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Saturday, April 4, 2009

Chocolate Triffle Dessert Recipe

photo courtesy of Tupperware.com

Here is another great dessert recipe from Tupperware that your entire family will enjoy! Delicious!

Chocolate Triffle Dessert Recipe

Serves 16
Preparation Time: 15 minutes

1 (18.25 oz.) box chocolate cake mix
Eggs, oil, and water according to cake mix
1 (2.8 oz.) pkg. chocolate mousse; milk according to package
1 ½ cups heavy whipping cream
1 cup toffee bits

Place eggs, water, and oil in Quick Chef with paddle attachment. Add cake mix and blend until well mixed. Spray 8 ¼-Cup/ 2L Heat 'N Serve™ Oval Container with cooking spray. Pour cake batter into container. Microwave on high power 8-10 minutes until cake is slightly moist on top and toothpick tests clean when inserted into cake. Cool on a wire rack 5-10 minutes and turn out onto a rack and cool completely.

While cake is cooling, clean Quick Chef. Place milk and mousse mix in Quick Chef with paddle attachment; blend until whipped and light in color. Remove mousse to a small 6-Cup/ 1.4L Wonderlier® Bowl. Place whipping cream in Prep Essentials™ Mix-N-Stor® Plus Pitcher and whip until cream forms stiff peaks. Do not over-whip. Remove 1 cup of the cream for top of trifle and set aside. Reserve 2 tablespoons of toffee bits for top of trifle garnish. Cut cake into cubes and place on bottom of Ice Prism™ Large Bowl. Cover with a layer of prepared cream and sprinkle toffee bits over cream. Continue to layer cake cubes, cream, and toffee bits, ending with final cake layer. Top with reserved cream and toffee bits. Cover with seal and chill well before serving.


Lukeither Willingham said...

Shelly, I love the Chocolate Triffle Dessert Recipe, and now I can eat it guilt free...lol, given this new study.

"Sweet Truths About Chocolate
Cocoa flavonoids help to widen and relax blood vessels and may activate an enzyme that helps lower blood pressure, too. But remember to be calorie wise: A little bit of chocolate goes a long way. And dark chocolate is best." according to Real Age, http://www.realage.com/ct/eat-smart/food-and-nutrition/tip/8435

Abigail Leigh said...

This sounds super yummy...


Angie (Losing It and Loving It) said...

Oh my that recipe sounds divine. Just look at that chocolate. Yum!

Sophia M said...

I'm a chocoholic. This looks divine.

jean said...

nice recipes, yummy...

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Anonymous said...

I am so glad I found you! I was just telling my friend today that I am so tired of making the same thing week after week for dinner. Thanks

Healthy Dessert said...

Looks like a Super Yummy treat! Given the huge chocolate buff that I am, can't wait to try it... :)