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I Can’t Even Begin To Tell You How Much I LOVE This Trifle!
I am a huge fan of peanut butter pie, mmkay? My mother has a wonderful recipe for this luscious pie that she makes every year over the holidays.
But peanut butter pie isn’t the only dessert I’m crazy about, so when I started planning for my holiday menu, I knew I wanted something a bit more. There is nothing wrong with mom’s peanut butter pie but I thought I could add to the awesomeness. So, I searched for something similar to peanut butter pie and came across this glorious recipe for peanut butter fudge brownie trifle over at Bad Day Be Gone Baking!
Guys, I can’t even begin to tell you how good this dessert is. It’s rich, fudgy, and decadent. I for one think that peanut butter and chocolate go hand in hand so this trifle, in my opinion, is a real winner. I made it last week as an experiment to see how my family liked it and they LOVED it. Needless to say, I will be serving this yummy dessert over the holidays.
Recipe and image courtesy Bad Day Be Gone Baking.
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Quick Tip: For individual servings, layer this in dessert bowls or a muffin tin!