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Sep 10

Brownie Berry Pudding Trifle with Tasty Treats Linky #1

Tasty Treats Link Up

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Welcome to the first Tasty Treats Link Up here at Simply Helping Him!

A HUGE part in being a Help Meet is to cook for our husbands and families. I tend to get tired of the same recipes, and love to find new ones! So I’m hosting a party here on Tuesdays, so I can find some yummy recipes to try out! I hope you will be encouraged to try new things with your family as well!

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A lot of the recipes that I will be sharing are non-dairy, because my daughter and I are allergic to dairy. Most of them can be made exactly as written with dairy milk. If I know they can not, I will be sure to note that in my recipe.

The recipe I am sharing today can be made as a non-dairy dessert just by using Coconut Milk (Rice Milk does not work fyi) for the Instant Jello Pudding. It will not set as hard without dairy milk. One great thing is that you will not notice any coconut flavor in the dessert at all either. Please note that I checked the store brand pudding and found that they had dairy in them.

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Brownie Berry Pudding Trifle

Ingredients/Grocery Shopping List

(1) Instant Jello Chocolate Pudding (2 Cups of Milk needed)

(1) Instant Jello Vanilla Pudding (2 Cups of Milk needed)

(1) Quart of Fresh Strawberries

(1) Package of Brownie Mix (Oil, Water & Eggs needed)

 

 Step One

Bake brownies according to package directions. Cool, cut and place spaced out in the bowl.

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Step Two

Mix pudding according to package directions. Refrigerate for a minimum of 5 min. using dairy milk. If you use coconut milk then I recommend 30-45 min. of refrigeration. The reduced fat content of coconut milk means that it doesn’t thicken up as quickly as dairy milk does.

(I choose to cover the bowls with plastic to prevent the top from getting hard.)
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Step Three

Clean strawberries and slice.

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Step Four

Create your dessert by layering all of your ingredients.

Brownies, Vanilla Pudding, Strawberries, Chocolate Pudding, etc.

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Step Five

Make your last layer strawberries and enjoy! Bon Appetite!

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Without further adieu…..link up your tasty treats below!

 



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  1. Chris

    Your treat looks amazing! Thanks for sharing…and thank you for hosting TTT!

    God bless
    Chris recently posted..Twelve Years Later and Irrevocably Changed~ 9/11 in Photos and QuotesMy Profile

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      You’re very welcome! I’m excited to see this link up grow! :) Thank you for stoppin by! Blessings!

  2. Angel

    I don’t have a recipe to share but I will wish you a wonderful day. Hope you get lots of new things to try.
    Angel
    Angel recently posted..My Treasure HuntMy Profile

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      Thanks for stoppin by! Blessings!

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