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    This recipe came in an email this morning from my Pampered Chef Consultant. "Coffee liqueur makes a bold statement in this dramatic dessert. If desired, use our nonalcoholic variation, as shown in our Cook's Tip."

    Recipe #341124

    An impressive make-ahead layered apple dessert - simply delicious!! From Eagle Brand -

    Recipe #335633

    This is a great dessert for the fall time of year. It looks especially nice done in a glass fluted bowl or a footed raised one. It's very light in taste but also has a certain richness. Yummy!! Feel free to use regular instant butterscotch pudding in place of the SF.

    Recipe #250442

    A super simple dessert to throw together, some banana slices are also good added to this.

    Recipe #334241

    This is the trifle I came up with that is made with jmelyn's Recipe#71732. I sort of combined different pieces of different trifle recipes until I came up with one that I loved. Hope you like it too! The pumpkin bread is what makes it fabulous.

    Recipe #333116

    The following recipe, which took second place in The News Tribune's blackberry contest, is from Don Senecal, Ruston, Wa. The cooking time is chilling time. Sounds yummy.

    Recipe #330289

    Another recipe adapted from a cookbook set I received in the Cookbook Swap 2008 from Midwest Maven. A little different than the other peanut butter trifles posted here. Again, cook time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #330251

    1 Reviews |  By Ria Bia

    This recipe is one of my favorites and it is the easiest thing I have ever made. It is the dessert to make for chocolate cravings.

    Recipe #327006

    This is one of the best trifles, angel food cake, fruit, and then a delicious light whipped fluff in between the layers, this is SO DELICIOUS!!!! This can be completely prepared well in advance and refrigerated until serving which makes this the perfect dessert to serve to guests. You can change the fruit to whatever you like and use whatever flavor pudding mix you like, you could use a chocolate angel food cake instead of the white. Make certain to soak the banana slices in the pineapple juice for about 5-8 minutes so they will not turn brown. This can really be layered anyway you desire, you will get rave reviews when you serve this to family or friends!

    Recipe #216377

    I got this recipe from "The Mike and Matty Show" -- does anyone remember it (vintage 1994). It is very easy and very yummy! Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #18079


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