Strawberry Brownie Trifle Recipe With Fresh Strawberries

Last Updated on June 24, 2019 by Ellen Christian

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You are going to love this strawberry brownie trifle recipe! Valentines Day recipes are some of my favorites because they are sweet, delicious and cute!  While Valentines Day recipes may make you think of chocolate, it generally makes me think of red berries like raspberries, strawberries or cherries and clouds of whipped cream.  What could be better than Valentines Day recipes that actually combine chocolate, berries, and clouds of whipped cream?

Strawberry Brownie Trifle

Strawberry Brownie Trifle Recipe

This Strawberry Brownie Trifle recipe can be made with either red raspberries or strawberries.  Since my store didn’t have any red raspberries when I shopped this week, I decided I would create it with delicious, red strawberries instead. You could even use blueberries or peaches if you prefer instead of raspberries or strawberries.

Strawberry brownie trifle recipe

So, what is a trifle? A trifle in English cuisine is a dessert made with fruit, a thin layer of sponge cake soaked in sherry, and custard. It can be topped with whipped cream. This strawberry brownie trifle recipe is even better than the original dessert and much simpler to make.

Strawberry brownie trifle recipe

The brownies in this recipe can be made from scratch, purchased or made from a boxed brownie mix.  If you’re gluten intolerant, make sure that you pick up a box of gluten-free brownies to start with as your base for this brownie strawberry dessert.

Valentines Day Recipes

I can find these regularly in my grocery store and they are so good that everyone in my family enjoys them – even those that aren’t gluten intolerant. You can use ready-made whipped topping or create your own from whipping cream. It all depends on how much time you have to devote to creating your Valentines Day recipes.


If you would prefer not to serve this in trifle glasses, you can simply cut a slice of brownie and top with berries and whipped cream. Brownies with strawberries and whipped cream still make a decadent dessert.

What types of Valentines Day recipes do you enjoy making for your family? I’ll be creating a few more between now and the big day. If you enjoy trifles, try my Italian Christmas Trifle recipe.

Here are a few more decadent chocolate strawberry trifle recipes:

Yields 4

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Ingredients

  • 2 cups of whipped topping
  • 8 brownies, cut in 2"x2" cubes
  • 2 cups fresh red berries like strawberries, sliced
  • 1 bottle of chocolate ice cream topping

Instructions

  1. Make layers of brownie squares, sliced strawberries, and whipped cream in four dessert glasses or bowls. As the final layer, end with a dollop of whipped topping and a few squirts of chocolate ice cream topping.
  2. Serve immediately or cover and chill up to 4 hours.
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27 thoughts on “Strawberry Brownie Trifle Recipe With Fresh Strawberries”

  1. Oh my goodness this looks so good I could just eat some right now. I love brownies & strawberries great mixture & I never would of thought to put those two & two together :) I will deff. try and get this together & try it out, thanks for sharing!
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  2. so easy but so perfect for the valentine's Day season:) I would eat these all year round however. Thanks for linking this up to Close to Home's V-day craft and recipe round up.
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  3. I bet this tastes amazing, it sure does look wonderful :) thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays last week, featuring your post this week...
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  4. Ok, seriously?  Yum!  Ellen, thanks so much for sharing this.  It's a simple, quick dessert that looks gorgeous and what a treat!  Can't wait to try it.
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  5. This looks absolutely delicious!  Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent last week.  I am so behind on my visits this week, but wanted to stop by and say thanks a bunch!! Kathy
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  6. Thank you for sharing this on Man Approved Monday! Trifles are one of my favorite desserts to whip up and this one looks amazing!
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  7. Okay, I think I just gained a pound reading this recipe and drooling at the photo... thank you!!! Ha, ha, ha! Love it and will definitely be making it!
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