Monday, January 2, 2012

Fudge & Kahlua Brownie Trifle

This recipe is a Christmas tradition in my family.  You can make it any time of year and, be sure and invite your favorite friends over to 'sample' it...they will love it!  This is very easy, elegant and, I promise, the trifle dish will be empty, after your guests depart. 

Fudge & Kahlua Brownie Trifle


1 box brownie mix, prepare per package directions
2 packages chocolate mousse mix, prepare according to package directions
1/2 package chocolate toffee pieces 
3/4 cup Kahlua (coffee liquor)
1 container, whipped topping (thawed)
*Garnish with ice cream fudge topping

Prepare the brownies and allow to cool in the pan.  Once cooled, cut up into 1-inch cubes.  Prepare the chocolate mousse mix. Place one half of the brownie cubes in the trifle dish.  Pour 1/3 cup of Kahlua over the brownies.  Layer one half of the chocolate mousse on top of the brownies.  Repeat this process and, then, top with whipped topping, toffee pieces and drizzle with fudge ice cream topping.  Chill for 4 hours or, can be made the night before and chilled overnight.  Serve cold.  *This is SO good!!!  

Here is the mousse mix that I used...very good!

Mixing up the mousse...doesn't this look so creamy and good?  Well, it is!!!

Adding the kahlua really makes this dessert so good...

Layer the brownies, (drizzled with kahlua) and the chocolate mousse, then repeat. 

Super easy...drizzle chocolate ice cream topping over the whipped topping and, you are done!

So delicious looking...refrigerate for 4 hours and, you are ready to grab a bowl and a spoon and, dig in! 

I hope you will prepare this easy and delicious dessert really soon!   Happy new year and, happy cooking!!!

Living With Flair,


Barbara said...

OMGosh is this thing legal because it looks and sounds absolutely sinful!Kahlua and chocolate what a fabulous combination. I am going to have to try this for Valentines day...I should be done with all of the Christmas goodies by then. Thank you for posting!!
Happy New Year!!!

RD Robertson said...

Thanks for the tips. Keep posting.