Nothing says Spring like the arrival of fresh berries (at affordable prices) at the grocery stores. My Triple Berry Brownie Trifle Recipe maximizes the deliciousness of berries by combing them with fudgy brownies, strawberry topping, and fresh whipped cream. Once you try this recipe, you’ll be addicted!
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Triple Berry Brownie Trifle Recipe
Check out how easy this recipe is to prepare with this quick recipe video:
There are two stars of this recipe, the Brownies and Berries. The fresh whipped cream is pretty awesome too! I’ve found that Pillsbury Brownie Mixes offers consistent, delicious brownies every time. They are so quick to whip up anytime you want to give your family a homemade dessert or when you need a chocolate fix. I always have a couple boxes on hand.
Who can resist fresh berries? Mixing strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries with chocolate is simply perfection. Plus, it lightens this dessert.
I’m really enjoying the new Purely Simple line from Pillsbury. This line contains no colors, preservatives or artificial flavors, so I feel really good about serving it to my family. The Purely Simple Chocolate Chunk Brownie Mix is amazing, especially for this recipe because there are actual chocolate chunks within the brownies!
This recipe can be prepared gluten-free with Pillsbury Gluten-Free brownie mix. If you haven’t tried Pillsbury’s Gluten Free products, you are missing out. They are delicious and very competitively priced.
We use just a small amount of Smucker’s No Sugar Added Strawberry Topping to this recipe for the perfect amount of tartness. For those counting carbohydrates like my family, this only adds about 4 carbs (1 tbsp) to the recipe.
Doesn’t this look like the most amazing Spring recipe?! Layers and layers of deliciousness. You can serve this Triple Berry Brownie Trifle recipe in a trifle bowl to take to parties or serve in individual serving bowls.
I choose to serve this recipe in individual serving bowls so that I can keep track of how many carbohydrates per serving. Both of my kids have Type 1 Diabetes, which means their pancreas is dead and doesn’t produce insulin. They can eat anything without restrictions (which is different than Type 2 Diabetes) but we give them insulin based on the # of carbs.
This recipe as prepared above has 8 servings at 65 carbs each: 50 carbs for brownies, 4 carbs for Strawberry topping, 6 carbs for berries, and 5-8 for whipped cream (depends on how much you use and if you use Truvia or sugar). You could also use prepared whipped cream for 0 carbs.
This recipe serves 8, if you use 2 brownies per serving. For a smaller, yet still satisfying and delicious dessert, you can cut this in half by using only 1 brownie piece. This would be just 30 carbs per serving, a much more manageable size for most of us.
This recipe is a favorite for my family! I hope that it will soon be a favorite for your family and friends as well. Enjoy!