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Heath Bar Salted Caramel Brownie Trifles
Posted By Kristan On April 8, 2013 @ 8:00 am In Brownies and Bars,Candy,Chocolate | 49 Comments
Guess what, y’all??
It’s Candy Bar Week up in herrr!!!
Why a classy lady like her is hanging out with a couple of nincompoops like us is beyond me, but I’ll take it.
All of our desserts this week will be centered around candy bars — either in their flavor combinations, as a main ingredient, OR homemade candy versions of your favorite store bought candy.
Because sometimes the baby is napping and you have a candy bar emergency and don’t want to wake her up to run to the store. Not that I speak from experience or anything.
For my first dessert this week, I decided to make Heath Bar Salted Caramel Brownie Trifles!!
Heath Bars are one of my most favorite candy bars. I like to bite the chocolate part off and save the toffee piece in a big chunk for last because I’m weird.
These sweet treats are layers of brownie, salted caramel, and whipped cream flecked with crunchy bits of crushed Heath Bars.
Don’t you want one?
I did mine in little jars, but you could also use mini trifle dishes, or make one large trifle.
These are seriously SERIOUSLY yum, and are incredibly easy to throw together.
I prefer fresh whipped cream, but you can use Cool Whip if that suits your fancy.
You can also use Heath Bits instead of crushing your own candy bars, but I liked the consistency of the ones I crushed myself -- there were big pieces, small pieces, and some bits that were crushed to nearly a powder...it reminded me of a Blizzard!!
Keep uneaten trifle in the refrigerator. These may be prepared ahead and covered in the fridge until serving time.
I’ll take twelve of each, thanks.
Enjoy and have a very happy Monday!!
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