Pumpkin-Butterscotch Gingerbread Trifle
Total TimePrep: 40 min. Bake: 35 min. + cooling
Makes a great fall dessert so pretty and delicious.
Easy and DELICIOUS
This is absolutely fabulous. And such a pretty presentation. Everyone loved it!!
I've been making this for years. Always a hit. I make the gingerbread sometimes, but usually buy Orange Cranberry Nut muffins from the grocery bakery to make the crumb mixture.
So this rating system won't even let me rate it a 1 star which is what it is. This was not desirable at thanksgiving dinner and the comments by all guest whop tried it was "its unusual". This was a true waste of money and very disappointing.
This is a great trifle recipe. I've made it as written, and with half vanilla pudding. Lately I've started using gingersnaps instead of gingerbread. I also have only been using two boxes of butterscotch pudding and 3 cups of milk (plus a little ground cloves). It has been fantastic every time because the flavors go together so well.
This is amazing . I made this for a Luncheon For my lady friends and they could not stop eating it. It Looked just like the picture and was very easy to make. ??
A new family favorite!
I've been making this trifle for 15 yrs at Christmas. It's a family favourite. The only difference between mine and the recipe above is, I use spice cake instead of the gingerbread. It tastes terrific.
I have made this several times and each time I never have left overs! I love how it is a fresh take on the pumpkin flavor. :-)