Saturday, November 21, 2009

Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle: LWC

This week's Lazy Weekend Concoction:

Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle

Hello All! I have an AMAZING recipe for you! This recipe was forwarded to me by a family member (Thanks Aunt Carol!!) It is by Paula Deen, and it is so easy to make. This would make a great Sunday evening dessert! It has to be put in the refrigerator overnight, so it would be great for after Sunday dinner!

I got up VERRRRRRYYY early today to make this for tonight, and it was simple to make, it looks pretty and sofisticated, and taste yummy! You can't lose!

Use Betty Crocker Gingerbread Mix.

Bake Gingerbread according to directions on box. Set aside to cool.

Use Cook & Serve vanilla pudding. Cook according to recipe on box.  Mix on stovetop, bring to boil, and set aside to cool.

After it cools, set ingredients aside. Once cooled, you will combine pumpkin, brown sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla pudding. (not yet!)

Once cooled, take gingerbread cake, break into small pieces and place on bottom of trifle bowl

Now, combine the brown sugar, pumpkin, cinnamon, and pudding.

Then, layer the mix on top of gingerbread in trifle bowl.

Next, place Coolwhip on top of pudding mix.

Repeat the layering process until the trifle bowl is full!

To top it off, place one last layer of Coolwhip on top, sprinkle gingerbread cookies/crumbs on top. I sprinkled cinnamon, nutmeg, and pumpkin pie spice on top.


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