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    A recipe from FC that I have yet to try.

    Recipe #256935

    Easy to put together & always popular. Prep time doesn't include cooling time for cake.

    Recipe #104473

    1 Reviews |  By Courtly

    A delicious homemade lemon pudding layered with a rich, cream cheese layer... topped off with a crunchy pecan struesel. From taste of home. Chilling time not included.

    Recipe #294461

    My whole family enjoys the taste of lemon, and I was looking for a cool refreshing dessert for a family dinner after my son's baseball tourney. I couldn't find what I wanted, so I took some from here, some from there, and this is what I came up with.

    Recipe #306764

    Here's a yummy dessert that won't hurt your waistline... and it's pretty enough for company! Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #19693

    My DH's favorite dessert of all time. Easy, lovely, and most importantly, tasty! ** Cook time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #449834

    After searching the internet for a trifle that resembled a S'more, I decided it was really easy to just come up with one myself! It got rave reviews at our office luncheon!

    Recipe #91761

    You can use either a homemade angel food cake or a store bought one. Super easy to prepare and the dish always come home licked clean. Works especially well when you need to prepare dessert for a large number of people.

    Recipe #119204

    2 Reviews |  By Carmine

    I wanted to use my new trifle dish but couldn't find a recipe that suited what I was craving so I made up this recipe. Our company loved it!

    Recipe #170822

    I found this recipe on the internet and am planning to make it for the 4th of July! Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #174276

    9 Reviews |  By yooper

    This elegant dessert is a fitting finale to any special dinner or Holiday meal. To save time and elbow grease, you can sub a bag of Heath bar pieces for the chopped bars. If you want to kick this up a notch, brush the layers with a coating of your favorite liquer before frosting!

    Recipe #79162

    3 Reviews |  By Bev

    Prep time included chilling time. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #59865

    This is a recipe I made using another one and adjusting to suit my needs for a cooking class. It's delicious and impressive!!

    Recipe #140007

    My two favorite flavors are chocolate and raspberry...put them together with cheesecake and WOWWEE!!!!! This is awesome :) (Chill time not included)

    Recipe #27175

    Do you like chocolate? You have to try this one. You really won't die, but you will think you have died and go to heaven. The prep time includes making the cake.

    Recipe #29926

    A very easy, yet gives the impression that you fussed! A big hit at picnics, offices parties, or any old get together.

    Recipe #27082

    Very easy to put together. This is trifle, and not the same as the Tiramisu dish we all know. A high dish will give you three layers, in a low dish you will probably end up with two. The recipe I found in a magazine, the recipe there uses 2 cups of custard but I like to use three, it is really to taste. Here in the Netherlands we can buy the custard ready made in cartons (vanille vla) If that is not the case in your part of the world you will have to make the custard or use a vanilla instant pudding.

    Recipe #61380

    I created this recipe because I love the flavors of strawberries and chocolate. This is awesome! Pretty simple to make also. Time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #94475

    7 Reviews |  By Lubie

    WARNING: This stuff is rich and delicious. Prep time does not include brownie preparation, but does include chill time.

    Recipe #43542

    34 Reviews |  By s'kat

    Ultra-decadent and ultra-easy! Break this one out on special occasions or when you want to wow a crowd! Prep time includes refrigeration time! recipe courtesy allrecipes.com

    Recipe #17811

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