Angel Fruit Trifle
A light, fresh, and cool summer dessert. Angel food cake, fresh berries, and whipped topping, layered in a trifle bowl, makes for a pretty presentation; then you can see the layers of the dessert. This is a great Fourth of July red, white, and blue dessert. This is my family's favorite summer dessert.
Joy's Prizewinning Trifle
A fantastic recipe for making any occasion special...beautiful to look at and even better to eat. You will get raves. Use any flavor of pudding you like.
Pound cake, whipped cream, banana pudding and vanilla wafers are layered to form this easy trifle that's sure to please.
This dessert is great for parties. Its presentation is pretty, and it's even better to eat! Any combination of frozen berries may be used. Garnish with chopped nuts.
Strawberry Angel Food Dessert
Angel food pieces are topped with sweetened cream cheese, whipped topping and strawberries in glaze in this chilled, layered dessert.
This is a very light dessert recipe from my friend, Ellen. It is so easy to make and is the perfect ending to a heavy meal.
Fresh Peach Trifle
This dessert is one of my favorites. Although you have to put a little work into it, the results can be described with one word: Yummy!
Super Strawberry Trifle
This is a delicious and easy dessert to make, short in ingredients and time. This is also a no-bake dessert, which makes it a summertime favorite! Looks beautiful in a trifle bowl. Great as a birthday or holiday dessert. Depending on how many people you are serving it usually does not last more than 1 day in my house! This can also be easily modified with other fresh fruits, but strawberry is our favorite! Pound cake cake work in place of angel food. Enjoy!
Outrageous Lemon Berry Trifle
I needed to make a dessert last minute for a party and went through my cupboards and found instant lemon pudding mix so I came up with this recipe. It was so tasty and delicious.
All American Trifle
This is a creamy, fruity, heavenly dessert. I've been told it's like super-charged strawberry shortcake!
This dessert recipe came from a friend from England, Gill Overfelt. She is one of the best people in the world (an angel in disguise!). It is delicious and elegant looking layered in a trifle bowl or individual dessert glasses.