In addition to fabulous fruit trifles, recipes for choice chocolate trifles also make delectable desserts. Chocolate trifle may quickly become a family favorite.See Popular Chocolate Trifle Recipes
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.
This traditional German Black Forest Cake is made with fresh whipped cream and is decadently rich and juicy.
Boxed chocolate cake hits this fast forward button on this dinner party-worthy berry and cream parfait.
For this traditional English-style dessert recipe, layer chocolate sponge cake, custard, and fresh berries in a beautiful glass bowl.
Sugar-free cake and pudding mixes are the secrets to making this cherry-studded dessert recipe low in calories, fat, and carbs.
Like roasting a whole goose or constructing an entire village out of gingerbread, making a trifle for Christmas seems like part of some storybook holiday fantasy, old-timey yet kind of decadent, the sort of thing one might do if one lived in Downton Abbey (or was starring in one's own food TV Christmas special). Plus, a trifle has its own special bowl -- and nothing says "this is a recipe for only the truly food-obsessed" like something that requires a large piece of servingware that you're only liable to use once a year. Yet we're here to let you in on a little secret about this sure-to-stop-them-in-their-tracks Christmas dessert: for all their blockbuster appearance, trifles aren't really that hard to make.
The holidays are a golden ticket to indulge a little, so don't waste your Christmas dessert hour on ho-hum sweets. We like Christmas cookies as much as the next person, but who wouldn't bypass a sugar cookie for a plate of rich, gooey Black Forest trifle? With all of the dazzle and sparkle of the season, you have to make a little magic in the kitchen to get noticed.
There are few fruits quite as stunning as blood oranges. Enjoy them in some favorite recipes before their short season is over.
We've got a one-word rule when it comes to summer entertaining: easy. Six months from now (can you believe it?), we'll be as happy as Santa's elves holed up in the kitchen frosting Christmas cookies, but come the 4th of July, we want to be outside, writing our name in the thick evening air with sparklers like everyone else.
Bananas--in a cake, in a pudding, in ice cream--I'll take them anyway I can get them. Coming in at seven-and-a-half-months pregnant, I'm on a fruit kick (not such a bad craving), and the colder the fruit is, the more I like it. And yes, I know that putting bananas into the fridge to chill is a big no-no, but have you had a cold banana lately?
I am one of those people who needs to have something sweet at the end of dinner. But normally, on weeknights at least, that sweetness comes in the form of either fruit (clementines and pineapple chunks are my two current must-haves) or dark chocolate. Then the holidays came, and I had a sweet surprise.
When it comes to healthy eating, summer gives us a split personality. On one hand, we all want to eat healthy to ensure plenty of hours outside enjoying our favorite sun-splashed activities (in other words, we want to look better in our swimsuits). On the other hand, it seems like summer and treats are synonymous: fruit pies, buttery shortcakes, and of course, ice cream (lots and lots of ice cream!)
Strawberries are ripe and delicious straight from the box during summer but are made even more sweet in these 10 tasty dessert recipes.
When the temperature starts to soar, the last thing you need is a hot oven to make things worse. But, hey, the family's gotta have dessert, right? (And maybe the guests, too.)
Waaaaaaaah. It's time for healthy eating, diets, no more pasta, getting back in shape. The holidays are over, and we're at the point where everything starts to feel like one long sick day.