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Death by Chocolate Trifle Dessert

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Ingredients

1 box brownie mix, prepared according to directions on box
2 boxes (1.5 ounces each) instant chocolate pudding
12 ounces non-dairy whipped topping
6 to 9 partially crushed Heath or Skor candy bars
1 maraschino cherry

Instructions

Prepare and bake brownies according to package directions. Cool and break into 1-inch chunks. Prepare pudding according to package directions using 3 1/2 cups milk. Layer in a large clear glass trifle bowl in this order: 1/3 of brownie chunks, 1/3 pudding, 1/3 whipped topping and 1/4 crushed candy. Repeat layers two times, ending with crushed candy bars. Place a maraschino cherry in the middle for presentation; chill. Serves 16-20.

Carol Johnson
New Windsor




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