Top-Notch Trifle Recipes
Who doesn't love a creamy, delicious trifle? From fruit-filled recipes to chocolatey confections, these tasty treats will satisfy every sweet tooth.
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Raspberry Orange Trifle
An orange pound cake and decadent cream form the base of Ina’s luscious trifle, which she makes even better by incorporating raspberry jam and fresh berries.
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Individual Strawberry Trifles
Giada De Laurentiis' individual trifles are made with amaretto liquor; for a kid-friendly version, substitute fruit juice.
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Thin Mint Trifle
When Girl Scout cookie season comes, make sure to set aside one box for this trifle. Everybody's favorite chocolate-mint cookie is chopped up and cleverly snuck into the cake batter before being layered along with whipped cream and vanilla pudding.
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Lemon Tiramisu Trifle
Creamy, lemony layers are brightened by berries in this no-bake cross between tiramisu and trifle. Kids can assemble this treat with very little help.
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Moonshine Sauteed Apple and Peanut Butter Trifle
This trifle is a sweeter, creamier version of the classic snack combination. An easy, nutty crumble adds a tasty crunch to the luscious dessert.
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Mini Rosewater Trifles with Cardamom Cream
Blueberries, raspberries and an easy-to-make cardamom whipped cream give these individual-size trifles their pretty colors.
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Carrot Cake Trifle
Amp up a boxed carrot cake mix by turning it into a trifle! Layer chunks of the cake with a cream cheese pudding, then top the dish with crushed cookies and chocolate-coated strawberries to resemble a vegetable garden.
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Strawberry Shortcake Trifle
Valerie’s elegant trifle is bursting with strawberries and a hint of fresh lemon.
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Honey-Pear Icebox Trifle with Soft-and-Easy Ginger Snaps
Nancy’s trifle is whipped up in a snap, then cooled in the fridge until it’s time for dessert. She sweetens her homemade gingersnaps with honey-pear shrub, a type of “drinking vinegar” that can be found in specialty food stores.
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Lemon Curd Trifle with Fresh Berries
Layer pound cake, berries, lemon curd and whipped cream into a trifle bowl for a cool summer dessert with a pretty presentation.
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Gingerbread and Lemon Curd Trifle with Blackberry Sauce
Bobby's trifle will happily feed any crowd during the holidays. Gingerbread cake is layered with lemon curd and blackberry sauce.
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Raspberry Trifle with Rum Sauce
Sandra Lee's individual-size trifles pack lots of flavor into one glass with minimal effort: Rum extract and fresh berries jazz up prepared vanilla pudding and pound cake.
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Lime Cream Trifle
Kick your party up a notch with this zesty trifle. Graham crackers and lime cream layer to form a decadent dessert that’s reminiscent of a citrus cheesecake.
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Heighten the flavor of blueberries, strawberries and raspberries with a bit of lemon and sugar for Tyler's trifle.
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Blood Orange Trifles
Blood oranges have a sweet-tart flavor and deep-red color; they're available in the winter months -- pick some up and pair them with a rich custard to make beautiful trifles.
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Layers of vanilla custard, brandy-soaked pound cake and cranberry compote make this a festive seasonal dessert.
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Strawberry Chocolate Mini Trifles
These individual trifles are great for hosting a small get-together. The Kitchen prepared these strawberry chocolate confections for an awards show party, but they’ll fit right in at a special occasion or warm-weather cookout.
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Black Forest Trifle
Inspired by the traditional black forest cake, Katie’s trifle is both beautiful and easy to make ahead of time.
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Sheet Pan Trifle
This trifle is impressive for so many reasons, starting with how easy it is. You just bake our basic sheet pan cake and then cut out the rounds to layer; the scraps become your crumble topping. Once assembled, you can see each distinctive layer of lemon pudding, whipped cream, cake and bold-colored berries. The berries also release a sweet liquid as they sit in the lemon-sugar mixture that soaks into the cake and brings the whole thing together in one bright and creamy, tart-sweet dessert.
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