This is a long awaited recipe that I have been meaning to share with you all. Chocolate Pumpkin Trifle…. Mmmmmm!
Are you a fan of trifles? I never used to be… I mean I’m not really a fan of whipped cream. But of course you know there is always an exception to the rule. I was introduced to this recipe a last year during Thanksgiving. My sister-in-law had found this recipe on EveryDay with Rachael Ray. I was a little skeptical when she was making it but I said you know what I’ll give it a chance…. oh boy am I happy I did.
Now yes it does have pumpkin, but the beautiful thing is that you can’t even taste it. Its mixed with marshmallow fluff and homemade whip cream, so don’t let that deter you from making it. Also it’s layered with chocolate wafers that once put in the fridge allows them to get soft and just soak in with the homemade pumpkin cream and chocolate cream. Last but not least between each layer is crushed toffee…. YEP, that’s right and of course I like to have toffee in each bite so make sure you sprinkle a lot! 🙂
This Chocolate Pumpkin Trifle is such a hit that it has become one of my go to desserts to make for dinners, Teacher Luncheons, and house parties. Such a yummy treat, that my son who does not like pumpkin LOVES it!
The ingredients needed are chocolate wafers, toffee, heavy cream, canned pumpkin, marshmallow fluff, and semi-sweet chocolate.
Start off by making the pumpkin mousse…
Next make the chocolate mousse…
Now put it all together…
Look at all of those layers…. Mmmmmm
Enjoy and see you next time!
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