Gluten Free Chocolate and Peanut Butter Trifle

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Disclaimer: I did receive complimentary Udi’s Brownie Bites, however, they are delicious and I would have happily bought them to make this recipe!

This dessert is so easy to make but absolutely delicious! It’s beautiful enough to serve to company and requires very little prep time.

Gluten Free Chocolate & Peanut Butter Trifle


Udi’s Gluten Free Brownie Bites (I used the Dark Chocolate)
Mini Peanut Butter Cups
Peanut Butter
Whipped Cream
Instant Vanilla Pudding (be sure it is gluten free)

Step by Step Chocolate Peanut Butter Gluten Free Trifle


This is one of the easiest desserts you will ever make…trust me! My kids think I’m a hero for making this…especially my son who is on a gluten free diet and often feels he has to miss out when it comes to dessert. Even one of our non-gluten-free kids has requested that I make this for his next birthday!!!

Take the wrappers off the brownie bites and cut them in half. The thing that makes the Udi’s ones so great in this recipe is that they have chocolate chips in them so they add a little crunch. Place about a third of the brownie bites in the bottom of your bowl.

It is best to use a glass bowl so that the layers can be seen.

Mix pudding according to package directions. (This usually involves adding 2 cups of milk and whisking for a few minutes.) When the pudding begins to firm up, add about a half a cup of peanut butter and whisk that in. Congratulations! As easy as that, you have made peanut butter pudding!

Spoon a layer of the pudding on top of the brownie bites in the bowl. Add a layer of whipped cream and sprinkle with some of the mini peanut butter cups.

Repeat the layers again beginning with the rest of the brownie bites and ending with the little peanut butter cups. As easy as that, you have a lovely gluten free dessert ready to serve!


  1. I’m looking at this and saying to myself this looks super delicious but would probably put on 10lbs. My kids would surely love this though. Not sure how much of those Reeses Minis would make it in there because they might be gone before it was done. šŸ™‚

    • To be perfectly honest, I didn’t use the whole bag of Reeses minis for the trifle. Some of them made their way into the freezer for me to snack on after the kids went to bed!

  2. I didn’t know Udi’s made brownie bites! This looks delicious.

  3. Looks Yummy!!

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  5. This looks delicious, but just a heads up. The last I check, the Reese’s unwrapped mini’s are not gluten free.


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