If You Suck at Decorating, Make This No-Bake Fall Dessert

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tangled dessay recipes can tell troubleAnd frankly, my oven is already busy enough During the holidays, Instead of making fancy desserts, let’s make a dessert that is impressive and yet still allows us Revel In his formlessness. a dessert that doesn’t need any heat required Zero decorating skills, and can be made in advance-nAy, should to be done in advance. You are cordially invited to make This Pumpkin Cheesecake Trifle. If you smash cookies with your fist, and stuff a pile of whipped pumpkin like your jamFollow me.

If you can make an icebox cake, you can make a trifle. Teahe biggest gap in between them have an icebox cake Is built and a tricycle is thrown away. Besides tasting great, this style of dessert makes A great example for other simple desserts: All you need is whipped cream and a dry ingredient to absorb some moisture, and you have a classy treat. Since the Trifle Icebox takes the idea and stacks it into one container, the only decorating tool you need is a presentable vessel. you can do itCan make a large bowl, a large mason jar, or even delicious individual servings in a champagne glass. selection of a clear container will let you show Layers moving in. These Layers are decorations. any piping bag or frosting required, The way you drop things in the bowl is enough for decoration.

To make this giant dessert, I used a pumpkin cream, whipped cream, cookies, and leftover cake (mine Apple Cider Bunt Cake is the gift that keeps on giving), but you can use any cake, or forgo the cake altogether, and just make an extra layer of cookies. for cookies, i used Anna’s Swedish Thins In ginger flavor, but you can use any dry, brittle cookie. This will happen Received Broke up anyway.

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add one Sweetened Whipped Cream and Pumpkin “Cheesecake” Layer. anymore, The fluffy crust calls out all the right flavors without actually requiring you to bake Said cheesecake. I like to get some of the moisture out of the pumpkin puree before adding it to the mix. Line a bowl with a few layers of paper towels And put puree on top. cover it with more paper towels until it’s damp-yYou can chase it with more paper towels if you want, but one round is usually enough. Throw away the paper and the pumpkin is ready to go. heat one-half package of cream cheese in the microwave until it is soft and spreadable, and Mix sugar, salt, spices, lemon juice and pumpkin puree. In a separate bowl, beat the cream to stiff peaks and gently fold To lighten it up, stir two or three cups of whipped cream into the pumpkin mixture.

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In a bowl or clear container of your choosing, spread one-third of pumpkin mixture over bottom. Crush some cookies in your hands and sprinkle on top. use Make sure to have as many cookies as needed to cover the creamy layer with about a half inch of cookie crumbles. The walls of the container crumble all the way so that you can see it from the outside. You’re already decorating, well done!

Pour one-third of your whipped cream onto the cookie layer, and top with more cookies. Repeat this, alternating the pumpkin cream with the cookies (or cake), and the whipped cream. pattern you like. Check in from the outside from time to time to see how your decorations are doing; TeaThis is your moment for sweet self-expression, and the tricycle is your artistic medium, Make as many layers as you have space and material and top it off along with any leftover cookie dusting,

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this recipe will be Make one large dessert instead, about 12-20 servings, but this will work equally well. cut in half. To make sure that the cookie layers absorb enough moisture from the cream layers, you need Make it at least five hours before serving, but I recommend doing the night before. Keep in the fridge when not being eaten. it will be covered in the cold for four days.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Trifle


Pumpkin Cream Cheese Base

  • 12 ounces cream cheese, microwaved until soft and melted
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp ground cardamom
  • ¼ tsp ground cloves
  • 1 can pumpkin (15 oz), drained of excess water with paper towels
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice

whipped cream

  • 1 quart heavy cream
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • cookies or cake for layering (I used a 2.5 box Anna’s Swedish ThinsAnything else? Cake,

In a large mixing bowl, beat the warm cream cheese with the salt and sugar until smooth. Add all remaining ingredients to the cream cheese base and beat until smooth.

In a separate mixing bowl, beat the heavy cream and sugar on medium-high speed for about 10 minutes or until firm peaks are reached. Add vanilla extract and stir. Gently fold about 3 cups whipped cream into pumpkin mixture. It should look light and fluffy and you should have roughly equal amounts of both creamy mixtures in separate bowls.

In a small bowl of your choice, layer the Pumpkin Cream, crumbled cookies, and whipped cream. Each cookie layer should be about a half-inch thick. It doesn’t matter in what order the creams are added, but the cookies should be between each layer to provide maximum material for absorbing moisture. Finish the trifle with a layer of the cream you have left over and store in the fridge for 5-24 hours before serving.

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