Easy Recipe: Chocolate Torte Delight – So Yummy and Delicious!

Received this recipe from a dear friend who knows my weakness for chocolate. As I have said so many times before, I can never make any recipe without messing with it, often before I have made it even for the first time. With this one, I messed with the name of the recipe the first thing! The reason for that was the note from my friend that accompanied the recipe, which stated as follows:

“THIS IS THE MOST WONDERFUL DESSERT I EVER HAD IN MY LIFE! It’s called Chocolate torte, but I call it Chocolate delight.” Right then I decided to call it Chocolate Torte Delight!

Of course I didn’t stop messing with it by simply changing the name. I decided straight off to make it into a trifle since my friend recommended a glass-baking dish in order to see the stripes that the different ingredients made. If it looks great in a baking dish, I felt certain it would look fabulous and classy in a trifle bowl.

Next I substituted the margarine for butter. Learned in my nutrition class at the university that margarine is a heart attack waiting to happen. Butter is not good for your arteries either, but it is actually better for you than margarine, so whenever the results will not be compromised, I use butter instead. Always avoid partially hydrogenated fats whenever possible.

Another change I’ve added is a substitute crust variation that does not require baking. With the chocolate Oreo crumb crust, there is no cooking at all and it becomes even easier!

Easy, yummy Chocolate torte trifle!  Note that I have used the easy no bake Oreo crumbs crust recipe at the bottom of this torte.
Easy, yummy Chocolate torte trifle! Note that I have used the easy no bake Oreo crumbs crust recipe at the bottom of this torte.

Ingredients

1 Cup of flour

1 Stick of butter melted (1/2 cup)

1/2 Cup finely chopped pecans

1 - 8 ounce package of cream cheese softened.

1/2 Cup powdered sugar

1 – 8 ounce package of Heath Bits of Brickle

1 - 13 ounce package of Cool Whip (or the equivalent of your favorite whipped cream).

2 – 3.5 ounce packages of instant chocolate pudding prepared as directed on the package. Refrigerate for 5 minutes after it is fully dissolved and creamy.

1 Cup of shredded German Sweet chocolate bar.

1 Heat/Cool tempered glass trifle bowl.

Instructions For Crust (The first layer)

Mix the flour, butter, and chopped pecans well and then press them firmly into a layer on the bottom of the trifle bowl. Try to get the layer as even as possible covering the bottom entirely.

Place the tempered glass trifle bowl on a cookie sheet and then in the oven at 250 degrees for 15 minutes. When done, set the crust and the trifle bowl aside for a few minutes to cool. Arrange a rack in your refrigerator so that the trifle bowl will stand on it comfortably when storing the trifle until serving time. Place the Bowl on that rack while you are completing the next step.

The completed crust is the first layer of the torte or trifle.

Instructions For the Second Layer

Beat the softened cream cheese and powdered sugar together mixing well and then fold in one-half of the 13-ounce package of Cool Whip. Mix carefully but well. Finally, mix in 1/2 cup of Heath Bits of Brickle.

Spread half of the cream cheese mixture on top of the crust in the trifle bowl and then return the trifle bowl to the refrigerator and place the balance of the cream cheese mixture aside (not in the refrigerator) until it’s time for the 4th layer, which will be soon. Keep the unused cream cheese mixture at room temperature.

Instructions For the Third Layer

Prepare the 2 packages of chocolate instant pudding according to the package instructions if you have not already done so. Once the pudding is mixed well, creamy with no lumps, place the pudding in the refrigerator for 5 minutes to set up.

Once the 5 minutes is up, remove the chocolate pudding from the refrigerator along with the trifle bowl containing the crust and the first layer of cream cheese mixture.

Spread half of the prepared chocolate pudding on top of the cream cheese mixture in the trifle bowl. Set aside the other half of the pudding.

Instructions for the Fourth and Fifth Layers

For the fourth layer, spread the balance of the cream cheese mixture over the top of the chocolate pudding layer in the trifle bowl. Take your time and be careful so you disturb the chocolate pudding layer as little as possible. When you are finished, you are ready to complete the fifth layer.

For the fifth layer, spread the balance of the chocolate pudding over the cream cheese layer. When you have finished, return the trifle bowl containing the 5 layers to the refrigerator for 15 minutes or so.

Instructions For the Sixth and final Layer and the garnish

When the 15 minutes are up, remove the trifle bowl with its contents from the refrigerator. Spread the remaining Cool Whip over the top of the chocolate pudding layer in the trifle bowl.

Once you have spread the Cool Whip over the trifle (do not make it smooth and flat, but allow it to be piled on so it will look fluffy), spread the prepared shredded German Sweet chocolate over the top. Do not be concerned with spreading it evenly so long as it looks nice. Voilå! Ready to serve! If you are not ready to serve this delicious dessert just yet, then refrigerate it until you are ready. It will store well in the refrigerator for several hours.

Serving Suggestions

You can make this superb dessert in any see-through glass bowl that is the same approximate size as the trifle bowl. No need to go out and buy a trifle bowl if you do not already have one. Also, if you prefer to prepare individual servings, pretty see-through large glass goblets or glasses, or bowls will do fine and look pretty and impressive. Simply alternate the layers of cream cheese and pudding in appropriate amounts for the size of glass or bowl that you have leaving the whipped cream for last.

Instead of the chopped pecan crust that requires baking, you can substitute an Oreo Cookie crumb crust that requires NO Baking.

Chocolate Oreo Cookie Crust

Ingredients

1 and ¼ Cups chocolate cookie crumbs

¼ Cup of butter melted (or ½ stick)

½ Cup granulated sugar

Combine the cookie crumbs and sugar. Add the melted butter and mix well. Simply press into the bottom of the trifle bowl, or the individual bowls or glasses, and proceed with the other directions to alternate the layers. Easy!

Enjoy!

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Au fait 15 months ago from North Texas Author

Sallybea, thank you for stopping by! This is so easy to make, and so impressive whether you serve it as shown or in individual parfait glasses. Tastes delicious too!


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sallybea 15 months ago from Norfolk

Stunning dessert. I hope to make this one in the very near future.


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

Phyllis Doyle, thank you for checking out this recipe. It is so easy, especially if you go with one of the graham cracker crusts that don't require baking, and it looks so impressive. You can choose a different flavor than chocolate if you want also. Hope your gathering was great!


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

Mary (tillsontitan), thank you for the votes and yes, any crust will do, no need for flour. Graham cracker crusts are great or if you have a favorite of your own that will work too. Then it's just a matter of adding all the ingredients, and that's what makes it so impressive and decadent. Hope you give it a try.


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

Poetryman6969, you can have all you want just as soon as you make it! It's so easy, and if you substitute the Oreo crust (and substitute the oreo cookie crumbs with chocolate wafer crumbs in necessary), it will be even quicker and easier. Thanks for coming by!


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

Patricia (pstraubie48), thank you for discovering this recipe and I'm so glad you like it. It is very impressive as well as decadently delicious. You can always substitute your favorite graham cracker crust or the Oreo Cookie crumb crust with the recipe for it here, or even use chocolate wafers you have crushed with your rolling pin in a plastic bag. So easy to put this together.

Thank you for the votes, the shares, the pin and the angels. I hope angels are surrounding you and your family at all times, protecting you all from harm.


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Phyllis Doyle 19 months ago from High desert of Nevada.

Fantastic ! I was looking for an easy recipe for dessert for a family gathering. This trifle recipe of your is perfect, Au Fait. Thank you so much. Bookmarked, Up ++++ and H+


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tillsontitan 19 months ago from New York

Where have you been hiding this delicious recipe? I may have to make an adjustment or two to leave out the flour but I'll probably just add more chocolate ;)

Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.


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poetryman6969 19 months ago

Looks decadent. And huge. When can I have some?


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pstraubie48 19 months ago from sunny Florida

Yum I will be taking this for brunchtime at our church on Sunday...easy peasy and no doubt, divine.

Pinning to Awesome HubPages, shared and voted up

Thank you thank you

Angels are on the way once again this evening ps


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

Howie Watts, so glad you stumbled onto this fabulous recipe! Hope you get a chance to try it soon. Thank you for taking time to comment.


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

Aesta1, thank you for checking this recipe out. I hope you have a chance to make it and see how easy and delicious it is.


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

Peggy W, thank you for commenting and pinning and sharing this recipe! Guess I should have some trifle bowls from Amazon here. This recipe is so easy, the hardest work would be washing all those glasses -- yes I know you have a dishwasher. :) This would definitely be a hit at a party. You might want to make 2 in that case. You should consider writing some articles on party planning. Thank you again for taking time . . .


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Howie Watts 22 months ago

Just stumbled across this and I must say, I can not wait to try it out. It contains three of my favorite things - Cream cheese, Heath and Chocolate :-) If you are indeed a choco-holic like myself, mozie on over to my page and check out my chocolate mouse recipe. It always gets rave reviews. I will be adding your Chocolate Torte Delight to my collection :-)


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aesta1 22 months ago from Ontario, Canada

This really looks yummy. I was just craving for something sweet and here it is, an extremely tempting picture of a favourite.


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Peggy W 22 months ago from Houston, Texas

About the only time I make desserts is when we have company for dinner. Will have to keep this one in mind for future events. I would probably use individual glasses since we do not own a trifle bowl. Thanks again for sharing your recipe. Pinning to Awesome Hubpages and will once again share.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Prasetio30, thank you for sharing!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Jenn-anne, thank you for checking out this recipe!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

rebeccamealey, thank you for checking this recipe out. Hope you get a chance to try it. It is a lot like a trifle. I think you could probably substitute the crust with chocolate or vanilla sponge cake, and if you want to put the pecans in it, just put them in the cream cheese with the brickle bits and make everything else the same.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Vocalcoach, thank you for coming by. I hope you get a chance to try it. It's delicious and very impressive to guests, too. Especially chocoholic guests! ;)


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Peggy W, thank you for tweeting, Google+ing, and sharing this article on HP!!


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prasetio30 2 years ago from malang-indonesia

Delicious and I like it. Thanks for sharing.


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BDhire 2 years ago

wow chocolate is my favorite flavor Yammy :)


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Jenn-Anne 2 years ago

Yum! This dessert looks amazing! Adding this to my list of must-try recipes. Great hub!


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rebeccamealey 2 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

Yummy! It sounds like you made some good, and healthier changes to this recipe. It is a lot life a trifle. Thanks for sharing your recipe!


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vocalcoach 2 years ago from Nashville Tn.

I Must try this recipe - love chocolate and it looks so yummy,


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Peggy W 2 years ago from Houston, Texas

Going to share this good sounding recipe with others by tweeting and also G+ and will once again share with HP followers.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Sami Kyko, thank you for stopping by!


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Sami Kyko 2 years ago from algerie hussein dey

nice and very good


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Deborah-Diane, thank you for stopping by and commenting on this recipe! It always looks impressive and festive and I'm sure your followers will enjoy.


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Deborah-Diane 2 years ago from Orange County, California

Since we are in the midst of the holiday party season, I thought my followers would enjoy having this easy chocolate torte recipe. It looks divine!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

annajazz, thank you for stopping by . . Hope you get a chance to try it!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

CarlySullens, thanks for stopping by! Hope you get a chance to try this.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Athylyn Green, thank you for reading and commenting on this recipe! I just can't seem to make any recipe without tweaking it. Even have to do it the first time I make it. :)


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

DDE, thank you for checking this recipe out and for voting it up, etc. I hope you have an opportunity to try it sometime!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Shyron, for all the votes and shares, etc. This might be a better choice since it doesn't require eggs. Glad you got some sleep. Wish I was sleeping right now, but for some reason I can't, so trying to accomplish something instead. I appreciate you too, Shyron. Hope you and John and family have a great Thanksgiving!


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annajazz 3 years ago from Connecticut

O.O this looks like heaven.


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CarlySullens 3 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

That looks so yummy!


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Athlyn Green 3 years ago from West Kootenays

This looks great and I enjoyed reading of how you change up recipes.


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Easy Recipe: Chocolate Torte Delight – So Yummy and Delicious! A lovely recipe and the looks so delicious voted, up, useful and awesome.


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

I just realized that I can put food coloring in white chocolate and I can get a chocolate fix at the same time and don't have to use carob.

Voted up U/A/B/I and shared.

And yes I did sleep after my coffee.


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

Maybe I will make this since I have made it so many times before.

I think I like your tweaks and will make it your way.

Voted up, Awesome, Beautiful and Interesting and shared.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you moonlake, for sharing this recipe on FB!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Barbara Kay said we should share on hub on our facebook so I'm going to share this on facebook. My family and friends love sweets recipes.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

moonlake, thank you for pinning this hub!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Deborah-Diane, thank you for checking this recipe out. Hope you try it because as you say it's very impressive to look at, but it's also a great hot-weather desert (or anytime really), and it's so easy and versatile to make. If you would prefer coconut cream, lime, lemon, strawberry, butterscotch, or whatever flavor is available, this recipe works great. Just substitute your favorite flavor for the chocolate.


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Adding this to my sweets board on pinterest. Looks so good.


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Deborah-Diane 3 years ago from Orange County, California

This dessert not only sounds like it would be delicious, but it looks beautiful to serve, too! A great idea for summer parties. Thanks for sharing!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

rajan jolly, thank you for reading, commenting, and sharing this hub! I hope you get a chance to try this recipe because it is so easy and guests are always impressed.


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rajan jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

It does look very delicious. I love chocolate and I'm game for any dish that has chocolate.

Voted up and interesting. Shared.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you sgbrown for checking out this recipe and for voting it up, etc. It does look impressive and tastes yummy too. Hope you have a chance to try it out!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you moonlake for stopping by. Your recipe looked and sounded great too, and that's why I added it!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Troyangeluk, for checking out this recipe and leaving a comment. This is an easy desert to make and very impressive when finished. Easy to substitute plain graham cracker crust and different pudding flavors too. Enjoy!


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sgbrown 3 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

OMGosh! This looks sooo good! I love chocolate anything and this sounds so delicious. I love the idea of pecans in the crust. Voting this up and awesome! :)


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Troyangeluk 3 years ago from UK

LOVE IT! saved in favourites to use next week, thumbs up!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Thank you for adding my Fudge Float Chocolate Cake With Whipped Cream to your hub. Like I sad before your recipe looks so good.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for sharing your experience with this recipe Shyron.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you bridalletter for checking out this recipe and leaving a comment. No one would object to a pie in the face if it tasted as good as this trifle would they? It does look impressive served in a trifle bowl and it's so easy and versatile. Why not make one just for the fun of it? They inexpensive, and easy. Call it a trial run and enjoy!


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bridalletter 3 years ago from Blue Springs, Missouri, USA

I have always wanted to create one of these desserts, but never attemped it. Looks great for Easter. The problem is, I think I just want to stick my whole face in that bowl. Looks like pure heaven! Thank you for sharing your recipe.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you torrilynn for checking my recipe out, for commenting, voting on, and especially for sharing it too! I hope you get a chance to try it. It's so easy and always looks impressive. I wonder how it would be with a bit of mint flavoring added and and some green food coloring in the whipped cream for St. Paddy's Day?


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Kathryn Stratford, thank you for reading and commenting on this hub. I hope you have a chance to make it and see how easy it is -- and how delicious and decadent too! It's also very versatile if you would prefer strawberry or peach . . .


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Peggy W, for checking out this recipe, leaving a comment, voting on it, and especially for sharing! It's such a versatile recipe and if you decide you want something other than chocolate, it's easy to substitute a different flavor and a different crust. It always impresses whatever flavor you choose, and it's super easy to make!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Maralexa, thank you for checking out this hub and leaving a comment, and for the votes too! I hope you make this and discover how easy and versatile it is.

Heath Bits of Brickle are found in the grocery isle next to chocolate chips, etc. They're just another option, not required.

When you get started being creative the possibilities are almost endless -- what flavor pudding, what kind of crust (graham cracker or your favorite crushed cookies, chocolate, vanilla or other), and anything you might want to add -- miniature marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, chocolate curls, bit's o' brickle, M&Ms, sprinkles, of just whipped cream. That's what I love about this recipe -- along with how easy it is to make and how impressive it looks -- the variations are endless.

Thanks again!


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torrilynn 3 years ago

thanks for this hub on chocolate torte

i absolutely love anything chocolate

i think i am an addict haha great hub

and nice recipe.

Voted up and shared.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you truthfornow, for taking time to check out this recipe and leave a comment. Yes, this is a very versatile recipe and can be modified in many different ways, which is one of the things I love most about it!


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

I made this for the last card game I went to and one of the players calles it Mississippi mud pie, and loves it.


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Kathryn Stratford 3 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

Mmmm! Okay, originally I was going to keep adding the m's, but I decided it might be a little annoying. But it looks so good! I wish I could take a scoop of it from your picture. Thanks for sharing this tweaked recipe for us!


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Maralexa 3 years ago from Vancouver, Canada and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

This looks fantastic! I love the mixtures. The only ingredient I don't know is the Heath Bits of Brickle. Thanks Au fait. Up and awesome.


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

Oh my! This sounds delicious! Funny thing is that when I was a kid, I did not like chocolate except for the occasional candy bar. I did not like chocolate milk, chocolate ice cream, etc. Now as an adult...I am enjoying it and this recipe of yours has me salivating. All kinds of up votes and will share. :)


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Blond Logic for checking out this recipe and leaving a comment. I hope you're able to find ingredients that will do the trick and that you like it. It's such a versatile recipe.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

shwaryaa22, thank you for reading, commenting, voting on, and especially for sharing and pinning this hub! The recipe is very versatile, so you can change the kind of pudding you use easily for different occasions, and you can change the cracker/cookie crumbs too. It's an easy recipe and I do hope you will enjoy!


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truthfornow 3 years ago from New Orleans, LA

Looks yummy. Seems like you can use this same recipe for all kinds of flavors.


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Blond Logic 3 years ago from Brazil

Wow this looks good. I think I too would have to alter it slightly, as here in Brazil I can't get all those gorgeously scrumptious ingredients!

You photo is very tantalizing. I can't wait to try it.


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ishwaryaa22 3 years ago from Chennai, India

Wow! What a delicious treat! Like you, I am a big fan of anything that involve chocolates. With your clear instructions & drool-worthy photo, I would like to give this recipe a try. Well-done!

Thanks for SHARING. Useful & Awesome. Voted up, pinned & shared


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Millionaire Tips, thank you for commenting on this hub! It does look impressive and guaranteed to help you gain weight!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

lesliebyars, thank you for stopping by to check out this hub! The thing about this recipe is that it's so versatile and easy to use different ingredients. If you don't like chocolate, try butterscotch, lemon, or cherry, or coconut. The possibilities are endless. It's so attractive AND quick and easy!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thelma Alberts, thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment, and for sharing! This is such an easy recipe, always turns out great, looks good too, and versatile when it comes to changing up the ingredients to suit yourself! Happy New Year to you too!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you moonlake, for commenting, voting, sharing AND pinning this hub! It's so easy to make and so easy to change out ingredients if you want to do that too, and it's very attractive for serving guests.

Meant to thank you for offering to get me a T-shirt with the hodag on it. I've found several available online, so I'll be able to get one that way. It was so nice of you to make the offer though.


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Millionaire Tips 3 years ago from USA

This does look delicious! It is pretty too!


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lesliebyars 3 years ago from Alabama

This looks like a dessert that I make called Death By Chocolate. It is similar looking to your dessert but, has some different ingredients. It really looks and sounds yummy!! Voted up!!


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Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

Yummy! I love to try this. Thanks for sharing. Happy New Year!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

My family loves tortes and this sounds like a good one. Voted up, shared and pinned.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

randomcreative: Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. This recipe is so easy and versatile and it can be made to look very impressive as well, and in a very short time.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for commenting Shyron. This recipe can be made easily and you can substitute the chocolate for a variety of different pudding flavors and you can substitute the crust for plain graham crackers or use the recipe for the pecan crust.


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randomcreative 4 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This looks delicious! I love the idea of making it as a trifle.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Alex Jose: Thank you for your comments! It IS "damn tasty!" ;)


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Eileen, for commenting.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Diogenes: Thank you for your comment. The dimensions you gave me would suggest that you don't need to lose weight. Maybe weightlifting to tone up would be sufficient . . .


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

infonolan: Thank you for checking this recipe out. It's a great one for summer -- no cooking required and so quick and easy! Know you'll love it.


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Shyron E Shenko 4 years ago

That is also my weakness, but can't do chocolate unless I use white chocolate, which is not a trigger for migraines. Looks absolutely yummy.....


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Alex Jose 4 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio

I will definitely try this out at my home...since it looks damn tasty.


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Eileen Goodall 4 years ago from Buckinghamshire, England

Yum x


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diogenes 4 years ago from UK and Mexico

I went straight to comments: I am on a modified Atkins diet...and I know, don't say it!

Bob ..


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infonolan 4 years ago from Australia

Looks yum! I'll have to try this out for myself sometime soon. :-)

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