TOFFEE & BROWNIE BITS w/ STRAWBERRIES & CREAM DESSERT

Dessert must be made & refrigerated at least 8 hours before serving time.

1 ( 19.5-oz.) pkg. brownie mix
6 to 8 (1.4-oz.) toffee candy bars (Heath or Skor Bars), do not open the packages or
1 (8 oz.) pkg. Bits ‘O Brickle Toffee Bits
1 (3.5-oz pkg.) chocolate mousse mix (no cooking involved)
1 quart fresh strawberries
12 oz. sweetened whipped cream or Cool Whip

 

 



 

 

 

 

If baking the brownies, follow the package directions carefully. Do not to overcook.      Allow the brownies to cool completely before crumbling into bite-size pieces.  If brownies are purchased, then crumble into bite-size pieces.
Leave toffee bars in the un-opened packages & pound with a rolling pin to break into bits. (There is no mess when the package is opened to use.)
Prepare the chocolate mousse according to package directions, but do not chill as the package instructs.
Hull & wash the strawberries; then reserve several whole strawberries to use for final garnish. Leaving the reserved strawberries whole, slice the remaining strawberries, lengthwise.  
When ready to assemble the dessert, use a deep, clear bowl to make layers.  Begin with:
½ of the brownie bits
½ of the chocolate mousse (in teaspoon-size dollops)
½ of the broken toffee candy bars (reserve some for  sprinkling on the top)
½ the sliced strawberries
½ the sweetened whipped cream or Cool Whip
Repeat the layers; then cover the bowl & refrigerate for at least 8 hours before serving.  Just before serving, slice the reserved strawberries in half, lengthwise. Top dessert with the strawberry halves nestled in the whipped cream in several places; then sprinkle the reserved toffee on the top.

 

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