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Monday, September 24, 2012

The Easiest Ever Pumpkin Spice Latte Dessert...

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This little experiment came from my love of English trifle as a dessert.
We usually have English trifle at Christmas, but I was really craving trifle with some fall flavours as I was sipping a Starbucks pumpkin spice latte this week.
And then it dawned on me....what if I used an actual pumpkin spice latte as the starting point for a trifle.
Instead of making a custard to soak into pound cake...what would happen if I used a pumpkin spice latte?
I got busy and gave it a whirl.
Using store bought ingredients, It took me all of 10 minutes to put this dessert together in individual dessert dishes.
 I let it set in the fridge for a few hours and then got out my spoon...oh delish!
This creation did not disappoint!
The flavour of the pumpkin spice latte soaked into the poundcake beautifully and with whipped cream, skor toffee bits and was amazing!
And the beauty of this...anyone can make baking required!
Pumpkin Spice Latte Dessert

1/2 pound cake loaf {Find in bakery section or frozen food section of grocery store.}
1 tall pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks, cooled in fridge
1 can whipped cream
3/4 cup skor toffee bits
Spiced vanilla walnuts {Mine came from the Safeway gourmet nut counter.}
1 bottle caramel dessert sauce {Find in the dessert section. of grocery store.}
6 Individual dessert bowls


1. Cube pound cake into 1 inch cubes as shown.

2. Press cubes of poundcake into bottom of dessert bowls to make first layer.

3. Pour cold pumpkin spice latter over pound cake cubes....enough to just cover the cubes.

4. Sprinkle with skor toffee bits and vanilla spiced nuts.

5. Cover the pound cake, bits and nuts with whipped cream.

6. Repeat with another poundcake, pumpkin spice latter,  skor bits and nuts layer.

7. Spray with whipped cream.

8. Drizzle some caramel sauce over whipped cream and garnish with skor toffee bits.

9. Place in fridge.for  few hours. {If the whipped cream shrinks a bit as it get soaks into the poundcake, just spray a little  more whipped cream around the edges of the dessert bowl.

 This dessert is sooo much easier to make than a pie. I used to work full-time outside the home and I know that there is not always time to bake.
 This dessert can be make so quickly and easily.
This would make a wonderful dessert for Thanksgiving is that good!


Claire @ a little something in the meantime . . . said...

Angie, you are a kitchen genius! This sounds phenomenal (is 10 AM too early for dessert?) and would trick anyone into thinking you slaved away for hours ;) I have pinned so many pumpkin recipes lately (and had one total flop that was not even edible) but this will be on the Fall menu for sure!

Thanks for so readily sharing your brilliance :)

Happy Fall!

Jen said...

Oh my word this is so on my list to do this coming weekend! It has most all of my fav flavors! Looks so yummy :0) Thanks!
~Raspberry Willows~

alissa {33shadesofgreen} said...

Sounds delicious Angie - I can't get enough pumpkin right now! I think I would definitely need to purchase two pumpkin spice lattes - one to drink & one to take home for the dessert.

Leslie said...

What a delicious idea!! This looks unbelievable--all of my favorite things put together!

20 North Ora said...

Sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing.


Rustown Mom said...

YUM - will have to try this! Looks like a trifle (:

Leslie said...

YESSS!!! this looks awesome Angie!! I wish I would have read this sooner.. I could have got all of the ingredients tonight!!!

Nancy said...

Looks so yummy Angie, I only wish we had a Starbucks in our town!

Bronwyn said...

You kitchen diva!! Another slammin' dessert that any family would relish. This would be the yummiest non-traditional post-turkey dessert. I think the caffeine would nicely counteract that "turkey lethargy" that sets in immediately following the big meal!!

The Alchemist said...

Yum! Looks delicious!

Aimee said...

Guess I now know how to use a buy one get one free latte!!! YUM.

How2home said...

that is such an awesome idea! thanks for sharing, im definitely going to give this a try!

Craftberry Bush said...

Oh my friend just introduced me to the Starbucks pumpkin spice latte..and I loved it.. I'm posting a recipe next week...but this one looks oh soooo good...!

Jaime Lyn said...

ohhh YUM. Yum. Yum. AND you made this look simple to make! Thanks for sharing!
Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

Morgan said...

This sounds delicious! And you made them look so pretty! :)

Mrs Bishop said...

This sounds delicious!!!

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

I think I will be making these several times this season.

Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily Farm Girl said...

These look amazing! I hope I could persuade you to share your recipe at my Blog Fest

Happy Chinadoll said...

That looks yummy :)

Jessica McCoy said...

Now that is what I call good!

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