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Non Alcoholic Trifle Recipe please :)


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#1 Guest_gardner1_*

Posted 17 November 2008 - 05:26 PM

I need a trifle recipe for christmas lunch. DP's very english family have invited us over, and I said I would make trifle.
Would like a non-alcoholic recipe.
TIA

#2 melmeko

Posted 17 November 2008 - 09:47 PM

Cover a sponge cake in strawberry jam(or whatever jam you like)then add fruit(once again whatever you like)custard, jelly and cream, it is really easy and so yum.  I made a nice one with bananas and strawberries, but tin fruit works well also, what ever takes your fancy really.

#3 Natbub0610

Posted 17 November 2008 - 10:49 PM

I found a Turkish Delight Trifle that I made not long ago and it was a huge success.

Waitrose Turkish Delight & Berry Trifle

I think Frambaise is a hazelnut liquere, I left that out and used authentic TD, not the chocolate coated kind.

I put a layer of sponge roll on the bottom of bowl
2nd layer chunks of turkish delight and cut up strawberries, lots of them
3rd layer custard
4th layer whipped cream
Topped with more cut strawberries and crumbled flake

Another way I used to do Trifle is prob upside down compared to pp.

Line a bowl with cut sponge roll
Pour over tin of fruit salad, minus the syrup
Pour over raspberry jelly
Let set
Pour over custard
Top with whipped cream

I've never had any complaints except that people couldn't eat a 3rd serving  huh.gif .




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