Dessert at the McGills: Turtle Trifle 

A few weeks back I found this great recipe and made sure to tuck it away for Father’s Day. It so quick and easy I managed to make it start to finish during Monkey’s afternoon nap.

It only requires a few simple ingredients and thankfully I can substitute box brownies from scratch ones so which made everything a lot less messy and a little easier. 


I started by making the brownies and allowing them to cool,  then crumbling about half the pan, and divided that half into the bottom of some all purpose glasses.


The covered with a sweet whipped cream, Caramel and crushed peanuts


Then repeat for you finished product 


This was the perfect Father’s Day dessert to go along with our barbecue Pizza!

Recipe 

Sweet Whipped Cream

  • 8oz cream cheese
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 2 tablespoons flavoured cream

Trifle 

  • 1 Pan of brownies 
  • Caramel and chocolate sauce
  • Crushed pecans 
  • Sweet whipped cream
  1. Whip together ingredients for the Sweet Whipped Cream.
  2. Crumble bownies and divide evenly into the 4 classes
  3. Divide half the sweet whipped cream into the glasses 
  4. Cover with caramel and pecans
  5. Repeat steps 2-5
  6. Add chocolate sauce

Makes 4 servings 
Fir the post that inspired this treat click here 

When did you bake for Father’s Day? Does the dad in your life have a sweet tooth? Let me know in the comments below!

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4 thoughts on “Dessert at the McGills: Turtle Trifle 

  1. Justine @ Little Dove says:

    Oh yum, caramel and chocolate are one of my favorite combos. I made a cherry pie for Father’s Day because we had a ton of cherries that needed to get used up but anything chocolate is usually my dessert go-to!

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