An extra special festive treat from Slimming World. Ready in just 20 mins and it’s good for you! This boozy trifle is the perfect dessert for a celebration – but make sure you keep it away from the kids, it’s definitely got a bit of a kick to it! The fat free natural fromage frais replaces thick double cream that’s full of calories and uses a much lighter alternative. This tangy orange trifle is a nice change from a usual recipe and it really couldn’t be easier to put together. You only need to give it around 20 minutes prep time, and after that stick it in the fridge to cool while you get on with any other food you might be preparing for dinner. Whether you’re hosting for friends or you’re simply making this recipe for the grown-ups in your family, this Slimming World’s whisky orange trifle is a speedy and tasty choice.
- 170g/ 6oz kumquats, washed and thinly sliced
- 4 tbsp artificial sweetener
- 2 tbsp whisky
- ½ tsp ground cinnamon
- 2 large oranges
- 6 sponge fingers, broken into bite-sized pieces
- 340g/ 12oz fat free natural fromage frais
- 28g/ 1oz plain chocolate
Place the kumquats in a small saucepan with 4 tablespoons of water and 1 tablespoon of sweetener. Bring to the boil and simmer gently for 6-7 minutes until tender. Transfer to a small bowl, stir in the whisky and cinnamon and set aside to cool.
Meanwhile, prepare the oranges. Using a vegetable peeler, pare off a few strips of rind from one orange, slice into thin strips and place in a small bowl of water. Chill and reserve for decoration.
Grate the peel from the other orange until you have ½ teaspoon rind and reserve this. Using a small sharp knife, slice the rind off both oranges, removing as much of the white pith as possible. Over a bowl, cut in between each segment and remove the portions of orange flesh and place in the bowl.
Place the sponge finger pieces in the base of a glass serving bowl. Top with the orange segments and any juices. Cover and chill until required.
Mix the fromage frais with the remaining sweetener and the reserved grated orange rind; cover and chill until required.
To serve, spoon the kumquats and their juices onto the oranges and top with the fromage frais. Grate the plain chocolate over the top and decorate with the drained orange rind strips.
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Kumquats are small citrus fruits, mainly in season in November and December, they are available in most supermarkets