Chocolate Trifle

In addition to fabulous fruit trifles, recipes for choice chocolate trifles also make delectable desserts. Chocolate trifle may quickly become a family favorite.

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Black Forest Trifle

The Food Channel

This traditional German Black Forest Cake is made with fresh whipped cream and is decadently rich and juicy.

Chocolate Lover's Trifle

Better Homes and Gardens

For this traditional English-style dessert recipe, layer chocolate sponge cake, custard, and fresh berries in a beautiful glass bowl.

Chocolate-Caramel Trifle

Better Homes and Gardens

Black Forest Trifle

Diabetic Living

Sugar-free cake and pudding mixes are the secrets to making this cherry-studded dessert recipe low in calories, fat, and carbs.

Individual Brownie Trifles

Better Homes and Gardens
Total: 20 mins

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