Brownie Trifle with Chocolate, Caramel and Heath Bar

 Brownie Trifle with Chocolate Caramel and Heath Bar

Bottom line, this trifle is delicious! It is always a hit at any function I take it to. It is a really easy dessert to make, especially considering how yummy it is!

Brownie Trifle with Chocolate, Caramel and Heath Bar

adapted from Wayne’s recipe on

1 Brownie Mix (with ingredients to prepare it)

1 5.9 oz package instant chocolate pudding mix

1/2 cup water

1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk

1 16 oz container Cool Whip

1 tsp vanilla

1 bag Chocolate Heath Bar Toffee Bits

1 jar caramel ice cream topping (for drizzling, you won’t need the whole jar)


1. Prepare brownie mix according to the package directions.  Allow to cool and cut into squares.  I prepared my brownies the day before.

2. In a large bowl, mix chocolate pudding mix, water and sweetened condensed milk until combined.  Fold in 6 oz from the cool whip container.  Continue folding until there are not white streaks.

3. Mix the vanilla into the container with the remaining 10 oz of cool whip.

4. Now it is time to start assembling the trifle.  Layer the bottom of a trifle bowl with brownies.  Add a half of the chocolate mix followed by half of the cool whip.   Drizzle Caramel topping on top. Sprinkle Heath bar toffee bits across the whole surface.  Don’t be stingy. Repeat layers.

Chocolate Caramel Brownie Heath Bar Trifle

I even set aside a little bit of the ingredients and put together a really cute and yummy birthday treat in a mason jar.

Chocolate Trifle Birthday Gift_Mason Jar

You can see the tutorial on how to make the mason jar birthday gift here.


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Super Easy Peach Lemonade


Easy Peach LemonadeIf you have leftover peaches and you are looking for creative ways to use them up, look no further than this super easy and super yummy peach lemonade recipe!  If you already have the peaches, then you just need to buy a frozen can of concentrated lemonade which is only about $1 for the generic brand and then you have a cheap, easy and delicious late summer or fall drink!


Super Easy Peach Lemonade

Recipe adapted from Momendeavors

1 12 oz can Frozen Concentrated Lemonade

5 small peaches (or 3 medium peaches) pealed and pitted

24 oz Water (2 cans)


Combine frozen concentrated lemonade, 2 cans of the empty lemonade container filled with water and the peaches in a blender.  Blend until combined.  Add ice until you reach your desired consistency.  You can serve this as a slushee or let the ice melt and serve it as a cold drink.

Summer Drink Peach Lemonade Recipe

This picture is taken the day after I made the drink.  I kept the leftovers in the fridge.  Could it be possible that it is better on the second day? I don’t know but it was still really yummy when I drank it on day 2 as well!

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Oreo Cream Cheese Frosting

Oreo Cream Cheese Frosting

When you don’t have time to make a cake (or cupcake in this case) from scratch, a good alternative is to focus on the frosting.  That way the cupcakes still have that homemade touch.  This time around I made a chocolate cupcake from a cake mix and topped it with a big helping of Oreo Cream Cheese frosting.  Oh ya. [Read more…]

Individual Chocolate Mousse & Cake Cups

Individual Chocolate Mousse & Cake Cups

These individual dessert cups have chocolate cake, chocolate mousse and vanilla mousse nicely packaged into a single serving.  I made them for my son’s Dashing Deer Party.   Even though they have 3 components, they are a semi-homemade dessert so they won’t take the whole week to make! [Read more…]

Chocolate Glazed Brownie Batter Cookies

Chocolate Glazed Brownie Batter Cookies

These cookies put all other cookies to shame.  Not only do they really taste like brownie batter but then they have the audacity to go and coat themselves in a not too sweet but oh so decadent chocolate glaze.   How can something taste so good? The only bad thing about this cookie is that once you eat it you will compare all other chocolate cookies to it and unfortunately for them they will all draw the short end of the stick. [Read more…]