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  • Christmas trifle

    Christmas trifle

    This classic Christmas trifle recipe is the ultimate Christmas dessert. This easy mulled wine trifle recipe from Annie Bell is a real showstopper with layers of custard, cream, sponge and jelly. A Christmas twist on a classic British dessert - your mulled wine trifle would make a great alternative to the usual festive desserts. This recipe serves 8 people and will take around 1hr and 10 mins to prepare and cook. It's best to make this dessert ahead of time and prepare in advance so all you have to do on Christmas Day is add the finishing touches. This dessert is a delicious, classic trifle that you'll want to make time and time again. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or covered tightly in clingfilm and stored in the fridge for up to 2 days.

    • 4
    (10 ratings)
  • Limoncello trifle

    Limoncello trifle

    Limoncello trifle is a fresh and flavourful twist on the classic British dessert. It is so easy to make, and the addition of limoncello gives a lovely boozy kick. This dessert recipe requires no cooking, just a little bit of prep and some assembling. Trifle has been a popular British dessert for decades, and with this delicious limoncello trifle, it's easy to see why. The layers of lemony sponge cake, sweet lemon curd, light whipped cream, and fresh berries make it an interesting and crowd pleasing pudding. Limoncello is an Italian lemon liqueur from the south of Italy. It can be used to make delicious cocktails but also works so well in desserts, such as in this limoncello trifle. If you've never tried it before, then this is a great recipe to use limoncello for the first time, you're guaranteed to love it.

    • 1
    (1 ratings)
  • Slimming World's whisky orange trifle

    Slimming World's whisky orange trifle

    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.

    • 4
    (12 ratings)
  • Lemon and raspberry trifles

    This easy dessert with its delicious raspberry sauce is a fresh and fruity treat and at only 188 cals per serving, it's a healthy pud the kids will love tucking in to

    • 3
    (247 ratings)
  • Chocolate orange trifle

    Chocolate orange trifle

    Chocolate orange trifle has a brioche base, homemade custard and zesty clementine flavours running throughout. This dessert would make a fantastic finale for a dinner party or Christmas meal - it'll only takes you 25 minutes to make and can sit in the fridge all day, so you'll have plenty of time to relax before your guests arrive

    • 4
    (31 ratings)
  • Strawberry trifle cake

    Strawberry trifle cake is the ultimate no bake cake for summer, made by layering ready-made flan cases with white chocolate, cream and berries

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  • Nutella trifle

    Nutella trifle

    Nutella trifle is the perfect showstopper for special occasions. It's easy and takes just 20 minutes to prepare, with layers of cream, Nutella and brioche. This deliciously naughty dessert will be the talk of the dinner table.

    • 4
    (20 ratings)
  • Lower-fat fruit trifle

    Lower-fat fruit trifle

    Our lower-fat fruit trifle has 75% less fat than your average trifle recipe. Making the trifle in individual glasses makes sure you can control the portions everyone has including yourself. So if you’re watching your figure this month, you can treat yourself to this recipe without any guilt. Mixed fruit and strawberry jelly add a delicious fruity taste to this dessert, topped with aerosol cream which is much lighter and fluffier than normal cream. At only 383 calories per serving and 25 mins preparation, this dish is sure to become a favourite in your household especially as it’s naughty and nice all in one.

    • 3
    (293 ratings)
  • Slimming World's mulled wine trifle

    Slimming World's mulled wine trifle

    Slimming World's mulled wine trifle has a generous layer of low-fat custard, heaps of mixed berries and red wine for flavour, making a festive treat to make for Christmas Day! You can't get more festive than a mug of mulled wine, so why not make it into a dessert with this lovely recipe from Slimming World. You won't feel like you have to miss out on anything, even the pudding, with this recipe and the whole family will enjoying. No one will even suspect it's a low-fat and cal version! This recipe takes 30 minutes to make and then you need to leave it to cool and chill, so it's best to make it the night before, plus, this will allow all the flavours to infuse and come together really nicely in this lovely pudding.

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  • Toffee apple crumble trifle

    Toffee apple crumble trifle

    Luxurious toffee apple crumble trifle is two of our favourite desserts in one mouth-watering dish. The sweet toffee flavour and the creamy, custard layers of the trifle work wonders together.

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • Boozy cherry trifle

    Boozy cherry trifle

    Boozy cheery trifle is made with soft amaretti biscuits amaretti biscuits, kirsh cherries and dessert wine for a sophisticated take on classic trifle. With layers of kirsch jelly, fruit, cream and custard, this is a grown up twist on a festive classic.

    • 4
    (8 ratings)
  • Pimm's trifle

    Pimm's trifle

    Pimm's and trifle are both truly British institutions - delicious individually, but together, they're truly a dessert force to be reckoned with! This quick and easy Pimm's trifle recipe pairs the classic cocktail with layers of cake, jelly, fruit, custard and cream, for a showstopping adults-only pud that you'll find yourself making year after year - especially since it only takes 30 minutes to prepare!

    • 4
    (46 ratings)

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