Sunday, November 20, 2011

Sweet Sunday

Pumpkin and apple pies might be classic, but this deliciously sinful dessert puts a chic (and mouthwatering) spin on tradition. You can make in a glass trifle bowl or for individual servings that look super fancy with little effort, serve in wine glasses. Or for larger groups and easy clean-up, dish into plastic cups. Any way you serve it, you can be grateful wont have you slaving in the kitchen for hours.

~Pumpkin Bread Trifle~

1 loaf of Pumpkin Bread
1 package of Toffee bits (found at store by the chocolate chips)
1 jar Caramel ice cream topping
1 qt Whipping Cream
1 1/2 c Brown Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla


1) Purchase a loaf of pumpkin bread or make your own. Trader Joes has a yummy pumpkin bread mix.
2) Cut loaf into cubes.
3) Whip the whipping cream adding in the brown sugar and vanilla.
4) Create trifle by layering ingredients. Start by placing half of the pumpkin bread cubes in the bottom of the trifle dish. Put the bread and other ingredients around the edge so the layers can be seen through the glass.
5) Drizzle caramel sauce over the pumpkin bread.
6) Sprinkle toffee bits over the bread and caramel.
7) Spread a generous layer of the whipped topping over the pumpkin bread.
8) Repeat all of the above for the second layer. Garnish with toffee bits.
9) Refrigerate a few hours before serving.

Hope this ends your weekend on a sweet note! Happy {beginning} of Thanksgiving week. xo

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