CHOCOLATE TRIFLE CRUNCH - Sweet Snacks in Bite Sizes

I've been suffering from "sweet tooth" for the last few days and got on a dessert cooking binge. I went back to a few of my favorite tried and true recipes that I haven't done in a while - in fact, I haven't done this Chocolate Trifle recipe as long as I've had this blog. It was time to indulge myself again and the best part is this is a pretty easy recipe.

Traditional English Trifle involves true classic custard, lady fingers or sponge cake, whipped cream or and fresh fruit or fruit jams and, if a liqueur is used, sherry. This Chocolate Trifle Crunch is an Americanized version that uses chocolate cake, Kahlua, chocolate pudding and whipped cream with the crunch coming from Heath Bar bits.

The classic English Trifle is traditionally served in a large glass bowl so the layers are visible and for a regular sized dessert you can do the same with this Chocolate Trifle - however, to turn it into a "tiny food" simply spoon the layers into a martini glass or any clear glass that is wide enough to get a spoon into or an individual baking dish! I even done one layer of each in a Chinese soup spoon for a cocktail party once - Fun!

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