This Irish Cream Mint Chocolate Trifle is a delicious combination of Irish Cream-soaked chocolate cake, mint-flavored whipped cream, pudding, and Andes chocolate mints. Come on in and I’ll share the recipe…
Do you know how hard it is to photograph mint and chocolate in a see-through dish and make it look attractive? These photos don’t do this beautiful dessert justice.
Here’s a quick Video of this Mint and Chocolate Trifle Dessert – to get you started…
I’m telling you, the cool mint mixed with rich chocolate is divine.
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Can you refrigerate a trifle?
You can refrigerate a loosely covered trifle for up to a few days. After that, the cake will get too soggy from the cream and pudding.
Can you freeze a trifle?
No. There are too many elements in the desert to freeze well.
Can you make a trifle ahead of time?
You can make every part of the trifle ahead of time except for the whipped cream. Do not pour the Irish Cream into the cake or make the whipped cream until about an hour or two before serving. You can then assemble the trifle, cover and refrigerate.Print
Irish Cream Mint Chocolate Trifle – Kid Friend Things To Do
Cool mint and rich chocolate make this the perfect dessert. Great for holiday parties and feeding a crowd.
- 1 package of devil’s food cake mix + ingredients on the box needed to mix the cake
- My box mix required…(1 cup of water, 1/3 cup of vegetable oil, 3 large eggs)
- 1 cup of refrigerated Irish Cream Coffee Flavoring
- 2 packages of chocolate pudding mix – 3.9 oz. each
- 3&1/2 cups of cold milk
- 2 cups of heavy whipping cream
- 1/2 cup of powdered sugar
- a couple of drops of green food coloring
- 1/2 t of peppermint extract
- Andes mint candies
- Use the directions on the boxed cake to mix, and bake in a 13×9 pan
- Using a straw, or skewer poke several holes in the cake
- Pour the Irish Cream over the cake
- Cover the cake and place in the refrigerator to soak in
- Meanwhile – make the pudding mix
- In a medium-sized bowl, add the cold milk to the pudding mix, stir and let set up
- While that is setting up – move over to your mixer
- Pour the whipping cream in the mixer, add the powdered sugar, food coloring, and extract
- Whip on high for about five minutes, or until cream is stiff
- Take the cake out of the fridge, and slice into cubes
- Let the layering begin…
- In a pretty ( see through if you have it) serving bowl – Layer
- Whipped Cream
- Whipped Cream
- Cover and Refrigerate until you are ready to serve, up to 1 day in advance
~Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do
Do you need more crowd-pleasing desserts that are easy to make?
Apple Crisp – This is just like an apple pie without the hard work of making crust
Or, how about Coconut Dream Bars?
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Could not find Irish cream coffee creamer. Can I use regular Irish cream?
Yes! The only thing to note is that Irish Cream usually contains liquor. If that’s not a problem, then I think it would be a delicious replacement. If you don’t want the liquor, then the ingredients for Irish Cream (Creamer) contains a mixture of heavy cream, milk, sugar, espresso, vanilla and almond extract, and cocoa powder