An easy Halloween trifle with Oreo recipe, layers of brownies, Oreo, fudge and chocolate mousse. Flavored with caramel syrup. On top whipped cream with a chocolate spiderweb.
A dinner shouldn't be served without a dessert and I would say and a trifle is on my favorites list. This time I came up with a delicious brownie layer that is sprinkled with caramel syrup. Crumbled Oreo cookies, creamy chocolate mousse on top and then sprinkled with small-cut fudge cubes. Repeat it all. And then finally you end up with a delicious layer of whipped cream in which you draw a chocolate spider web.
Chocolate spider web
By the way, such a chocolate spider web sounds a lot harder to prepare than it in reality is. With the chocolate sauce you make a number of circles from large to small on top of the whipped cream. Then draw lines from the inside to the outside with a satay skewer. And after that your spider web is ready. (In the recipe at the bottom you can see this step in pictures).
Can you make this trifle a day before?
It is best to make the easy Halloween trifle with Oreo cookies an hour before eating and let it cool well in the refrigerator. If you would make this trifle much earlier the brownies and the Oreo cookies will become completely soft. And that bite is just so great when you're eating that you just don't want to omit it.
So for Halloween dinner you make a fresh trifle. But if you have any leftovers, I certainly would put them in the refrigerator and enjoy it the next day. Because even though the brownie and the Oreo have a slightly different structure, it is a shame to throw this perfect trifle in the bin.
Ingredients for this spiderweb dessert
This easy Halloween trifle with Oreo recipe is a great dessert and ready in just 15 minutes. And these are the ingredients you'll gonna need to prepare it.
How do you prepare this easy chocolate dessert?
The (printable) recipe in steps to prepare this easy Halloween trifle with Oreo can be found at the bottom of this blog.
Step 1: Slice the brownie in cubes and spread half of the brownies on the bottom of your bowl. Sprinkle the brownies with 3 tablespoons caramel syrup. Crumble half of the Oreo cookies on top of the brownies.
Step 2: Smear half of the chocolate mousse on top of the Oreo's. Cut the fudge in four pieces and spread half of this on the mousse. Repeat all these layer, so first a brownie layer, caramel syrup, crumbled Oreo cookies, chocolate mousse and and with the fudge.
Step 3: Whisk the cream until it's stiff and top the trifle with the whipped cream.
Step 4: Take the chocolate sauce and draw circles on top of the whipped cream. Work from the outer circle inwards and end with a dot in the middle of the cream. Take a satay skewer and draw lines from the inside to the outside. The circles will get a spiderweb form.
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easy Halloween trifle with Oreo recipe
- 200 grams brownie cake
- 6 tablespoons caramel syrup
- 150 grams Oreo cookies
- 400 grams chocolate mousse
- 100 grams fudge
- 250 ml cream
- 50 ml chocolate sauce
- Cut the brownie and fudge in small cubes.
- Crumble the Oreo cookies.
- Beat the cream until it's stiff. If you like it you can add 1 tablespoon of sugar to the cream.
Halloween trifle with oreo
- Fill the bowl with half of the brownie cubes.
- Sprinkle 3 tablespoons of carame syrup on top of the brownies.
- Crumble half of the Oreo cookies on top.
- Spread 2 cups (200 grams) chocolate mousse on the cookies.
- Sprinkle with half the caramel fudge.
- Repeat the 5 layers.
- Spread the whipped cream on top of the trifle.
- Make chocolate sauce circles on top of the whipped cream. Start with a large circle and make smaller circles inside the previous circle.
- With a skewer draw a line from the middle to the outside. That way you get a spider web idea.