A Sweet Treat for Your Tuesday: Mini Egg Trifle

Mini Egg Trifle

Easter is sneaking up on us! Just under 2 weeks away. That means it time for some Easter desserts!

Trifles are on the top of my list when it comes to easy desserts. And the best part is that you can make them with anything: cake, brownies, fruit, chocolate bars, cookies…

…so I thought, why not try mini eggs! It would make the perfect Easter themed dessert.

Here’s what you need:

|| Double batch of brownies (prepared) || Chocolate pudding (prepared) || Whipping cream || 1 cup of Cream Cheese ||10 Oreo Cookies || 2-3 cups of Mini eggs ||


Prepare your brownies and pudding.

Let the pudding set in the fridge and the brownies cool.

Once your pudding is set, mix in the cup of cream cheese, so that it is fully combined, then mix in the 10 oreos (crushed). You’ll end up with a rich and creamy oreo pudding mixture.

Whip up your whipping cream. Crush 1.5 -2 cups of mini eggs into smaller pieces.

That’s it!

Time to assemble.

Layer the brownie, pudding, crushed mini eggs and whipping cream until you reach the top of your trifle dish.


Ending with the whipping cream and top with the leftover whole mini eggs.


Mmmmmm! This is the BEST dessert! The cream cheese cuts out a bit of the ‘richness’ of all the chocolate, but this will definitely satisfy any sweet-tooth out there!

Not to mention it is literally the easiest dessert to make; and with it being SO GOOD I promise you it will disappear quickly!


The trifle should keep well in the fridge for a few days, but I can’t tell you from experience beyond day two… because it never lasts that long… 🙂

Happy Baking!


7 thoughts on “A Sweet Treat for Your Tuesday: Mini Egg Trifle

  1. How much whipping cream and what size pudding box did you use? Am excited to try this although I’m not very good without solid amounts to use. 😉


    • Hi Kim! I used a 1 litre box of whipping cream. I had some left over, so if you made about 3/4 of a 1 litre box of whipping cream you should be good (Make sure to add a bit of sugar, I like to use powdered sugar, and 1 tsp of vanilla)! I used a 4 servings box of pudding (99g), you will have to add 2 cups of milk to the pudding to make it. Good luck with your baking 🙂


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