Chocolate Deliciousness a la Reddi-Wip {Death by Chocolate}

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If you walk into my kitchen at any point, you will notice at least two kitchen chairs pushed to the countertop.  Someone once suggested that perhaps I had a poltergeist, but fortunately for me… it’s just a two-year-old.  A two-year-old who loves to cook!

Her favorite thing is baking, so we decided to whip up a little Death by Chocolate to share with some kids at a local high school.  Their semester is coming to an end and their teacher, our good friend, thought they deserved a treat.  You’ll love how *easy* this is.

You will need:

  • Brownie Mix {Betty Crocker is just $1.38 at Walmart}
  • Chocolate Pudding
  • Chocolate Candy {since we’re peanut-free, we used a Hershey kiss!}

Next, prepare the Brownie Mix as directed using:

  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2/3 cup Wesson oil
  • 2 eggs
  • Bake as directed depending on which size pan you use {24 minutes for a 13 x 9 inch pan}

It took a Denzel Washington hostage negotiation strategy to get that egg back…

Then, prepare the chocolate pudding:

  • You’ll need at least 3 cups of milk
  • Stir for two minutes then let it set up in the refrigerator

When the brownies are cool & the pudding is set, cut the brownies into small bite size pieces and just start layering the dessert in your favorite clear dish.  If you want to make sure you have enough servings, you can make small parfaits using single serving plastic cups like this:

On a disappointing note, we are trapped under a layer of ice in the Carolinas… and schools are CLOSED!  Delivering our chocolate deliciousness will just have to wait until the roads are clear.  Though we may need to have another baking session… I can’t seem to keep the chairs away from the counter and little fingers out of the brownies! 

 

*I was compensated by Collective Bias to shop for some of the ingredients for this recipe.  It’s a great gig.* 

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3 Comments

  1. Those look yummy! And your little helpers look like they enjoyed them too!
    ~Liz

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  2. WHERE DID YOU FIND THESE PARFAIT CUPS? WAS ABOVE ENOUGH FOR THE VARSITY TEAM IN YOUR AREA?

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    • Hi, Tabitha. These little cups are just plastic wine glass cups from the supermarket. The amount that I made was for about 40-50 kids at a local high school, but not football players. Let me know if I can help you more. :)

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