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These are mini individual trifles that are so simple to make, yet look and taste gorgeous. You can look for a strawberry or raspberry coulis recipe on the site - it is easy to make and will taste better than using jam.

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IngredientsServes: 6

  • 200ml single cream, chilled
  • 8 sponge fingers
  • 6 tablespoons Muscat
  • 6 tablespoons strawberry or raspberry coulis
  • 250g strawberries or raspberries (or a mix of both)
  • 200ml custard
  • chocolate shavings to decorate

MethodPrep:20min ›Ready in:20min

  1. For the whipped cream: Put a glass bowl and electric mixer beaters in the freezer for at least 30 minutes. Remove from freezer and pour the cream into the cold bowl, and whisk until you have whipped cream.
  2. Cut the sponge fingers into small pieces and add to each glass.
  3. Mix the Muscat and fruit coulis in a bowl. Pour 2 tablespoons of the coulis mixture into each glass. Add the berries. (Keep a few berries aside.) Pour the custard over the berries. Add the whipped cream and top with the remaining berries and chocolate shavings.

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very nice-09 Jul 2013

Layered Strawberry Trifle

This Layered Strawberry Trifle recipe is super easy to make.

The flavors are great together, and it’s a super impressive dessert for spring or summer… or whenever you can find the best, juicy strawberries! Add in other berries for a berry-licious recipe! In fact, if you add fresh blueberries… it will turn into a pretty, impressive festive summer recipe for 4th of July and barbecues.

What is a trifle?

Trifle is a very traditional English dessert, so good that now is well known all over the world.

Traditionally, it consists of layers of custard, cake (soaked in wine), fresh fruit, whipped cream and sometimes jelly (equivalent to jello in US), served in a footed trifle bowl.

Now, over the years, as it became more popular, people around the world started to adapt trifles to make it easier to be made in their countries, and also to fit their personal preferences.

For our strawberry trifle I added a little Brazilian twist, as I used condensed milk in the custard, and meringue cookies instead of cake. Trust me, this combo is amazing.

trifle dessert for Christmas

Taste Of Summer Finalist: Strawberry Trifle

Susan Jones has no shame in admitting that she's not the world's best cook.

"Whenever someone says, 'Everybody bring a dish,' I'm not happy," she says.

Jones is from Indiana and is the editor and publisher of the New Carlisle News. She's also been a board member of Historic New Carlisle, her town's historical society, for 20 years. For the first five years, the group's bimonthly fundraiser teas were a point of anxiety for Jones.

"We fill our dining room table with wonderful treats that everyone makes — savory finger sandwiches, gorgeous little to-die-for cookies," she says. "And for years, I would show up with this plate of little hard cookies or dry brownies — something that would always be left over after the tea. It was humiliating."

Then one windy day, everything changed. She was taking her dog Wally for a walk on a country road when she noticed papers flying all over the place. She started picking up some of the pages.

"They were recipes. Somebody had cleaned out their kitchen and maybe put them on their computer and dumped them in the recycling," she says.

A recipe for strawberry trifle caught her eye. "It looked like it would be fancy and it would be delicious, and I could actually do it," she says.

Vote For Your Favorite

This recipe is among three finalists in our Taste of Summer contest. Take a look at the two others below and vote for your favorite by sending a message to All Things Considered here. Make sure to put "Taste Of Summer Vote" in the subject line.

Mini Strawberry Champagne Trifles

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! We had a really great several days with lots of family, fun and great food. We had about 16 people at our house Christmas night – all family – and had a great time. My nieces brought over their new game, Watch Ya’ Mouth, which I’ve seen tons of people playing and never knew what it was. It’s hilarious and we couldn’t stop laughing. I don’t think my stomach has hurt that much from laughing in a long time!

And of course now that the fun is all over, it’s time for more fun with New Years! And what’s more fun than dessert?

For those who are starting to entertain again, I’d love to hear what you’re doing for Memorial Day coming up? Hosting a little shin-dig? Or maybe just family is coming? This dessert is so easy because you make it, keep in the fridge, and pull out of fridge right before serving. Easy!

I love how you can mix up the berries, too!

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GORGEOUS. We made trifle just once living in Scotland, and have never quite gotten it right ever again in the states - we have ingredients, of course, but they're not quite the same - for instance, we don't have Alpro custard. Still, this is such a nice end-of-summer treat, and so pretty!

Hey Tanita, I would have thought you'd have lots of dairy-free choices over there. It is such a comforting dessert. I have probably put it in your mind now!

We do have tons of dairy-free, but custard just isn't as commonly eaten on the West Coast, so we have to make it from scratch - not a terrible thing, but we tend to slow down the process by just. eating it. Ahem! But, we'll get there eventually.

Those fresh strawberries look amazing! And that sounds like such a fun trip. What a great way to use fresh strawberries and it looks like the perfect summer recipe.

Oh my goodness those strawberries are good and yes it's the perfect summer dessert.

I have a trifle bowl that I've used once in like 5 years! I do love trifles though and definitely need to make this recipe - strawberries are my favorite!

Oh yes, don't let that bowl go to waste and you could make some many other flavours as well as strawberry trifles.

My mother used to make a trifle like this with tins of fruit cocktail. I used to make it too but stopped making it when my daughter became vegetarian. I did not know about that jelly. What a great tip and yes M&S strawberries are always worth buying.

I am sure I had one like that as a child too. Maybe at an aunts house. Yes do look for the jelly and gorge on the M&S strawberries.

M&S's slogan is one of my all time favourite, so glad to see it extends to strawberries! They look incredibly fresh and delicious, what a gorgeous trifle too!

Haha well I decided it should. Not sure if they say that about their strawberries, but they should and yes the trifle was lush.

M&S strawberries are the BEST! The farm trip looks a lot of fun :)

You are so right, just delicious and yes it was a really interesting trip. They have a great farm shop and cafe too if you are ever in the area.

I used to live in the UK, and this recipe makes me nostalgic for ingredients I can't find easily in the US. It seems like a good time to hit up some old friends to send a care package so I can make your trifle as it's intended.

Haha yes, do make the most of friends in the UK. Trifle is like a fruity hug in a bowl. So fabulous, especially with these strawberries.

scottish strawberries are the best! Perhaps that is why my mum never put srawberries in her trifle. I just remember loving how the layer of custard got quite firm and we could pick it up and it was pink where it met the jelly. We have a glitter jelly that is vegetarian but it does not set very well when I have tried it - wonder if it is the same as the british one? Your trifle looks fantastic.

Yes I bet you enjoy the berries every time you visit. Trifle is definitely a good memory from childhood. It really takes you back. A shame your jelly doesn't set well, this one is really good. Let me know if you would like me to send you a few packets. Unfortunately the strawberries will have to wait until your next visit.

I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x

This super-fast and easy dessert is my go-to for parties and family events when I want to keep it healthy but still have a delicious and decadent sweet. It is delicious with any seasonal berries, like strawberries or raspberries or with sliced local peaches. You can make it as a full recipe or just as easily adjust for individual servings sizes, as shown in the photo.

  • 1 angel food cake (you can make your own but store-bought is just as good)
  • 2 (3-ounce) boxes of sugar-free vanilla instant pudding mix
  • 2 ½ cups fat-free milk
  • 1 quart of fresh strawberries
  • 1 regular-size tub of nondairy whipped topping
  1. Mix the instant pudding with the milk and let it sit while preparing the strawberries and angel food cake.
  2. Wash and slice the strawberries.
  3. Layer: ½ angel food cake torn into bite-sized pieces ½ sliced strawberries ½ the pudding.
  4. Repeat layering the angel food cake, strawberries and pudding.
  5. Top with whipped topping and garnish with 1 large strawberry.

Stacey Kendrick, MS, is a health educator with more than 20 years of experience in wellness and population health. She spent much of her career at Vanderbilt’s Faculty/Staff Wellness Program and currently works in Strategic Marketing at Vanderbilt. She is mother to two adult daughters. In her free time, she teaches healthy cooking classes, runs, gardens and enjoys backyard bonfires.


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Recipe Summary

  • 2 ½ cups water
  • 2 cups white sugar
  • 5 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1 (3 ounce) package strawberry-flavored gelatin mix (such as Jell-O®)
  • 2 pints strawberries, sliced
  • 1 ½ (8 ounce) containers fat-free whipped topping (such as Cool Whip®), or more to taste
  • 1 (16 ounce) prepared pound cake (such as Sara Lee®), cut into cubes

Combine water, sugar, and cornstarch together in a saucepan cook, stirring constantly, over medium-high heat until mixture is boiling and thickened, 5 to 10 minutes. Remove saucepan from stove and stir gelatin mix into sugar mixture until dissolved. Set strawberry glaze aside to cool.

Layer half the strawberries in the bottom of a trifle or glass bowl. Drizzle half the strawberry glaze over strawberry layer until evenly coated. Spread half the whipped topping over strawberry layer top with pound cake. Layer the remaining strawberries, strawberry glaze, and whipped topping, respectively, over pound cake.

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