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Thursday, 30 June 2016

Big Fruit Trifle...


Yuumy trifle anyone?

One of me and my Husband's favourite treat has to be trifle.

We love them here.

Today I am sharing this amazing trifle from Rachel’s Organic.

Is their any better sweet treat combination; other than cake, fruit, custard and cream?

What about adding some yummy Raspberry Bio Live Yogurt to your trifle!?


How To Make A Big Fruit Trifle:

Ingredients:
  • 3 raspberry Swiss rolls, sliced
  • 800g strawberries, de-stalked and cut into halves, reserve some for decoration
  • 300g raspberries, reserve some for decoration
  • 360g blueberries, reserve some for decoration
  • 1 x 500g fresh vanilla custard
  • 2 x 450g Rachel’s Low Fat Raspberry Bio Live Yogurt
  • 600ml whipping cream


Serves 12-16

Preparation time 20 minutes

How To Make:
  1. Begin by layering the Swiss roll on the base followed by the fruits, custard and yogurt, repeat the layers until the serving dish is three quarters full – you really can’t go wrong.
  2. Whip the cream to soft peaks and either pipe or spoon into the dish to finish the trifle layers.
  3. Decorate with scattered fruit and serve immediately.


PER SERVING: 277cal, Protein 5.8g, Carbs 31.8g, Fat 15.2g, Sat Fat 8.2g, Fibre 3.0g, Sugar 26.4g, Salt 0.1g

COST PER SERVING: £1.46


*Recipe and photography by Rachel's*

*No Payment was received*
What do you think of this Big Fruit Trifle?

Fancy making one?

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Homemade Family Fruit Trifle:

How about trying our homemade traditional trifle recipe out. 

This tastes delicious!!


Home Made Trifle Sponges:

I made these trifle sponges yesterday ready for a trifle I was making.

I like to buy shop bought ones when I am in a hurry and make my own when I have more time. 

We love trifles, so it is good to mix them up a bit. 

I mostly make them up around Christmas, Easter and birthdays. 

Just like my Grandma use too. 

Passing on a family tradition.



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6 comments

  1. Oh my.......this looks amazing. I need to make this!!

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  2. This looks fantastic! I never have trifle because the version I tried years ago has jelly in it and I'm not a fan but i'll give this version a go!

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  3. I love fruit trifle as well and yours is practically bursting with deliciousness. What camera do you use?

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    1. Thanks Ana :) This is a guest post so not sure on this photo ..

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