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Chocolate Brownie Trifle

I really have been trying to cook healthier. One of the ways that I have been doing this is to avoid packaged and processed food. However, last Friday I needed a quick and easy dessert to take to a family dinner.

I also wanted something that my daughters could help make. So, I made a dessert that I have made many times in the past. This dessert is really good and when I take it places I rarely have any left.

It does contain a lot of processed and packaged items. This dessert is not something I make often. It also makes a lot, so I do not make it just for our family. It makes a great dessert to serve to company or to take somewhere. I also really like trifles because they look so nice.

When I made this last week I used a homemade brownie mix for the the brownie part. It worked very good. I hope to post that brownie mix recipe later this week.

If you need an easy dessert that looks really nice, give this recipe a try.

Adapted from an Allrecipes recipe.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. I woke up craving chocolate so I could literally just dive into that bowl! Oh my!

  2. Lisa@BlessedwithGrace says:

    Oh yummy. That looks good and not difficult.

  3. Oh boy! That looks really yummy!

  4. That looks absolutely divine!! Thanks for sharing!

  5. That looks a lot like my grandma’s Death By Chocolate. So good! ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Gadget Girl says:

    HOLY COW! I could eat me some of that right now!!

  7. Wow, that looks delicious and easy! Bookmarking it, thanks!
    .-= C. Beth´s last blog ..Your strength, my weakness =-.

  8. Looks Yummy….Will try to upgrade to a healthier version with homemade versions this weekend, shouldn’t be too hard!
    Thanks for the awesome dessert idea!

  9. that looks sooo good im so gong to use that for cristmas.

  10. Hi!
    I recently purchased a triffle (which I have never tried a triffle before) at a dessert auction, benefitting youth for summer camps. The triffle made by a 15 year old boy was AMAZING. I ate it for days, gained plenty of weight and dreamt about it’s delisiousness. When I tried replicating it, I was sorely disappointed. So, I asked him for the secrect recipe…that gooey, wonderful layer of something choclately that I couldn’t figure out, what it was. He told me it was cool whip, sweetened condesnsed milk, water and chocolate pudding, but he didn’t know the quantities. That’s when I hit pinterest and found your MAGICAL triffle recipe. It was a HUGE hit last night at my house with my family and our picky friends. Thanks for sharing, this will be a family favorite for years to come.

    • I am so glad that you found my site and enjoyed that recipe. We love it and I am glad your family did also. And wow so glad to know that a 15 year old boy enjoys cooking and was raffling a dessert off. That is so neat to hear! Thanks for letting me know.

  11. Than for sharing this awesome recipie I only got this a few weeks ago and have already made it 3 times. I shared on my blog Thanks so much for this!


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