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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Total Yummy Goodness!!

Just finished making this delicious dessert to take to a birthday celebration this afternoon, and thought I would share this quick and easy recipe with you .


Brownie Trifle

1 Box Brownie Mix (your favorite)
Large Box Instant Chocolate Pudding
8 oz. Cream Cheese
Large Container Cool Whip

*Make brownies according to directions. Cool, and cut into small chunks for bottom layer
*Soften cream cheese, add 2 TBS sugar, and half of cool whip. This goes on top of brownie layer.
*Mix pudding according to directions, and this is your next layer.
*Top with remaining cool whip
*Refrigerate until ready to serve.

We made mini versions of these in martini glasses for my daughters wedding, and they were a big hit.
Let me know if you give it a try, and tell me how you like it.
Have a wonderful weekend. Jackie


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10 comments:

Miss Debbie said...

Sounds delish! We are a"chocolate loving" family, so I will definitely give it a try!

Shug said...

This dessert looks yummy! I have two son-in-laws that would devour that whole dish in seconds.

Enjoyed stopping by.

Shug
Confessions of a Razzle-Dazzle Housewife

Country Dreaming said...

Looks sooo good! I'd like to have some, please.

Happy Sunday!

Melinda

Brandon said...

That does look yummy :)

HI, I found you while looking for other bloggers who love Christian fiction, and I thought I'd say hello :)

Mommy of Monkeyshines said...

I love making trifles! I love your blog...very peaceful. (something my life is NOT at this stage of the game!)

Christina said...

Oooh, chocolate and something cool. Yummy.

I love the idea of the individual martini glasses filled w/trifle. Fantastic.

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Jackie, this looks DElish!! I will definitely make it! Thank you so much for visiting my blog, it led me to yours! I have been surfing all around, and I am so sorry to hear about Nick. I have four cats (yes four) and my oldest, Chloe is almost 16. She is starting to decline now, I have noticed it these past few months and I have her so long, she is part of the family....so my heart hurts for you...

Love your back yard, it is beautiful!

I am a follower :) I will be back!

Lou Cinda :)

Jennifer said...

Looks absolutely delish - and I love the idea of individual ones!

Shannon said...

Oh wow! Looks delicious!

Wendy said...

Yum! I have made a similar recipe, but doesn't have the cream cheese. I can just imagine the richness of the cream cheese added! This would be awesome for our neighborhood get together! So gald you shared :)
Wendy