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Baking & Spices
|2 cartons||(16 ounces each) frozen whipped topping, frozen whipped|
|2 cans||(21 ounces each) apple pie filling|
|3 packages||(3.4 ounces each) instant vanilla pudding mix, instant|
|1 tsp||Apple pie spice|
|1 package||Cake mix, yellow regular size|
|1 jar||Caramel ice cream topping|
Nuts & Seeds
|1 1/2 cups||Pecans, toasted|
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Caramel Apples are something I feel everyone should like, after all it is pretty much an American staple. So when I stumbled across this recipe, my mouth literally dropped open. "Caramel Apple Trifle?" Does this really exist? Why yes, yes it sure does and here it is. I'm definitely trying this.
Caramel Apple Triffle: 3tbs butter, 4c chopped peeled tart apples (about 5 medium), 1c chopped walnuts, 1/2c packed brown sugar, 1tsp apple pie spice divided, 8oz cream cheese softened, 12-1/4oz caramel ice cream topping divided, 12oz frozen whipped topping thawed divided, 2 loaves (10-3/4oz each) frozen pound cake thawed cut into 1-inch cubes - click link for directions
Pumpkin Trifle. From Country Woman 1993. A great alternative to pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving. I use homemade gingerbread. I have substituted Cool-Whip for the whipping cream. For a company Christmas party one year I took this and Lemon Trifle-used spice cake, no pumpkin or spices; and Chocolate Trifle-used spice cake, no pumpkin or spices. All three went over very well!
Apple Pie Caramel Apples. I tried these and although I made a huge mess out of my kitchen in the process, they were delicious!! They tasted like the ones from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. But in the recipe she said to use white chocolate...WRONG...I used white almond bark. You could also probably use the vanilla candy melts they sell in the cake decorating section of A.C.Moore, etc.