Holiday Dessert Shooters

Creamy Chocolate Trifle Recipe - www.cobornsblog.com

Clayton, Coborn's Inc. Director of Bakery - www.cobornsblog.comParty season will be upon is before we know it. My name is Clayton and I have created a easy dessert that I have made for my wife to
take to her work potluck and my daughter made with a friend to take to a New Year’s Eve party. They will also be a great hit at our
next holiday party at home. Want to try something new? These individual desserts are not only fun to make, but will impress at your next gathering!

Creamy Chocolate Trifle

Creamy Chocolate Trifle
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Ingredients
  • 1 Box Graham Crackers
  • 1 Tin Pepperidge Farm Pirouette Chocolate Wafer Sticks
  • 1 Tub Cool Whip Chocolate Frosting
  • 1 Box Food Club Chocolate Pudding
  • Chocolate Shavings
  • Clear Plastic Cups
Instructions
  1. Mix chocolate pudding per box instructions or use canned.
  2. Refrigerate.
  3. Put Graham Crackers in a food processor until they are fine crumbs.
  4. Put a layer of crumbs in each cup.
  5. Spoon in or fill a piping bag with chocolate pudding and another piping bag with Cool Whip chocolate frosting.
  6. Cut the tip of the piping bag - ½ inch to ¾" wide opening will work great. Alternate layers of pudding and frosting, ending with frosting.
  7. Break wafer sticks in half.
  8. Insert half of a wafer stick into each cup along the side.
  9. Top with chocolate pieces or shaved chocolate.
  10. Refrigerate if made ahead of time. Enjoy!
Notes
Chocolate shavings can be shaved from a block of chocolate almond bark or Hershey candy bar.

 

Mini Holiday Trifle Recipe - www.cobornsblog.com

Mini Holiday Trifle

Mini Holiday Trifle
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Ingredients
  • 1 Box Graham Crackers
  • 1 Box Food Club Vanilla Pudding
  • 3 Tubs Cool Whip White Frosting
  • Red and Green Food Coloring
  • Fresh Cherries
  • 1 Can Cherry filling
  • White Almond Bark
  • Chocolate Almond Bark
  • Clear Plastic Cups
Instructions
  1. Mix vanilla pudding per box instructions.
  2. Refrigerate.
  3. Put Graham Crackers in a food processor until they are fine crumbs.
  4. Put a layer of crumbs in each cup.
  5. Mix a bowl of cool whip with green food coloring and a bowl of cool whip with red food coloring.
  6. Spoon carefully or fill a piping bag with vanilla pudding.
  7. Put the white, green and red cool whip in piping bags as well.
  8. Cut the tip of the piping bags - ½ inch to ¾" wide opening will work great.
  9. Add layer of vanilla pudding, followed by a red cool whip layer, a green cool whip layer and finally a white cool whip layer.
  10. Melt chocolate almond bark in a small bowl.
  11. Dip cherries in chocolate and place on parchment paper to cool.
  12. Spoon a couple cherries from filling on the top of each desert.
  13. Place a chocolate covered cherry on each dessert slightly to the side.
  14. Finish off with white almond bark chocolate shavings.

 

I hope your friends and family enjoy these delicious treats! Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!

 

– Clayton
Coborn’s, Inc. Director of Bakery

 

 

Cooking with Cherries

Cherry Recipes from Coborns and CobornsDeliversRecipes for Cherries

We all love a great cherry pie, but there are lots of other great dishes to create using fresh cherries. And, those dishes don’t have to be sweet. Cherries are a great ingredient for savory sauces. And they may be the new super fruit! Cherries are full of antioxidants which can help with joint pain and even boost your immune system. These little fruits are also a good source of melatonin – which has been linked to fight insomnia and even slow down the aging process!

Right now cherries are on sale at Coborn’s and CobornsDelivers and we hope you’ll try some of these recipes soon. Just grab your cherry pitter (or some willing helpers) and get cooking!

Make Your Own Jam

This is a no-recipe recipe for cherry jam. We love it because you can use just about any kind of cherry and you don’t need to add pectin!

Easy Cherry Crumble

This is a great recipe if you want a cherry dessert- without making a cherry pie. This fresh cherry crumble can also be made with or without nuts.  You can make this cherry dessert in a large dish of it or make it in individual dishes for a lovely presentation. Continue reading “Cooking with Cherries”

As American As Cherry Pie…

Mark your calendar because this Sunday is National Cherry Pie Day! On February 20, grab a slice of cherry pie and celebrate this delicious and fruity pie, second in popularity only to the mighty apple.

While the official origins of this food holiday are unknown, it does make sense to honor cherry pie this month. George Washington made the cherry tree popular with his famous quote, “I cannot tell a lie, I chopped down the cherry tree,” as a young boy. Washington’s birthday is February 22, and we celebrate President’s Day the third Monday in February in his honor. Continue reading “As American As Cherry Pie…”