Brownie Peanut Butter Trifle
Do you ever prepare a dessert hoping that you don't have leftovers? Sure….deep down I'd love a little left, but I have a big sweet tooth so it's best if that sugary goodness just leaves our house.
This is that one dessert that is sooooo good that your guests will devour!
It makes a nice size dessert to feed a crowd.
It is so simple in that you can make it ahead of your event. I've made it as early as the evening before. You'll want to keep it refrigerated. It also works well if you want to make individual servings in dessert cups.
Best part of all…..you can easily make this one ahead and it travels well for a covered dish.
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I am not exactly sure where I got this dessert. I've had it written on a sheet of paper and have been making for double digit years.
I purchased all of my ingredients at Aldi and Walmart so I adapted them to the products that I purchased.
I actually have 2 trifle bowls. You can use them for more than just a trifle. They are gorgeous for a layered salad, green salad and fruit.
You just don't see people do trifles very often, so it is really the unexpected.
You could actually make this recipe even simpler by skipping the brownie making step! Most grocery store bakeries sell the containers of the brownie bites. Just by 1 container of those and crumble them up. The beauty of this recipe is that you don't have to be totally exact!
You just don't realize how hard it was for me to NOT snack as I prepared the trifle.
The pudding mixed with the peanut butter is a dessert in itself!
Most of my ingredients were purchased at Aldi. This is fairly relaxed. Your brownie box can be the same size give or take. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Most of my ingredients were purchased at Aldi. This is fairly relaxed. Your brownie box can be the same size give or take.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Perfect recipe for the holidays! You can make it ahead which is a time saver.