, I used to hate those people who modified recipes to the point it was no longer recognized as the original recipe! BUT, sometimes you have to :( I find it incredibly difficult to find the four serving packages of instant pudding of any flavor, as in this case for the chocolate instant pudding. I even looked for the sugar free version. Didn't happen. So, as in many other recipes, I used 2 of the 6 serving size. I still used the same amount of everything else. I have had to do this with other recipes, it's never a problem. Also, I couldn't find toffee bars. I used the 8 pack of fun size Butterfingers. Yummy! I would definately make this again! The kids loved it!
posted:
1/14/2008
I used a low sugar cake mix, sugar free pudding & free cool whip - everyone raved about it. I also made a trifle using low sugar white cake mix, sugar free pistachio pudding & free cool whip - I sprinkled chopped walnuts on the top - DELICIOUS
posted:
12/23/2007
Recommended by a good friend. I've been making this for over 2 yrs & now its a given for each family gathering to bring this amazing dessert. Its ALWAYS a major hit! So elegant & simple to make. This is a BIG crowd pleaser! The taste is just explosive!
posted:
12/21/2007
This was incredibly easy to make- and I, like another reviewer on here, threw in one layer of Comstock cherry pie filling. I deleted the crushed candy bars/cookies (too much). The cherries really made this dessert last night at dinner. Everyone was impressed and loved this!
posted:
11/3/2007
I made this for Mother's day as we made a special day for my Mother-in-law as she had just had her 88 th birthday. It was a big hit for the special desert of the day. I made a lot more sweets but this one was the biggist hit of the day. Thanks for this recipe as I will be using this again and again.
posted:
7/30/2007
I substituted the chocolate pudding for cookies and cream pudding and substituted the toffee for crushed oreos. I used devil's food cake mix. It was a big hit, feeds a big group and I will make again!!
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