Friday, April 6, 2007

You are invited...



Good Morning! I am off to the potluck over at Shabby in the city http://shabbyinthecity.blogspot.com she has asked me to share a recipe on my blog today! please visit her and see everyone else that will be sharing their recipes too....it should be fun! I love getting new recipes. Sorry, I don't have a picture of my recipe (picture on the left is of my old chippy wooden eggs in an old glass container that is on my kitchen counter). I love this recipe...because I am a chocoholic! Enjoy! oh yeah, this recipe is from Paula Dean on the food network. so easy! have fun today and I hope you find lots of yummy recipes! take care,Gail DEVIL'S FOOD TRIFLE 1 devil food cake mix (bake as directed in 9X13 pan) when baked break into pieces. 2 boxes chocolate pudding 1 3/4 c. milk mix together, chill till thick 2 tubs cool whip oreo crumbs to garnish In a pretty glass trifle bowl layer cake, then pudding, cool whip and repeat these steps once more...top with crushed oreos! p.s. at the last minute I found a picture of something similar on the food network and I added it in quick...

21 comments:

Shabby in the City said...

You just reminded me...I meant to tell people that my voice sounds just like Paula Deen's! My accent that is...
This sounds yummy! Can I have seconds?

Gypsy Purple said...

Thanks...now come and join me as well here in South Africa and have some Bobotie

willzmom said...

I LOVE this recipe-we make one like it but take it to potlucks so we don't have it tempting us at home! Help yourself to my dishes-I hope you'll like them!

Sugar Bear said...

That looks delicious! I too am a chocoholic and love Paula Deen! I hope you can stop by and see me in CT for some Oatmeal Apple Pancakes.
Karla

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Sounds lovely!

Merci-Notes said...

OK! I am in love! HOW delicous! I presented a "vintage" potluck dinner recipe. I think I will be also taking this! MERCI
With Kindness,
Mary

MaryB said...

It looks wonderful, and sounds sinfully good. I'm sure that will take care of any sweet tooth. Love the eggs in the old glass jar. If you get a chance stop by my kitchen for some cookies and chat.

clarice said...

Chocolate is perfect for occasion. Clarice

see you there! said...

Yum! We've been subsisting on lemon desserts at out house. Not that we don't love lemons, LOL! This will make a fine change.

Darla

Mrs. Staggs said...

This looks delicious. I love Paula Dean's recipe. They are always so rich and delicious. This is sure to be a good one. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! Hasn't Phyllis done a marvelous job of setting the table at Shabby in the city. Everything looks beautiful! I've brought Sweet Spring Apple Blossoms for the dessert buffet.
Best wishes!

Felicia said...

Yum, Yum, Yum!

Miz Smoochie Lips said...

OH!! What a stunning trifle dish :) I think I need to find one of those myself so I can fix this incredibly scrumptious recipe :)

Swing on by for a little hula action at my neck of the woods if you haven't already :)

Betty Jo said...

Oh My! Does that ever sound wonderful. I learned to make trifle while living in England, but have never had a chocolate one before. xoxo

~~Mikki Jo said...

Oh wow! This sounds soooo yummy, just perfect for my sweet tooth!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Jammy said...

OMG I think I'm going to drop dead over this recipe!! IT's KILLER! And MINNESOTA! I've always wanted to visit there! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

JEnn

Feathers said...

Anything with chocolate and Oreos, has got to be scrumptious!!! Thank you for sharing :)

FrenchGardenHouse said...

ahhh, I certainly hope there is still some of this left, at this time of night. Sorry I am so late, but your light was still on so I figured you were still open for visitors!!

I love the chocolate, and your blog is absolutely delightful! What a darling Logan is, there is a smile that could melt a coupla hearts in a few years! Thanks for giving us the opportunity to see that smile.:) Happy Easter! Lidy

The Feathered Nest said...

This recipe sounds so easy and delicious! I know my kids will love it ~ this one I have to try. Thanks for sharing! Dawn

Glamour Mom said...

Chocolate! My favorite food group :) I am most definitely putting this recipe in my recipe box. This would be perfect for any special occassion. Thank you so much for sharing...it looks scrumptious :)

javagirl1111 said...

Wow!!! Yummmm Yum!

I'm Kina, Shabby's friend who's putting together a little cutsie cookbook of these recipes... do you want to be a part of this book?

You'll recieve full credit for your recipes and photos:-) If you want to be a part, can you sign the Blogger Cookbook post on my blog: http://lifealakina.blogspot.com or just shoot me an email at javagirl1111@gmail.com

Thanks and blessings!

Allison said...

Gail, that trifle looks fabulous - wow, it's really beautiful. The layers and different colors look so appetizing. Yum!

allie from minneapolis
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