Toffee Brownie Trifle
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min. + cooling
This is one of my sons favorite desserts & it's easy enough for him to make on his own.
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I have made this for years and it is always a family fav. My children always request and now the cousins do too. I use a cheesecake and vanilla pudding instead of the chocolate. Decadent and easy!
I made this for a Labor Day party and it was devoured. Very easy to make.
This is such a rich, decadent dessert. I LOVE chocolate, so this is my go to dessert when serving chocolate lovers. You can change the candy bars to crushed Butterfinger or mini chocolate chips.
I made this for Christmas and it was a great hit everyone loved it. Simple to make and I will make it again for all get togethers.
This has been a family favorite for years. My 24 year old son requests this for his birthday dessert every year. It's always a hit!!!!!
This dessert is super sweet - too sweet for my family's tastes. I used white choc and cheesecake pudding mixes. I brought it to a Thanksgiving potluck and brought most of it home. It would be better to serve it after a lighter meal. I like a previous poster's suggestion of sprinkling Kahlua over the cut brownies - it might help cut the sweetness a bit.It was very easy to put together, and it feeds a lot, so it's good for potlucks. Personally, I like it better the next day, but the brownies do absorb some of the moisture and get soft. I used Heath chips from the baking aisle. Sprinkle the chips on top just before serving, as they start to melt on the pudding layer after a while.
How far ahead can you make this? Is it okay to make the night before it is served?
Is the size of the pudding and amount of milk correct?