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1 (18-ounce) box Fudge Brownie Mix
Water, Eggs & Vegetable oil for brownie mix
Black Food Coloring
1 (5-ounce) box Vanilla Pudding & Pie Filling
3 cups Cold Milk
Orange Food coloring
1 (16-ounce) container frozen Whipped Topping (thawed)
6 regular size Heath Candy Bars (crushed) 
Candy Corn 
Non-Stick Cooking Spray
Trifle Bowl

Spray a 9x13 inch pan with cooking spray. In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients for the brownie mix along with the desired amount of black food coloring. Beat with an electric mixer until completely incorporated, then pour into the prepared pan and bake according to package directions. Remove from oven and let cool completely. Combine vanilla pudding, milk and orange food coloring in a bowl. Whisk for 2 minutes, then let sit for 5 minutes to set. Stir 1 cup of the whipped topping into pudding mixture, then set aside. Crush heath bars into small pieces and set aside. Crumble ½ of the baked brownies in the bottom of a trifle. Add a few pieces of candy corn around the outside of the brownie for color. Layer with ½ of the orange vanilla pudding mixture. Layer with half of the leftover whipped topping. Layer with ½ of the crushed heath bars. Repeat the process. For the topping, add candy corn along with crushed Heath bars. Place in the fridge to chill for a few hours, then serve.


68 comments :

  1. ive never heard of heath chocolate bars.can you describe them,so i can look for something similar? thank you

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    1. They are candy bars usually sold by the registers in stores, made by Hershey :)

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    2. Anonymous9:14 AM

      Chocolate covered barsof chocolate. SKor bars are similar.

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    3. Anonymous10:17 AM

      Chocolate covered toffee

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  2. This is our first year in our new home that we're doing Halloween, I may have to do this! We moved here in 2014 and just haven't done Halloween yet, so I can't wait! :D

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  3. My kids would love this. Thanks for sharing

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  4. I love how easy this recipe is! Great idea for Halloween.

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  5. This looks really good. I have always loved candy corn.

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  6. Wow that's amazing

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  7. Sherry Compton8:34 AM

    That's a trifle! What a fun and yummy way to celebrate. I like the brownie with the pudding and you could add lots of different candies.

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  8. That looks so good! I love candy corn!

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  9. My kids would like this, I'll make it for our Halloween party.

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  10. Wow....that so visually appealing for a table at a party!

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  11. Anonymous3:40 PM

    Oh I would love this anytime of the year but what a great recipe for Halloween!

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  12. This is a great idea to serve at Halloween parties!

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  13. Oh my goodness! This looks so pretty and sounds like it tastes even better! My daughter would flip over this. I have to make one! Thanks!

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  14. Anonymous4:20 PM

    Wow, that looks amazing!

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  15. Oh my goodness, does this ever look delicious! I'd love to make this with my Grandkids...how fun! Heath candy bars are my all time favorite!!

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  16. i love candy corn,so this works for me thanks

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  17. I'm not a fan of candy corn, but this looks and sounds fantastic!

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  18. This is an interesting mix, but sounds good.

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  19. Amanda Morris12:00 AM

    Wow that looks like a yummy mix up

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  20. I love the colors of this trifle!

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  21. Sherry Compton7:52 AM

    Looks amazing and very festive!

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  22. Oh my gosh! This looks so good and sounds so nummy.

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  23. This looks so yummy thanks for sharing I will have to try it out!

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  24. Ohhh this looks DELICIOUS with lots and lots of calories! I will have to give it a try!

    Thanks for the Post, the Yummy Picture, and the Recipe How to!

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  25. Heath bars are my favorite candy bar so this looks fantastic to me.

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  26. I can see myself eating one bite then another and another.

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  27. Wow, I want to make this, but I'd have diabetes afterwards! LOL Seriously, I'm going to copy and send to my niece to make for her family. I love love Heath bars! Thank you for sharing :)

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  28. Oh my goodness this sounds amazing!! Thanks for this great recipe!

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  29. I hate candy corn, but this still looks delicious.

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  30. First this looks wonderful and festive and sound delicious.

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  31. This looks amazing! My twelve grandkids would absolutely love this!

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  32. this is really cute and different. I like this idea for a Halloween party. I would make it for my home but I'd have to switch the cookie crumbs to vanilla oreo crumbs because my daughter is allergic to chocolate.

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  33. (Halloween Brownie Trifle) I've decided that this is the Halloween dessert that I am going to make for when my brothers and I have a big Halloween spooky marathon weekend. I know that they would really like this one-

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  34. This looks so delicious. And very colorful. Thank you for sharing.

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  35. This looks too yummy and would be the perfect centerpiece for my Halloween party buffet.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  36. Anonymous10:54 AM

    omgosh i really want to eat that. i don't think if i made it, it would turn out that beautifully! i'm a bit messy when it comes to baking.

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  37. Nicole Carter (Weasley)11:59 PM

    This looks amazing! A must try!

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  38. Ooh,this looks dangerous! Definitely making this today!

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  39. This sounds delicious. It's perfect for a Halloween party!

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  40. Thank you for sharing. This looks delicious. I would love to try this one out.

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  41. This looks super yummy and I'm sure that my family would love it.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  42. This sounds so yummy and is so pretty. It would make a beautiful party centerpiece.

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  43. This looks really cool and delicious. Decoration and dessert in one!

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  44. Man, does that ever look delicious! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  45. I have seen this recipe around a couple years now, but have never tried it. I am going to make it his year for the grandkids and us!!! It really looks delicious!!

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  46. That looks delicious and colorful. I would definitely include this in my Halloween recipe collection.

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  47. i am so going to make this for my grandkids they would totally love it

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  48. This looks delicious!! I know my grandchildren would love to have some of this, I do love that it is super easy to make.
    @tisonlyme143

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  49. kate g3:18 AM

    Great Halloween colors. This will last about ten minutes in the house...and that's a good thing!

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  50. This looks delicious; I might make it for that of what was a event started by that of my family & church where we take things down to the hospital and serve out candy to children that are unable to go because of medical reasons!

    computertech2you -at- live -dot- com

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  51. kate g3:42 AM

    It's so fun to make creative things for holidays. This really fits the season and would look great on the table, next to the cauldron :-)

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  52. kate g1:36 AM

    That makes me hungry right now...this is one of the reasons I really like blogs...so much good stuff that i wouldn't necessarily go looking for, but am so glad i found.

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  53. kate g3:39 AM

    I might try replacing the pudding with vanilla ice cream some time...same color....i know we would have to eat it fast, but oh, with the brownies...yum.

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  54. Oh my goodness. This looks amazing. Its 11:45 PM and theres not 1 thing sweet to eat here lol

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  55. I had to come back to check the ingredients. We r having a family get together the 2nd week of October and this will be perfect

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  56. kate g2:45 AM

    I'm going to have to buy one of those types of trifle bowls on a stand. I think this has to be seen to be appreciated.

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  57. I enjoy making - and eating - trifles. This looks delicious.

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  58. This HALLOWEEN BROWNIE TRIFLE is so festive and colorful! How super it would be to bring this to a party!

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  59. Last time I read this I didnt have thr ingredients and u had me wanting it so bad. Today we r going to the store to get it and I'm going to make it this coming up weekend with my 6 year old grandson. Mine probably wont look as good as urs but I'm sure it will taste good

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  60. what a cool, delicious, awesome looking! Halloween treat! O my goodness I just know that my son would go for this! It looks ... awesome!

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  61. kate g9:33 PM

    I started a holiday recipe list a long time ago, so I could find them easily and have a 'tradition'. I added this one to the list.

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  62. Kathy S.7:22 PM

    YUM!!! ����

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