Brownie Trifle

Divert your eyes if you're on a diet! The rest of you hold on to your forks and spoons, this Brownie Trifle will knock your socks off!

What better way to share the love than preparing a show stopper of a dessert for Valentine's Day! This Brownie Trifle has layers of homemade strawberry sauce, fresh strawberries, decadent brownie pieces and two different flavors of whipped cream. I chose the Litehouse® Chocolate Dip for one delicious layer. The dip doubles as a stabilizer for the whipped cream. Regular whipped cream will turn into a runny mess in a hurry. This is the same chocolate dip you'll find me and the kids dipping our bananas and strawberries in. We are huge fans! The other whipped cream layer in the trifle a is perfectly paired vanilla. Classic flavors pulled together in a crowd feeding dessert!

There is nothing overly complicated about this brownie trifle but you'll want to give yourself a head start and prepare the brownies and strawberry sauce the night before you assemble the trifle. All layers should be cooled completely. To speed up the process no one will judge if you quickly run to the store and buy a fully prepared slab of brownie. I could see myself doing the same next time and possibly using a cherry pie filling for the bottom layer. The best thing about a trifle is the options are endless! We gave some trifle away and kept the rest for ourselves for a completely indulgent weekend. I recommend consuming the trifle within two days of assembly. 

Brownie Trifle

Serves 10 | Finish in 30 minutes

If you're on a diet, look away! If you're not - grab a spoon because you're going to love this chocolate goodness!


  • 1 box Brownie Mix, prepared as directed
  • 1 600g. bag Frozen Sliced Strawberries + splash of water
  • 2 tbsp. Sugar          
  • 2 c. Heavy Cream
  • 1 tub Litehouse® Chocolate Flavored Dip
  • 1 c. Vanilla Pudding
  • 1 c. Sliced Fresh Strawberries
  • To garnish: whipped cream, chocolate shavings, strawberries and mint


Day before serving

  1. Prepare and cool your favorite boxed mix brownie or homemade recipe.
  2. Cut the brownies into 1 inch squares and set aside.
  3. In a medium sauce pan bring the frozen strawberries, water and sugar to a boil. Cook and stir for five minutes. Cool completely in the fridge.

To assemble:

  1. Whip the heavy cream until stiff peaks form. Scoop out half into another bowl and add the chocolate yogurt dip to one half of the whipped cream and the vanilla pudding to the other half. Fold each mixture lightly.
  2. Slice the fresh strawberries.
  3. In the bottom of a trifle bowl or large serving bowl place the entire cooled strawberry sauce.
  4. Lay a layer of fresh strawberries over top and place a layer of brownies over the slices.
  5. Scoop all the vanilla whipped cream over top of the brownies.
  6. Layer the rest of the fresh strawberries over the cream and then the remaining brownie pieces.
  7. Finally top with the chocolate whipped cream.
  8. Decorate the top with whipped cream, chocolate shavings, strawberries and mint.
  9. Refrigerate until serving. 

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