I just made this while the kidlets were at school and then I covered it completely in plastic wrap and aluminum foil and hid it in the back of the fridge so they won't notice it . . .
Guys, you are gonna love this easy Valentine treat!
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Now onto the trifle recipe!
Here's what I used . . . for the complete tutorial visit my Fresh Berry Trifle recipe. It's got all the info. This time I could not find fresh berries at my nearby market. So I went with frozen berries this time. I let them thaw and then used them like normal. They were a little squishy, but still really good. I also used the most white-looking pudding I could find (in this case cheesecake flavor of Jell-O brand), so that I could use food coloring and turn it pink.
Layer it all pretty and it will be a feast for the eyes as well as the tummy.
And so you ask, how did I hide my trifle in the fridge and yet still have a nice big scoop of it out on a plate to take this pretty picture? Well, a blogger has to do her duty and try everything she posts. So I sacrificed and kept a nice big scoop of it out for me to try. And yes . . . it is refreshing, sweet, and just pure yumminess.
Remember, click below to get all the measurements and how-to of this recipe:
Happy Valentine's Day! How will you be celebrating?
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