Friday, August 2, 2013

Chocolate Heath Trifle Recipe (2 recipes)


1 (18.25 ounce) box chocolate cake mix
2 large boxes instant chocolate pudding
2 regular or 1 large size container Cool Whip
6 Heath bars


Bake chocolate cake as directed. Break cake into large pieces. Use half for bottom layer. Mix pudding as directed on box, then spread half of pudding over cake layer. Top with half of Cool Whip.
Break candy into small pieces. Use half of candy over Cool Whip. Then repeat layers. Top with remaining candy.

What You Need:
1 box of chocolate cake mix (You can use the gluten free kind, but I really like the fudge cake kind)
1/2 bag of mini heath chocolate bars, crushed
1/2 cup strong coffee
1 big box of instant pudding (I like pudding)
1 tub of whipped cream (I tried to substitute with coconut milk whipped cream, but if you don't serve it right away--- it's not so great)
1 trifle bowl (or several small ones)
  1. Make the chocolate cake per box instructions. Set on counter to cool.
  2. Make pudding to pudding directions. Refrigerate until ready to use.
  3. Unwrap the health bars and put them in a plastic bag. Beat them to death with something. You want a few bigger chunks, but a lot of little crumbs. 
  4. Now gather everything together with the trifle bowl and begin layering.
1st layer: Crumbled up about 1/3 of the chocolate cake--- enough to fill up a 1/4 of the bowl or so
2nd layer: Pour half the coffee over the cake
3rd layer: Half the pudding, delicious pudding.
4th layer: Whipped Cream
5th layer: Heath bar crumbles
And repeat


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