This brownie trifle recipe is a family favorite. My mother in law makes it at least once a year for a holiday or birthday celebration. You make it with rich, soft brownies, crunchy bits of toffee, creamy chocolate pudding, and a fresh whipped topping. It's actually really quick to put together and everyone loves it.
Brownies are the favorite dessert in our house. My kids beg me to make them at least once a week and we always have them at a family get together. This recipe just takes them to a whole other level. My mother in law gave me this brownie trifle recipe and she makes it at least once during the holidays. There is never any left because we all go back for seconds. It chocolate heaven if you are into that sort of thing! Hey who's not into chocolate seriously unless you are allergic. You can also change it up a bit if you want to use Snicker bars or mini Reeses peanut butter cups instead of Heath bars. You can also do chocolate chip cookies instead or brownies or change up the pudding flavors. It's a totally versatile dessert.My mother in law usually adds a little kick to her brownie trifle recipe by brushing the brownies with a coffee liqueur but you can leave it off for the kids if you prefer. It's the perfect recipe for everyone in the family and either way it's decadent and delicious. A trifle is an easy layered dessert that really looks stunning when you bring it to your table or dessert buffet. It's best to let it chill in the fridge for about eight hours before you serve it so it's a great make-ahead dessert.