Trifles are a quick, easy, light and popular summer dessert. There are lots of fruit, jelly, custard, cake and cream recipe combinations to choose from.
A trifle that is so delicious yet just a little bit different. It easy to prepare and leave in the fridge until needed.
Why should the best things be kept for dessert? This healthy spin on trifle is a great way to start the day.
This is a simple trifle that is filled with peach and raspberries. It looks great in its layers of jelly, custard and cream.
Rich and creamy chocolate trifle made with vanilla wafers. You can also make it in individual serving glasses, perfect for a Christmas party.
This is a great dessert recipe I got from my English cousin. It has peaches, strawberries and blueberries.
Built similar to a Tiramisu layers of lady fingers are soaked with a milk Cointreau mixture then layers including apples and whipped cream build the finished product.
If time is short you can use tinned pineapple instead of chopping up a fresh one to make this Christmas dessert - if you do, drain the syrup.
The secret to this easy raspberry trifle is to have the cream whipped in advance. Then you can assemble at the last minute and they won't get soft.
This is a very simple and very chocolatey dessert I like to make for Christmas and other festive occasions.
This decadent trifle using buttery hazelnut cake, mascarpone cream and fresh raspberries is a favourite for Christmas and birthdays in our family. I use a hazelnut cake I buy from my local baker. You can also use almond cake or a plain sponge or buttercake. The mascarpone can be replaced with spreadable cream cheese, if you prefer.