Monster Chocolatey Trifle

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It’s amazing how once the kiddos enter school our weekends around holidays like Halloween are filled with fun parties! Of course we don’t like to attend empty handed and we are all about going with the theme! For a recent party I had the family take a this fun Halloween Party Recipe: Monster Chocolatey Trifle! It’s all about the sweet treats for halloween anyways, right? Plus this treat is one the whole family can help make and create!

Make one for your next party Here is how I did mine!
Follow my directions in this video:

What I love about trifles is how creative and easy they are to make. You can add your favorite sweet ingredients to make your own!

Here is the list of ingredients I used for this Halloween Treat!


– 1 Pillsbury Funfetti Bold Purple Cupcake & Cake Mix
– 20 Fun Size Snickers
-Hershey’s Halloween Monster Bag Assorted Candy
– 1 Baker’s Semi-Sweet Baking Chocolate Bar
– 1 Hershey Chocolate bar
– 2 Jell-O Instant Chocolate Pudding
– 1 row of Oreo Cookies
– 1 Deep Glass Bowl for Trifle
Crazy Eye Stickers

-Have pudding and cake already made.
-Crumble the cake for easy layering
-In a food processor finely grind separately the Oreo’s and the Baker’s chocolate bar
-In food processor chop up the snickers until a sticky rice crispy like texture.
-Layer the ingredients: Pudding, Cake, Snickers and repeat.
-Leave room at the top and layer Baker’s Chocolate and Oreo’s
-Layer the Baker’s chocolate then the Oreo to make a dirt graveyard effect!

Fun part for kids
Take some candy from the Monster Bag! There are chocolates and lollipops using the eye stickers make them into monsters! Insert them in to your Trifle, add some chocolate hershey rectangles as doors or tombstones and you are ready to take to a party!

Get inspired to make your own! Pin our Trifle for later!
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