A delicious, full-layered trifle is a great dessert for your family or a potluck. If you haven't tried trifles, you'll be surprised at just how easy they are to make.
Serve this red velvet dessert family-style in a trifle dish or as single servings in mason jars or any clear glasses you have handy.
Trifles, a timeless English dessert, usually consist of cake cubes soaked with brandy, rum, or liqueur and layered with jam and custard. This version, from 1974 version, has crushed fresh fruit for the jam and a rich vanilla pudding for the custard. Assemble and refrigerate the trifle a day before serving so the pudding, berries, and liqueur have time to flavor the cake. This beautiful cake makes 12 servings.
Lemon yogurt adds refreshing tang to the sweet whipped topping in these individual-size desserts.
Prepare poached pears and egg custard in advance to prepare this trifle quickly for a dinner party. To top the trifle, add extra pears to the poaching liquid.
Lemon pudding, low-calorie shortbread cookies, and fresh fruit come together in this deliciously guilt-free dessert. Use fully ripe bananas to ensure the best flavor.
Pomegranate juice, low-fat yogurt, and light dessert topping help keep this nutty home-style dessert recipe diabetic friendly.
We layered this trifle with the flavors of fall. It's a fun, new way to use canned pumpkin.
For this traditional English-style dessert recipe, layer chocolate sponge cake, custard, and fresh berries in a beautiful glass bowl.
Boxed chocolate cake hits this fast forward button on this dinner party-worthy berry and cream parfait.
Fresh summer berries make this spectacular dessert rich in vitamin C and full of flavor.
This simple yogurt and berry dessert starts with angel food cake. Either a homemade or a bakery cake will do.
Layers of pound cake, custard sauce, hazelnuts, and orange marmalade make up this extraordinary dessert.
Hot fudge topping, cookies, and strawberry preserves make these ice cream sundaes a real treat.
The flavors of gingerbread, orange, and cardamom combine to create the perfect holiday dessert fit for a crowd.
For a pretty, single-serving presentation, layer the fruit and pudding mixture in parfait glasses rather than in one big bowl.
Red and yellow sweet cherries star in this dessert favorite, layered with custard, almonds and pound cake and topped with billowy whipped cream.