Pumpkin Patch Trifle

Pumpkin Patch Trifle

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What a way to re-purpose a Pumpkin Bread!

Now I’m sure not many of you will have an extra pumpkin bread laying around, since once you bake it, it will be devoured instantly!

But for those who bake pumpkin breads in multiples (like me!) You may have an extra one to spare!

If not – well….GET BAKING!

The Pumpkin Patch Trifle idea is as adorable as it is delicious and can be a really fun treat for an after school pick me up!

Layered with fresh vanilla custard laced with brown sugar & pecans!!

Crushed Oreo Cookies for the dirt patch and Brach’s Candy Corn Pumpkin Candies for the pumpkin!

Add a bit of green buttercream vines and leaves and you have yourself a fast easy treat for any occasion!

I’m thinking how cute these would be for the Thanksgiving dessert buffet table!


Pumpkin Patch Trifle
 
This is a building on recipes project so be sure to have the pumpkin bread baked and cooled
Prepare the custard just before assembling the trifle
For those who only have the traditional family style Trifle Bowl you can use that with the same quantities as listed below
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine the crushed golden oreos with the brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice and chopped pecans
  2. Cut the Pumpkin Bread into slices that are approximately ¼" thick
  3. Layer the trifle glasses as shown in the video with custard, golden oreo mixture, pumpkin bread and then the chocolate oreos last as the top layer.
  4. Add the Brach's candy pumpkins and add optional green buttercream leaves and vines
Notes
Trifles must be kept refrigerated at all times due to the pastry cream

Store in the refrigerator for up to 5 day covered with plastic wrap
 

 

 

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  1. Hi Gretchen. physician by profession, but pastry chef/baker in my mind… Can you do a tutorial on a cake for a movie themed birthday party … A cake shaped and decorated like a popcorn box topped with popcorn, I think this would be useful to all your fans,
    Thanks
    Joyce

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