Semi-Homemade Chocolate Oreo Trifle

Where are all my chocolate lovers?! This amazing chocolate oreo trifle is filled to the brim with chocolatey, creamy flavors and has a little extra crunch from crushed up Oreos. The best part? It can be thrown together in less than an hour, semi-homemade style. It's also dairy-free, and can be made gluten-free. This semi-homemade chocolate oreo trifle is a must have for everyone who wants a mind blowing throw-it-together dessert for special occasions. Prepare the Layers There are four different layers to this trifle:Chocolate CakeChocolate PuddingWhipped CreamOreosChocolate Cake: You can use a store bought mix to save time, but I…

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Orange Babas

Great Baking Challenge Recipe #2: Great British Bake Off/Baking Show, Series 3 (UK)  Episode 1: Technical Challenge– Rum Baba      This recipe was definitely a little messy, but really fun to make! Rum babas are a kind of hybrid between a bread and a cake. It requires yeast and rising before it's baked. The dough is super sticky, so it's a little hard to work with, but don't be tempted to add a ton of flour to make it easier. Adding more flour will make the babas too dry. I had scraper in one hand basically the whole time…

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Classic Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Great Baking Challenge Recipe #1: Great British Bake Off/Baking Show, Series 3 (UK) Episode 1: Signature Challenge– Upside Down Cake This first recipe of my challenge went a bit astray from what I wanted to. I was going to try to do something that wasn’t typical, and I had decided I would do David Lebovitz’s recipe for Plum Blueberry Upside Down Cake from his book Ready for Dessert: My Best Recipes… but after I had decided and went out to buy the ingredients, I couldn’t find any plums! I should have realized I wouldn’t be able to find fresh plums…

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