Peanut Butter Brownie Trifle
Total TimePrep: 1 hour + chilling
Makes20 servings (1 cup each)
Very good if you like a rich sweet dessert.
There is just too much going on in this dessert. It is very rich.
I made this for a potluck at work. It was HUGELY popular. I got so many compliments, and got told by my boss that I have to bring it every year from now on! Job security for the win! ;) It's so simple to make I never imagined it would be so popular, but everyone really loved it.
I took this to a family dinner and everyone loved it!
I made this for our family Christmas gathering. It was definitely a hit!
Th's is my recipe and I have made it so many times and no one has ever said they didn't like it. It is so easy to put together and very pretty when it is made. It fills my trifle bowl perfectly.
I love to make and serve trifles. They are easy and you can change them up. This one is so good and will be made again and again.
it look like a good dessert and I would love to make it when I get home
This was very easy and made a very pretty dessert. I didn't have a trifle dish so I used a clear glass mixing bowl.Since other members comented in how much it made I only made half.I left out the peanut butter cups except for the garnish.I plan on making this for a Christmas potluck and will get a trifle dish for then.Highly recommend for chocolate and Peanut butter lovers
I made this to take into the office where there are 14 of us, it made so much there was enough for some to take home. Unless I did something wrong this really does make a lot, I had to put straws poking up out of it in order to put the plastic wrap over it. One of the staff is a peanut butter cup/butter finger addict so I used a 50/50 mix of both and he couldn't leave it alone. I don't like whipped topping so I used fresh beaten only lightly sweetened whipping cream stabilized with unflavored gelatin. Also instead of 2% milk, which I don't ever have in the house, I used 4% milk. Tip: 4% milk or better yet half and half will always give you a thicker richer pudding, 2% or less milk will give you a runnier pudding. This is dessert, not dinner, so what the heck, splurge.