I love this recipe I found it on the internet and thought I would share with my cooking family! I am not much of a baker, as you can tell by my recipes, my family always comments my dessert looks taste better then it looks! To find dessert that looks beautiful and is simple, well all I can say is everyone was wowed when I brought this to the table, and they all loved how it taste...yeah!!!!
1Pour milk into large bowl, add dry pudding mix, beat with wire whisk 2 minutes or until well blended. Let stand 5 minutes.
2Fold in whipped topping.
3Set aside two strawberries whole, slice 3 cups of strawberries and mix with the sugar, set aside.
4Begin layering...in a glass trifle bowl, first add 1/2 the pudding mixture, next layer all the cubed pound cake, next layer 3/4 of the strawberry mixture, next layer is the remaining pudding mixture, place the remaining 1/4 sliced strawberries around the edges of the trifle, add in the center of the dessert a dollop of whipped topping arrange the two whole strawberries on top of the cool whip
5Melt the choc chips in the microwave drizzle the melted chocolate over the top the trifle.
REFRIGERATE until ready to serve. Be prepared to wow your guests!
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