As I mentioned the other day, Halloween is my FAVORITE holiday to craft for. Like I could craft endlessly for it. And I have! I’ve even gone so far as to make most of the kids’ Halloween costumes, witches, Lego pieces, knights and Minions, Oh My!
But this year with the baby . . . oh my goodness three costumes each year??? . . . . I might have to put an end to it while the oldest one still barely remembers anything. (“Ummmm, mom??? Where are my shoes???” “On your feet!!”)
But one thing I will make time for is super easy, super fast no bake treats. And these Orange Brownie Trifles are just that! And seriously, I cannot get over the chocolate and orange flavor combo. I loved it in this pie, and I love it pretty much anywhere else I eat it!
These Orange Brown Trifles start with TruMoo Orange Scream Milk, that is out just in time for Halloween. It’s sooooooo yummy, my kids are totally hooked on it. Which is cool, since their milk contains the same amount of calcium as five cups of broccoli and the same amount of potassium as a small banana. Plus, TruMoo doesn’t have any high fructose corn syrup or artificial growth hormones.
So we are adding Orange Scream TruMoo to all sorts of things around here besides our glasses. Yesterday morning we made Orange Chocolate Pancakes. Yumm! And it would be super fun to make it into pudding pops. Delicious!
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Orange Brownie Trifle
- Brownie Mix
- 5.1 oz Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix
- 2 Cups TruMoo Orange Scream milk
- Whipped Topping
- Pumpkin Candies for topping
- Make brownies according to directions and let cool completely.
- While brownies are baking and cooling, mix together the pudding mix and the TruMoo Orange Scream and let set up in the refrigerator.
- In small 4 oz mason jars, layer the pudding, a few chunks of brownie, and more pudding. Top with the whipped topping, and add a pumpkin candy to the top.
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