These sinfully delicious St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Trifles alternate smooth and creamy pudding with crunchy chocolate mint cookie crumbles and are topped off with a cloud of whipped cream, green and gold sprinkles, and a chocolate gold coin. Layer after delicious layer of mint and chocolate goodness, these individual Mint Chocolate Trifles are the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert!
Whether you’re talking about Thin Mint Brownies or Mint Chocolate Chip Popsicles, I’ve long believed that mint and chocolate are a match made in heaven! So when I was thinking about the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert, I just knew I had to whip something up that featured this incredible flavor combination. Not to mention the fact that mint is green and everyone knows that you have to eat green things on St. Patty’s Day. Right?!
If you are looking for a quick and easy St. Patrick’s Day dessert, you’ve found it! These delicious Mint Chocolate Trifles are a sweet minty green dessert made with creamy vanilla pudding, chocolate mint cookies, whipped topping, sprinkles and chocolate gold coins that are perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day party!
Not only do these no-bake mint oreo layer dessert trifles taste delicious, but they also look beautiful, too! With their eye-catching green and brown layers, these Mint Chocolate Trifles are an easy St. Patrick’s Day dessert. You can make this recipe as a big batch in a bowl or in individual servings in trifle cups, mason jars, or any other cute container. It’s completely up to you!
How to Make St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Trifles
This St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Trifle recipe is a super easy recipe mostly made from store-bought ingredients that come together in no time at all. Seriously, these delicious no-bake desserts take 10 minutes to assemble (not including the time it takes to allow the pudding to firmly set in fridge)!
What You Will Need
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Mint Chocolate Trifles Ingredients
These St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Trifles alternate smooth and creamy pudding with crunchy chocolate mint cookie crumbles and are topped with a light, fluffy cloud of whipped cream, green and gold sprinkles, and a chocolate gold coin. You’ll need to buy the following ingredients:
- chocolate gold coins
- vanilla pudding
- mint creme Oreos
- whipped cream
- gold sprinkles
- green jimmies
- green food coloring (I prefer to use gel)
You’ll find the complete recipe in the printable recipe card below.
St. Patrick’s Day dessert Instructions
Making these delicious little sinful trifles is incredibly easy. All you have to do is whip up some pudding, color it (which requires a few drops of food coloring – easy peasy), crumble up the cookies and then layer both in some cute little cups or bowls. Top the trifles off with some whipped cream, followed by a dusting of green and gold sprinkles, and then crown them with an edible gold coin. That’s it!
Can You Make Mint Chocolate Trifles Ahead of Time
St. Patrick’s Day Mint Chocolate Trifles can be made a day in advance. Just note: if you serve right after making, or within a few hours, the cookies will remain very crisp and crunchy. If you serve the next day, however, the cookies will become softer. It doesn’t change the taste at all though, and it’s truly a personal preference.
In addition, I would not add the whipped cream until right before you serve these St. Patrick’s Day desserts. Otherwise, the whipped cream will begin to melt. And while it tastes amazingly delicious mixed in with the mint chocolate cookies and vanilla pudding, it doesn’t look as good. 🙂
- 1 3.9 oz instant pudding mix, vanilla
- 2 cups milk, for pudding
- 12 mint creme Oreo's, crushed
- whipped topping
- 1-2 tbsp gold sprinkles
- 1-2 tbsp green jimmies
- 2-4 drops food coloring gel, green
- 4 chocolate gold coins
- Mix pudding according to instruction on the box. Mix in 2-4 drops of green food coloring at the same time you add the milk to the pudding mix. Refrigerate until ready to assemble.
- Chop the Oreos until crushed.
Assembling Mint Chocolate Trifles
- Layer the trifles in 4 trifle cups, mason jars, or mini bowls. Start with a layer of chopped Oreo cookies followed by a layer of pudding. Repeat, making sure you end with a top layer of crushed Oreo. Next add the whipped cream, followed by the green and gold sprinkles. Finish by inserting a chocolate gold coin into the whipped cream off to one side.
Serving Size:1 mini trifle
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 350Unsaturated Fat: 0g
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