Happy Valentine’s Day! We like Valentine’s Day, but we keep the holiday simple. We usually make a special meal at home, which of course includes dessert. This year we are celebrating the day of love with a Berry Brownie Trifle.
We used our favorite King Arthur Flour fudge brownies for the base of our trifle. We layered brownies, mixed berries, raspberry jam, and whipped cream to create this decadent trifle. We topped the dessert off with extra berries and chocolate shavings. I love making trifles because they are easy to make, but stunning to serve.
We made one individual trifle to share, I know, we are so romantic, but feel free to make a large one to serve a crowd. If you are looking for a special dessert to serve to your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day, make a Berry Brownie Trifle. You will for sure earn brownie points:)
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Happy Valentine’s Day!
Berry Brownie Trifle
- Brownies cut into chunks
- Mixed berries if using frozen berries defrost before using
- Raspberry jam
- Whipped Cream
- Chocolate Shavings
- 1. Place brownie chunks in the bottom of a trifle dish. Add a few berries and drizzle raspberry jam over the berries. Add a layer of whipped cream. Continue layering until you reach the top of the trifle dish. Add a few berries on top and finish with chocolate shavings.
Have you tried this recipe?
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Adorable and romantic!
Delicious! I was thinking of doing something similar tonight with the brownies we have left over from our dinner party. Have a great Valentine’s. 🙂
What a perfect Valentine’s dessert!
Berries, cream, brownies — you can’t go wrong with those. Love this, Maria! Happy Valentine’s Day!
This is such a pretty dessert! I hope you and Josh have a wonderful Valentine’s Day.
A lovely and simple dessert. The berries and chocolate shavings look yummy! Happy Valentine’s Day to you both. 🙂
Mmmm. I love this. So rustic and beautiful.
Love the simplicity and sheer delectability of this dessert! Hopefully you saved some for me . . . I’m coming over . . . 😉
I adore trifles because they are so easy yet impressive, and this one is gorgeous! I love that you made one to share, so cute 🙂
What a fabulous trifle! Uses one of my fav brownie recipes, too! Happy Valentine’s Day! Berries, cream and brownies. What could be better?!
This looks amazing… what a great Valentine’s day treat!
Happy Valentine’s Day! I love trifles too. And yours looks wonderfully decadent. Perfect for a chocolate holiday like this one.
Yum! I love trifle desserts!
This looks fabulous! Happy Valentine’s Day!
You know I’m not a huge fan of trifle but I think if I put brownies in it, I’ve have a totally different opinion! Looks wonderful.
This is what I love about ur recipes Maria, everytime I look at them and go, “oh that’s so simple n I guess I have everything needed in my pantry!!”
That’s another one of your easy and decadent recipes and the more berries n chocolates for dessert the better!
This looks so delicious! I wish I saw it before Valentine’s Day… But it can totally be for any day!! I love trifles 🙂
I don’t know why I never think to make a trifle! This looks so delicious! I love berries and chocolate!
I’m planning on making a treat where I cut out little pieces of chocolate pound cake and was wondering what to do with the scaps (besides snack on them). Trifle! Why didn’t I think of that? Hope you guys had a good Valentine’s Day.
Maria, that’s beautiful! I’ve never thought to make a trifle with leftover brownies…thank you!
This looks amazing Maria! I love trifles. They are so fun to have and to serve.
Hope you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day!
Wow Maria! This looks amazing! I love trifles!!
Gorgeous! I need to check out that strawberry-hot cocoa recipe, too! Mmm.
Mmm delish! Stumbled and pinned!
What a delicious dessert!!
I love how pretty and easy trifles are and yours looks fabulous!
ah the wonders of a trifle…this looks delicious
How can anyone not love this? This looks wonderful! It’s so simple, pretty and looks delicious! What kind of jam do you use ? Do you use sugar-free ones?
Made 50 of these little beauties last night for a church group. They were a huge hit! (I also added some hot fudge to the layers. Can’t have too much chocolate, I say!)
I love the hot fudge idea! Glad they were a hit!
Man! Love it! I sometimes serve Ree’s baked fudge with berries and cream in the summer, but not layered.
CAn this be made the day before?
You can make the brownies and whipped cream the day before and have all of the prep work done, but I would assemble it the day of.
Thank you, I am glad I waited waited. I was a little worried with the raspberries.
Can you make ahead of time like the day before ?
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