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A big ‘ol bowl of layered sweet treats!
Seriously, who can resist this delicious trifle? it’s made out of doughnuts and pumpkin mousse for heaven’s sake. You may think that this dessert is hard to make but it totally isn’t. In fact, it’s one of the easier desserts I’ve come across. If you can layer a bunch of sweet goodness in a punch bowl you can make this trifle. I find this dessert to be more on the seasonal side of things but who says you can’t make it whenever?
We are just around the corner from Christmas dinner and I think this lovely applesauce doughnut pumpkin mousse trifle is the perfect dessert to serve to my hungry friends and family.
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Recipe and image courtesy of Me Lady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: Leftovers of this dessert are uh-mazing!