Pumpkin Butterscotch Trifle

I was having a hard time deciding what to make for dessert this Thanksgiving.  I wanted to make something different, but still appropriate for the holiday.  There must have been some divine intervention on Wednesday, because I found myself suddenly thinking about a pumpkin trifle, and the rest was history!

I used the recipe for pumpkin muffins from Vegan with a Vengeance, but I baked the batter in two small loaf pans rather than muffin tins.  Then I made a double batch of the Butterscotch Pudding from The Joy of Vegan Baking using Silk Pumpkin Spice soy milk.  It was one giant pot of pudding, you guys.  And it was good.

I assembled the whole thing the next day by layering slices of the loaf with the pudding and MimicCreme Healthy Top whipped topping.  I was able to fit three layers of each.  I topped the whole thing off with a sprinkling of cinnamon, and then I just stared at it for a while.

It’s not all that often that I have the opportunity to make a trifle.  Puddings and custards are by far my favorite desserts, with cake a close second.  Getting to have both of them together with some creamy whipped topping thrown in for good measure is my dessert dream come true.  With seven people (and multiple helpings) we barely put a dent in this thing.  But I’m not complaining about having left-overs!  Hope you guys had a great Thanksgiving!

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16 Responses to “Pumpkin Butterscotch Trifle”

  1. WOAH! That looks sooooo fricking good.

  2. That looks incredible!

  3. That looks amazing! What a creative dessert!!

  4. Feel free to send me some of the leftovers! :P That looks beautiful and mouthwateringly yummy!

  5. what an incredibly beautiful dessert! and sounds soooo yummy.

  6. It looks and sounds excellent.

  7. I have been dreaming of something like this! YUM!

  8. Sign me up for leftovers, that looks AMAZING!

  9. That looks incredible, I love pumpkin deserts!

  10. Please feel free to send any leftovers my way. Seriously, holy YUM! I’d love to try something like this, but I’m the only one in my household who would eat it. Too dangerous lol.

  11. You seriously outdid yourself there, seriously.

  12. Gauri Radha गौरी राधा 05. Dec, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    That looks marvelous!!

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