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Good vs. Evil Strawberry Trifle (Angel Food Cake & Devils Food Pudding)

Posted by Stacey @ Savory & Sweet on April 30, 2012 at 10:40 AM

Who doesn't love a trifle? Layer upon layer of any dessert goodness of your own choosing? It doesn't get much better than that. This will satisfy all of your sweet tooth senses. Fudgy brownie, soft angel food cake, decadent devils food pudding, whipped cream...I know, you're already drooling! :)

Recipe Courtesy of Amy Florentino.


Ingredients

1 Box Angel Food Cake, baked per directions on box

1 3.5oz Box Devil's Food Pudding, made to directions on box

1 Box Brownie Mix, baked to directions on box

1 8oz Container Cool Whip

1 16oz Container Strawberries, sliced

1 Heath Crunch Bar, crushed

Directions

Bake angel food cake & brownies according to directions on box. (Tip: Slightly undercook brownies so they come out extra gooey and fudgey.) Once out of oven, set aside to cool. In a bowl combine ingredients to make devils food pudding, and leave aside. In a trifle dish, start with a layer of angel food cake. It's ok to cut up pieces into size that fit. Next, a layer of brownies, and then a layer of pudding, just enough to spread. Spread some whipped cream on top, again just enough to spread, and then a layer of sliced strawberries. Sprinkle enough of the crushed heath bar to cover. Continue layers until filled to the top, but end with the whipped cream on top. Place the rest of the sliced strawberries all over the top with a sprinkle of the rest of the heath bar. Keep refridgerated until ready to serve, and then dig in!!!

Categories: Desserts

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2 Comments

Reply Jen @ The Scrumptious Pumpkin
10:17 AM on May 1, 2012 
Wow, this sounds so decadent and delicious! And beautiful too :)
Reply Stacey @ Savory & Sweet
7:25 AM on May 2, 2012 
Thanks Jen! My friend Amy did a fabulous job! And it tastes as delicious as it looks!