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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Strawberry Shortcake Trifle

I used my fancy trifle dish for the first time! (Let's try not to remember how many years I've had it, nor why I spent $50 on it at one of those Southern Living parties to begin with...) Happily it turned out pretty and delicious!

I asked Dave what he wanted for dessert and he suggested a strawberry shortcake trifle. I didn't really know what I was doing but I winged it on the "recipe" and it was a success!

I layered half a package of strawberry Jell-o, cubed angel-food cake, half a package of cook-and-serve vanilla pudding, and fresh-cut strawberries and then repeated the layers. I refrigerated it overnight so it could all gel together and added whipped cream to each plate before serving. Easy and yummy!









13 comments:

  1. That looks delicious!!!

    -Kendall
    Songbirdsandbuttons.blogspot.com

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  2. Yum! That looks delicious! :) Thanks for sharing! :)

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  3. That looks so yummy! And the trifle dish looks great to! Just hopping over from It's Fun to Craft.

    -Jenn
    cleanandscentsible.blogspot.com

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  4. Found your blog through links! Love your blog!
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  5. I'm here from The Shabby Nest's Frugal Friday. That looks absolutely delicious! Now I'm craving something lovely like that.

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  6. YUMMY! Thanks for sharing it on Thrilling Thursday!

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  7. Ooohh...I love trifle. Oh this post make me so hungry. It look beautiful too.
    Great job.

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  8. That looks SO good! My hubs orders a fresh strawberry cake for my birthday every year.
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  9. I love it! I just found your blog and am so wrapped up into it! (BTW- I have the same trifle dish, but missed it while it was selling with Southern Living and found it on eBay!)

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  10. Do you prepare jello or use it dry?

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  11. Thanks for sharing. I will be making it for Mothers Day. Thank you.

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  12. How do I get the recipe

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