Can we please return our focus to Valentine’s dessert, now that football, face-stuffing snacks and 3.8M dollars commercials have passed? Let me grab your attention with this brownie trifle that easily comes together in just 20 minutes.
Look at at how pretty they are, yo. Yo? Yeah, I know, but I’m like that sometimes–inconsistent and without an editor. If you are a regular reader you’ve seen it. If you are here for the first time, warning: I once wrote, “Place human in oven”. I don’t even remember what I meant to write, but then that’s another one of my annoyances. It’s been described by one of my friends as “Swiss cheese memory”.
Luckily my friends are gentle with their all-season pass to make fun of me. I don’t fault them. In fact for the most part, I join them in the disbelief when we corresponding back and forth via text or Twitter’s DM. Let’s just attribute my sometimes-indecipherable writing to massive multi-tasking fails.
As for the switch, in language style ranging from yo, hey, redonk, and all the other incongruent speak as related to my normal everyday language usage – well, just go with me. Editing and self-examination sounds like a lot of work and I don’t have time to take on another project. My apologies and thank you, everyone, for being a reader of my random thoughts and sugar spinnings because hella you can go anywhere for a better time.
In fact I’m sending you to one now. Hit the jump to Better Homes and Garden’s for the recipe.
Regina @ SpecialtyCakeCreations says
These trifles look soo cutsie in the shot glasses! And yeah, bring on the Valentine’s treats!
Katrina @ In Katrina's Kitchen says
Lori @ RecipeGirl says
These are just beautiful.
So pretty, makes me so excited for Valentine’s Day! 🙂
Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
Pretty trifles, love those glasses!
Reem | Simply Reem says
Really Beautiful…. I think I have lost my words here..LOL
I want this in my mouth. I dig trifles and brownies and raspberries are perfect together. Now please.
Jenny Flake says
Oooo Naomi, these are stunning! Love!!
Denise @ Sweet Peas and Saffron says
Place human in oven? That’s hilarious! I judge not…I also have a chronic case of swiss cheese brain. This trifle is beautiful and looks absolutely delicious!
Miss @ Miss in the Kitchen says
Trifles are the best and this one looks so great for Valentine’s Day!
Jen @ Savory Simple says
Absolutely gorgeous, Naomi!
These are so pretty!
Nancy P.@thebittersideofsweet says
Saw this first over on Pinterest. Already a hit. They look so beautiful and yummy at the same time! Another great job.
They look very pretty indeed! Just wow 🙂
Allie @ The Nutritional Epiphany says
Cute cute cute! I love the aerial perspective photograph… I need to learn how to do that! Unrelated to the trifles, I burst out laughing at the “place human in oven” comment.
These look brilliant! So pretty and combine two of my favourite things- brownies and raspberries! Yum!
Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet says
So gorgeous and festive! LOVE!
Kiran @ KiranTarun.com says
Pretty layers of deliciousness!
These do look cute! I love that you can see all of the layers in the glasses, so pretty.
Oh my goodness! I love trifles, and these just look so gorgeous! Well done. They are the perfect romantic treat.
I was thinking of making these for a dinner party on the 16th. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar says
This sounds so lovely!!
Nicole @ Lapetitebaker says
A quick and easy dessert for Valentines Day, how perfect!
I think I’m officially in love with every dessert photo of yours that I’ve seen. They’re always so beautifully composed and the desserts look so decadently delicious that I’m jealous I wasn’t the one who made them. These trifles are no exception, and I lovvve the simple combination of chocolate, cream, and raspberries.
P.S. I totally agree that now that the Superbowl is over, we should get back to V-day desserts. And I’m also the same way where when I write posts, random words and phrases come out of my mind. I think it’s better that way though; otherwise, things get boring!
julia [life on churchill] says
um, yum! my husband doesn’t have a big sweet tooth but I’m pretty sure he’d like this. pinned 🙂
Word!! I love the language uses and the desserts. You rock!