So who knew that my last trifle could illicit such joyous and hateful comments at the same time. Yikes. Guess it just shows that you can’t please everyone…
I know I’ve made my fair share of gluttonous dishes but this one might top them all.
A conversation on the phone between my hubby and I.
John: “Hey honey, I’m at Costco do you need anything?”
Me: “Yeah. Pick me up a box of Reese’s peanut butter cups.”
John: “A whole box.”
John: “You realize there are 36 Reese’s candy bars in a box.”
John: “That’s 72 individual cups total. Why do you need 72 cups?”
Me: “I’m making a dessert.”
John: “You need all of them?”
Me: “No, but I’ll find a home for the others.” He he
If I had to choose one dessert that I hope is in heaven…it might be this….and then maybe it would be calorie free. I made this delicious Peanut Butter Cup Trifle for Bunko. Yes, another trifle. We play Bunko at a country club so by the time I had transported the trifle in my HOT car it wasn’t as cold as I would have liked to eat it. You really want to have it chilled and it almost tastes better the next day. You really want to fix this for a crowd because it is pretty rich and you can only eat a little…unless you are me.
Now off to your treadmill because this beauty’s going to cost you…
4.5 from 4 votes
Peanut Butter Cup Trifle
This peanut butter cup trifle is so decadent you'll have to share.
19x13 pan of baked brownies, cut into 1 inch pieces
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