You really can't have too many recipes, ideas and inspirations to make and share at family dinner table, get togethers, parties and kids bake sales. This "Strawberry-Chocolate Trifle," recipe not only looks good, but is tastes great too. What a nice idea to put the little trifles in their own individual containers for people to have their own little treat to themselves! And good news for any celiacs or gluten free people, because these are actually gluten free! And you thought being gluten free meant that you might have to eat super boring and dull food all of the time. So not true! Trifles have been around for quite some time as well. They used to be primarily made from bread that had been soaked in alcohol or liqueur, and it was a nice treat for the adults after dinners. Now, it isn't soaked in alcohol unless you really want it to be, but this is so that any age and anyone can enjoy this dessert.
These individual serving strawberry chocolate trifle cups have lots of amazing ingredients that make it extra special. Some of the ingredients you will find in this lovely dessert include gluten free devils food cake mix, unsalted butter, eggs, gluten free vanilla instant pudding mix, calorie reduced whipped topping thawed and divided, sliced strawberries and chocolate syrup. To start preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Next you will prepare the cake mix according to the package directions and bake for the specified time. Pour the batter into an 8 inch square metal baking pan that is coated with cooking spray. Prepare the pudding mix in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk for two minutes, cover and chill for five minutes, folding in the whipped topping. Next you will want to cut the cooled cake into one inch squares. For the full recipe details you will want to take a look at the site. Doesn't that sound great?! I love that they are their own nice little sizes. People would just love these so much if you brought them to a party or something.
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