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Irish Cream Push Pops for St. Patrick’s Day

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Welcome to Day 3 of our St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun Celebration! Today I’ve whipped up a super fun dessert for you…Irish Cream Push Pops! These adorable little treats are all the rage right now, so when I spotted some for sale on Pick Your Plum, I quickly snatched them up. But never fear, I also created an Irish Cream Trifle for you in case you don’t have the push pops or can’t find them to buy.

Irish Cream Push Pops :: Recipe on HoosierHomemade.com

See…aren’t they the cutest? I’ve shared Trifles many times over the last couple of years, they are one of my favorite desserts to make and serve. They go together quickly, look impressive and the few ingredients go a long way.

Irish Cream Push Pops :: Recipe on HoosierHomemade.com

I started with a batch of my new favorite brownie…Better Than Brownies…and sprinkled half of the batter with Andes Mint Chips. {Stay tuned to see what I’m making the the other half} Then to add the Irish Cream flavor, I used International Delight Creamer, pouring it over the brownies as well as mixing it into the pudding.  The Andes Mint are a perfect addition, giving it a little extra minty flavor.

Irish Cream Push Pops :: Recipe on HoosierHomemade.com

If you are looking for the Push Pops Containers, you can find them at craft stores made by Wilton or online!  But if you don’t happen to find the Push Pop Containers, you can very easily serve this St. Patrick’s Day Dessert in a Trifle Glass.

Irish Cream Push Pops :: Recipe on HoosierHomemade.com

Irish Cream Trifle

Irish Cream Trifle :: Recipe on HoosierHomemade.com

Any clear glass container will work for the Irish Cream Trifle. I have used large, small and even votive glasses to serve in.

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Irish Cream Trifle Dessert Recipe
 
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Delicious dessert to serve for St. Patrick's Day or anytime. Recipe from HoosierHomemade.com
Ingredients
  • 1 batch of Better Than Brownies sprinkled with Andes Mint Chips or chocolate cake
  • International Delight Irish Creme Coffee Creamer {1/2 cup for pudding + ½ cup for cake}
  • 1 (4 oz) pkg of Instant Vanilla Pudding + 3-4 drops of green food color
  • 1½ cups milk
  • 1 box of Andes Chocolate Candy
  • 1 bag of Andes Mint Chips (in the baking aisle)
  • 1 tub of Cool Whip Whipped Topping or fresh whipping cream
Instructions
Better Than Brownies
  1. Mix brownies and sprinkle with Andes Mint Chips, bake and cool
Pudding
  1. Combine vanilla pudding with 1½ cups milk and ½ cups Irish Creamer {you can use more creamer if you want, just decrease milk, you need a total of 2 cups}
  2. Mix well and place in fridge to set
  3. After the brownies {or cake} have cooled, cut into pieces and place in a dish, poke with a fork and pour Irish Creamer over, place in fridge about 10 minutes
Assembly
  1. Place a layer of brownie in the bottom, top with pudding mixture, sprinkle with chopped Andes candies or chips, add Cool Whip, and sprinkle with Andes mint chips or green jimmie sprinkles
  2. Repeat layers depending on the size of dish you are using

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Comments

  1. says

    I LOVE trifles!(Actually,I have a HUGE sweet tooth,so more or less I love all desserts – but trifles are one of my biggest favorites!).So,I will prefer making this as a trifle than push pops.
    Thank you for sharing the recipe.:-) I have a little question though – are Andes mint chips the same as Andes Chocolate Mints?To be honest,I had to Google since we don’t really get them here.
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