Caramel Brownie Trifle

Caramel Brownie Trifle ~ Queue your iPod and get those running shoes ready, this one is a caloric count whopper.

Caramel Brownie Trifle

Caramel Brownie Trifle

If you are trimming down for bikini season, shield your eyes from this wondrous dessert that I spotted, I made and I devoured. And if the saying is true that sharing is caring, then here is my decadent find from Glorious Treats to you.

This recipe is made up of all your childhood favorites like brownies, chocolate pudding, whip cream, caramel sauce, and then topped with some Heath bar.  Pile it all into one dessert and your sweet tooth will be tingling with glee.

I have to admit, after salivating all over my computer screen from the picture I had extra incentive to try this recipe since I already had half the components made.

A few notes:

  • Hit the jump for the recipe to this Caramel Brownie Trifle Recipe from Glorious Treats.
  • I changed out the pudding for mousse and used the brownie recipe from my previous post, Chocolate Mousse Brownie Bites instead of boxed brownie.
  • If you need to trim even more time off this fast and easy dessert, forgo the box brownie mix  for some store bought brownie bites from Trader Joe’s or from your local grocer’s bakery section.

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  1. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    Oh yum, just yesterday I was thinking of a dessert I used to have in the London Beefeater restaurants years ago & how I could recreate it. This looks very similar, will have to try it out soon.

    BTW I for one won’t be worrying about the calorific content as I need to put on a little weight after suffering cancer so it’ll be a needy treat for me, not a guilty pleasure LOL.

  2. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonDeanna says

    Showing this to a pregnant woman WAS JUST MEAN (LOL) it looks amazing.. I want some for breakfast (now).

  3. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonAmy Davies says

    Wow, what a feast! I didn’t realise that something like this could be called a trifle either. I made a “modern trifle” earlier in the year on my blog, but it still had much of the classic components (booze, fruit, sponge fingers)… you’ve now got me wondering if there are a whole world of “other” trifles to be exploring!



  4. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    I’m not a food purist by any stretch, but I got so excited seeing the picture, and equally disappointed when I saw the “ingredients.”

    Thanks for the inspiring photo, though. My 5 year old and I are going to work on version without all the pre-packaged stuff.

    • Avatar for Naomi Robinson

      Naomi replied: — July 22nd, 2010 @ 7:35 pm

      Hi Mama B

      Like you, I tend to go towards the less boxed version. If you go for this route, use the brownies and mousse from my previous Chocolate Mousse Brownie Bites, trade the whip cream for white chocolate mousse from my Triple Threat Mousse post and for the caramel, follow recipe from my Salted Caramel Cheesecake Cups post. That should move all the components out of the boxed version.

  5. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    Oh my goodness this look sooo yummy!! I have been looking for recipes to put into the little shot glasses for a dessert bar and I think this would be perfect!! Can’t wait to try it!

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