Thursday, May 20, 2010

Strawberry Trifle

The Quintessential Summer Dessert!
This is my quick go-to dessert recipe for any occasion!
I love anything I can serve in my glass trifle bowl -
it is always a beautiful presentation and the
possibilities are endless!
Anything you can layer or stack can be
put effortlessly in this marvelous dish.

Strawberry Trifle
Pound Cake - cut into cubes (homemade or from your grocery store)
Whipped Cream
2 quarts Fresh Strawberries
2 pkg. Frozen Strawberries in Syrup (thaw)
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Homemade Whipped Cream
1 quart heavy whipping cream
1/4 c - 1/2 c sugar
Place your mixing bowl and beaters in the freezer until nice and cold.
Make sure your cream is very cold as well!
Pour cream into bowl and add sugar - beat with mixer until stiff peaks form.
Wala - delectable homemade whipped cream!
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Reserve 7-8 fresh strawberries for garnish.
Slice the remaining strawberries and place in a bowl.
Add 1/2 c sugar and allow to sit until nice and juicy!
Mix thawed strawberries in syrup with the fresh ones.
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In the bottom of your trifle bowl place a scoop of strawberries to cover.
Layer the following 3 times - ending with whipped cream on top:
**Pound Cake Cubes
**Strawberries
**Whipped Cream
Garnish with the remaining fresh strawberries.
Place in the refrigerator to allow the flavors to blend deliciously!
Serve chilled.

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18 comments:

  1. This is making my mouth water - seriously! Pound cake and strawberries and real whipped cream - heaven.

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    ButterYum

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  2. Creamy. Tasty. Very attractive. My mouth is drooling over it.

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  3. love this recipe, I used strawberry applesauce instead of oil.extra berries and walnuts....flavor was great. thanx for sharing.

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  4. This recipes is delicious! I says to wait 4 hours before serving but many found the not soggy angel food cake more tasty

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  5. Pound cake and strawberries and real whipped cream, thanx for sharing the recipe with us.

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  6. Well, I used strawberry applesauce instead of oil.extra berries and walnuts....flavor was great, keep it up.

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  7. Great recipe. I used reall whipping cream instead with sugar added to it. also, drizzled caramel ice cream topping over the layers of cake and on the very top..

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  8. Wow Seriously! Pound cake and strawberries and real whipped cream, heaven. thanx for the post.

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  9. This is perfect for a celebration. I will make my mom for her upcoming birthday, I really thank you for sharing your blog post.

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  10. Nice recipe, I used strawberry applesauce instead of oil. extra berries and walnuts, anyway thanx for the post.

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  11. This was fabulous!! I made it for the 4th of July and I changed it a bit. I used real whip cream and blueberries instead of whipped topping and bananas and everyone loved it!!!

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  12. wow..I like it. It made me hungry, Its good for dessert. :)

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  13. This recipes is delicious! I says to wait 4 hours before serving but many found the not soggy angel food cake more tasty

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  14. I've tried to make a strawberry trifle cake once last year for Hanukkah, but I just soaked it in wine instead. Pathetic, right? I have to admit, it tasted disgusting. How can I pull off a really good strawberry trifle cake? Actually, any trifle cake would work. Thanks!

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  15. I made this exactly as written and my co-workers raved! I get requests to make it again all the time and consider this a great "short on time" dessert!

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  16. I used real whip cream and blueberries instead of whipped topping and bananas and everyone loved it, love all this.

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  17. Really Really good but I used banana cream pudding instead of the vanilla...took it up a notch for sure!

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