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May 20 2013

Mini Strawberry Trifle

Mini Strawberry Trifle-

You may have noticed a new crop of  fresh berries at your market lately. I buy fresh strawberries every time I go to the market. But soon they will be coming straight to our table from our garden!

I eat a lot of strawberries ( a lot). This light and fresh dessert is a lovely way to end a wonderful meal especially on a warm day. I make this one with little sugar and lactose free. But you can use “real” sugar and “real” whipped topping for yours.

mini strawberry trifle recipe katherines corner
I sometimes have a bit of difficulty determining the “exact ” ingredient amounts. But if you have left over’s of these yummy ingredients it just means you can make even more desserts :-) Serve this yumminess right after you make it, fresh is best!

What You Need

3 Pints fresh strawberries give or take (reserving a few for garnish) – if not available okay to use frozen

3 Cups angel food cake (from your kitchen or favorite bakery)sugar free is available at my market

2 Tbsp. sugar or sugar substitute (I use Splenda)

3 Cups whipped topping (I use nondairy)

1/2 tsp. Mint extract

Spring of fresh mint for garnish (optional)

Bowl

Whisk

4 Serving bowls

Food processor (or blender)

Before you Start- place your serving bowls/dishes into the freezer to chill for about 20 minutes.Tear the angel food cake into bite sized pieces.

Lets Make it! Pulse strawberries in your food processor with a tablespoon of cold water until they reach the consistency you prefer (I like mine with bigger pieces mixed in)

In a bowl whisk together whipped topping, sugar (sugar substitute) and mint extract.

Line up your serving dishes (assembly line style) Layer a spoonful of whipped topping mixture into your serving dishes, then a layer of strawberry puree, then a layer of angel food cake. Repeat. Top with remaining whipped topping. Garnish with a fresh piece of strawberry  and mint leaves if you desire.

Serves 4

**Katies Tid Bits* try this dessert using raspberries or blackberries too. You can omit the mint from this recipe and it tastes great too!

 

 

 

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  1. Janine Huldie

    Oh I love strawberries too and this looks delicious. I am so going to have to try this one soon. Thanks so much Katie for sharing and Happy Monday!! :)

  2. Beverly

    Looks pretty and delicious! Perfect.

  3. Debbie @ Deliciously Inspired

    This is so pretty and yummy looking. I will need to look into whether you can make a gluten-free angel food cake – my family would love this.

  4. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    Our strawberries never last long enough to be eaten any other way than with a little Cool Whip on top!

  5. Judy Haughton-James

    This looks oh so refreshing Katie! Thanks for sharing on Creative Monday and have a wonderful day my friend.

  6. Ms. A

    This not only sounds good, it looks divine! 3 pints for 4 servings? That’s a pint apiece.

  7. Melissa B

    This sounds so good! =)
    Sharing on twitter, Google+ and Pinterest! =)

    Hugs,
    Melissa

  8. Rosey

    We’re huge strawberry fans, and this looks good to me!

  9. Holly

    Oh what a great idea! These look awesome!

  10. Leslie

    Yum! I love these. I’ve never though of making them smaller and individual sized. Thanks for sharing. I’m going to pull out this little gem during entertaining cookouts. I love fresh strawberries!

  11. Donna

    This sounds delicious. I love strawberries. I never thought of mint with them. I’ll have to try it.

  12. Libby

    Looks very tasty!

  13. shirley@housepitalitydesigns

    Strawberries are one of my favorite summer fruits….your mini trifles look incredibly delicious…and your photography of them is just amazing!

  14. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    I love trifle but I usually make it in a big bowl. These are very cute.

  15. clairejustineoxox

    They look delightful, yummy :) great pictures…

    Thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays…

  16. Theresa

    That looks so delicious! I love strawberries. I just wanted to extend an invitation to enter two giveaways I have going on at the blog. You can find them via the nav. bar is not on the side bar. Thanks for dropping by recently. xo Theresa @ DearCreatives.com

  17. Meredith {A TIPical Day}

    Mmmm yum! I love strawberries, and this would bring smiles to my families faces. :)

  18. GaryD

    This looks super yummy, I wonder if I could use marscopone cheese for the whipped topping?

  19. Anyonita

    Oh, Katie!
    These are delightful & they look so yummy! :D I *love* strawberry season!

  20. My Recipe Magic/Six Sisters

    These are so cute and look delicious! What a fun idea. Thanks so much for sharing them at our Strut Your Stuff Saturday link party! Have a great Memorial Day Weekend. -The Six Sisters

  21. Jenna

    This looks pretty yummo! I love the twine tied around the glass too!
    Jenna

  22. Roz

    What a perfectly delightful and beautiful way to present strawberry trifles! Love your creativity and eye for beauty Katherine!

    xo
    Roz

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