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Red Velvet cake is layered with hot fudge, whipped cream, and strawberries for a dessert so pretty, it may just find you falling in love!MORE+LESS-

Updated May 10, 2017

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box (15.25 oz) Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ Cake Mix Red Velvet, baked according to package directions

1

carton (8 oz) whipped topping

1 1/2

cups hot fudge sauce

3

cups fresh sliced strawberries

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    Cook and cool Betty Crocker™ cake mix in an 8x13.

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    Spoon whipped topping into each of 6 serving glasses. Add a layer each of hot fudge sauce, cubed cake, and strawberries. Repeat layers. Top with whipped cream and garnish as desired.

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  • Don't go to the trouble of dipping strawberries in chocolate -- when you can have the same awesomeness in a glass full of Chocolate Covered Strawberry Trifle!Valentines Day Tip: There are 7 Things Your S.O. Really Wants for Valentine's Day ... and we know what they are.Take off your dubious hat and listen up. I know what I’m talking about, and I’m going to tell it the way you straight up, straightforward, no mincing words.They may have said, “Don’t get me anything.” They're lying.They may have said, “I don’t even like Valentine's Day.” Forget that.As a public service to all people in the internet vicinity, here are seven things to remember on Valentine's Day.1) Do something. No matter how many times you two say you’re not going to celebrate, YOU are going to celebrate. Do something for Valentine's Day. No excuses. The end.2) Think ahead. There are no passes offered for poor planning. No grocery-store-flowers-on-the-way-home-from-work will be accepted. Conjure an idea, hunt, shop, conquer, and have it ready by Valentine's Day morning.3) Make it a surprise. You don’t have to break the bank, but give your special someone a little surprise. No gift cards, no kitchenware. It can be a book, a massage, dinner at a secret spot, photos, handmade, homemade, preordered, unpretentious — lots of options here. Just make sure you surprise and delight. Ten points.4) Choose two of four things. Still don’t know what to get? Let’s make it easy. Keep these parameters for in mind: Go for 1) Old things or new things and 2) Little things or big things. Just pick one from each list and you’re golden. A vintage ring you picked up from Etsy? Yep. A shiny new bike? Sure. A mid-sized toaster oven from your neighbor's garage sale? Not so much. Capiche?5) Use your handwriting. Write a personal note. Make it more than 8 words.6) Use specifics. Write it or say it, tell your guy or gal EXACTLY why you love them this Valentine's Day. None of this “you’re my angel” stuff. Lay it down, “I love watching you when you’re watching Dexter. You’re just so pretty in the light of the T.V.” Seriously, go for details.7) Get creative. No red roses. No box of chocolates. Switch it up this year. Show you care enough to get creative.To help you out, we’re gonna walk you through the world’s easiest dessert. You can make this gorgeous dessert and treat your love to a totally romantic dessert, even if you feel like a flub in the kitchen. Check how easy this dessert is to make.Your valentine will be all, like, “Babe! You’re amazing! How did you know?!!!”Way to go! You rocked that V-Day out.

Mixed Berry Cake Trifle with Chocolate Covered Strawberries For Two

I agonized for a long time about this one about whether or not to post it… because of the pictures. Ugh. Apparently “being real” is all the rage in blogging these days (It used to be all about glorifying this impossible ideal of a social-media-ready life, but now – more and more – I’m seeing bloggers glorifying the rejection of the glorified social-media-ready life… Yeah, my head’s exploding too.) so I’ll bite, for like a second, and admit that I almost held this one back because my perfectionism almost got the best of me.

I made the chocolate covered strawberries the night before I assembled and photographed these, and in my hurry and exhaustion, forgot to cover them so they shriveled a little bit. And I’m such a lunatic that that was nearly a dealbreaker even though these are basically the perfect last-minute Valentine’s Day dessert and it would have been, frankly, idiotic and cruel of me not to share them because the strawberries (and, let’s face it, the white balance) weren’t visually perfect.

[let me interject here to say that I am not fishing for complements on my photography…]

What can I say? My brain is a little off-kilter these days. Sleep deprivation does funny things. But that’s all I’ll say about that because I promised myself I wouldn’t turn into one of those bloggers who complains about how grueling their lives are when they get to stay home baking and taking pictures of amazing food all day or one of those moms who just whines about how tired I am. You don’t care. And I don’t really want to dwell on it. Especially not during a week that is supposed to be all heart eye emojis and giddiness – however Hallmark-induced – when we should be talking about the things we love.

So here’s what I love about these trifles:

  • Trifle is, as far as I can tell, some kind of Latin or Ancient Aramaic (or neither, more likely) word that translates into “a mess of ingredients that, when layered together in a glass receptacle, turns out really attractive and delectable”. Yes, I’m almost certain that is the exact translation.
  • Because it’s supposed to be kind of a beautiful mess, you don’t have to have any of the special skills or decorating prowess that many Valentine’s Day baked goods call for. I’m looking at you, sugar cookies.
  • They’re super adaptable to your, or your loved one’s, taste(s). Like, I wouldn’t blame you if you used chocolate cake instead of vanilla….
  • They take no time at all, so if you sorta kinda totally forgot Valentine’s Day was on the horizon, make these and no one will be the wiser. It’s like you planned it all along! (Hint: If you are super last minute, you can use Simple Mills cake mix in place of homemade cake to save even more time).

So, dessert is officially taken care of. The card, though? That’s all you!


Chocolate Covered Strawberry Brownie Trifle Delight

Simple trifle. 4 major ingredients. Layer them up and you get this very fluffy, dreamy Chocolate Covered Strawberry Brownie Trifle Delight! It's delectably overloaded with fresh, juicy strawberries, fresh whipped cream, fudgy chocolate brownies and Magic Shell Chocolate Topping.

Have I told you lately, Chocolate Covered Strawberry Brownie Trifle Delight, that I love you?

Here's a 'ga-ga' dessert that will go fast and furious. If for some weird reason you don't get dibs the first time around, you might not ever get a chance again. That is unless you make it, again.


Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Is there anything better than chocolate-covered strawberries? We think not. They're at once indulgent and classy, romantic and a little cheesy.

How do you make chocolate-covered strawberries?

The process is simple: You rinse and pat dry strawberries, then melt your chocolate. You can melt chocolate the fancy way in a double boiler (which really only sounds fancy&mdashit's super simple), or you can just melt it in the microwave in a heat-proof bowl.

What kind of chocolate is good for chocolate-covered strawberries?

We recommend using standard semisweet chocolate chips, but you can use dark chocolate, too.

Should I refrigerate chocolate-covered strawberries?

You want to refrigerate the strawberries until the chocolate is set, about 30 minutes, but then remove&mdashespecially before serving. We like the strawberries to be closer to room temperature for serving (no one ever likes to bite into an ice-cold strawberry!)

Do I need to use coconut oil in the chocolate?

We like to combine coconut oil and melted chocolate so that the chocolate hardens faster and a little thicker. The coconut oil makes the chocolate act like a chocolate shell. It's not essential&mdashand doesn't add much flavor at all&mdashbut we recommend it.


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