"Stir and Season" Saturday

"Stir and Season" Saturday

All is quiet at my house right now...it's hard to believe that Spring Break is over. It makes me a bit sad...it's been nice having the kids home. I will miss them come Monday morning!

Well, back to my recipe...today, I am going to share a dessert we are having at Easter. It's easy and can be made for any event. It looks great in a glass trifle bowl....

Chocolate Mousse Truffle

4 (2.8ox) boxes chocolate mousse mix (found in grocery store near puddings)

1 whipped topping 16 oz.

6 Heath bars...crumbled

1 box of deviled food cake mix

Prepare cake mix in 9 by 13 pan according to directions. Allow to cool after baking and break into bite-sized pieces, set aside. Prepare mousse according to directions. Layer cake pieces, mousse, whipped topping and crumbled heath bars in trifle bowl; repeat layers. Cover with reynolds wrap and refrigerate overnight. Enjoy the next day!

{If I am serving this during a holiday...I end the top with whipped topping and put "seasonal" sprinkles on top}



22 comments:

Angie said...

Oh yeah, this is my kind of recipe! Will definitely write this one down and add it to my recipe box! My husband made the shelf over my kitchen window. He drilled holes in the brackets for the curtain rod to go through and attached the wood on the top. We got the unfinished brackets and wood (which I painted white) from Lowes.

mysteryhistorymom said...

This sounds amazingly delicious! I know we will be trying it at our house!:)

I am having a giveaway, so please stop by before Easter!:) Lori

"Hello... It's Me Again..." said...

Sounds pretty and delicious. I think I'll make this for Easter Sunday lunch! Thanks!!!

Heather said...

Oh my My ... or should I say Ooh La la! What a decadent dessert!!!

Liz said...

That sounds delicious!

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

My mom makes but with brownies. It's to much chocolate for me but my girls go crazy over it!

April said...

Pure heaven! Hope you and your family have a Happy Easter!

Smelling Coffee said...

Great recipe! I used to make something similar to this and completly forgot about it! I love your easy and delicious recipes each Saturday!

Happy Easter to you and your family... He is Risen!...Jennifer

Mich said...

Sounds like a yummy treat to make!

Your blog is cute!

Busy Bee Suz said...

YUMMO!!!!

Mari said...

I have this recipe and it is soooo good. My recipe has a different name though - it's called Death by Chocolate!

Jan the crazy lady said...

I haven't had mousse in years. This looks really good. Thanks as always.

Have a great Easter with your lovely family Sandy.

jennykate77 said...

This sounds yummy and easy! Not very many ingredients...I like that!

Hope you have a blessed and happy Easter!!

Ruby Red Slippers said...

YUM! I might be making this for Easter...that sounds easy enough!

Dee said...

Hi and thanks for stopping by my blog. I remember that I used to make this recipe. I think I'll make it for the gang at work, now that you brought it to my mind again.
I was reading you bio, and we have a lot in common.

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

Stopping by from SITS...

Wow! That sounds so yummy...doesn't help that I'm a bit hungry and I always have a sweet tooth this time of night but I digress...

Spring break is over for us too. I was so worried (my two are really young) about surviving the week but now I'm a bit sad that they are headed back to school too.

Happy Easter!

Jo said...

I "need" to make this ~ perfect for the Chocolate holiday :)

Jo

Natalia said...

Yum yummy yumssss!

-Nat :)

the undomesticated wife said...

Happy Easter Sandy Toes!

Colleen said...

Mmmnnnnn yummy!!!!
Happy Easter!!!

D. Marie said...

Happy Easter!! And Happy Birthday because I think I missed it! I havent been blogging too much...well just writing not too much reading! But Im trying to catch up! I see your daughters found their Easter baskets. But I love that you bought them other things than candy...I do that for my soon to be stepkids too...this year I bought them some brainteaser puzzles...the wooden blocks that lock into each other and you have to figure out how they go back together! We found one a few yrs ago and now I see them every where!

theArthurClan said...

My sister adores Heath bars...I am definitely passing this recipe on to her!