Tuesday, November 22, 2011

[TESTING ] Rapberry Fudge Mocha Mousse Trifle Recipe

Hello !!! Hello!!!

I found this recipe in the paper

and decided to test it out.

I will first go through it step by step and then I will give you my final thoughts on it.

Here is basically the ingredients.

Trifle dish, angle food cake, jar of Smuckers Raspberry Preserves, Smuckers Hot Fudge, A big thing of cool whip, 1/2 cup of coffee, and a package of fresh raspberries.

It calls for 2 regular containers of cool whip or 1 large one.

Here are the Preserves and Hot Fudge

Raspberries - I rinsed them in the package

1/2 cup of strong coffee

And a pre made Angle Food Cake

First off,

cut the angle food cake in about 1 inch cubes. Remember to use a serrated knife

and sit aside.

Next up..

measure out 3/4 of the raspberry preserves

and then take out a few of the raspberries

and set aside.

With the remainder berries

add them to the



and set aside.

Then take a the hot fudge

and add a couple table spoons to a baggie

push it down to the corner and

set aside

In a large bowl

take add the

hot fudge then

add the coffee

and then start

mixing until

smooth. Then take

half the cool whip and

fold in.

until mixed.

At this point,

add 1/2 the angle food cake to the trifle dish

and then add 1/2 of the chocolate mouse.

Then add

raspberry mixture on top of the moose

and carefully spread around.

add the remaining angle food cake

( top view ) and then

add the rest of the mouse.

Then take the rest of the

whipped cream and add it to the top.

Then take the remainder of the preserves and

for a few seconds to thin it out.

Same with the hot fudge.

Then cut the corner of the bag so you can drizzle it over the top.

Yea.. not too pretty..

I was hoping it would at least taste good.

Well.. I served it up to my friends and we all pretty much had the same thoughts on it..


Besides that it was good. I think 2 jars would have been better and I wouldn't drizzle anything over it. The Raspberries on top would be just fine. I wanted to follow the recipe but everyone who had it last night, thought it needed a little tweaking!

Let me know if you saw this recipe and intend on trying it!

K Jaggers

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