Thanksgiving and Christmas just wouldn't be the same for us without lots of cranberry dishes. I made this for Thanksgiving about 14 years ago for the first time and it's been in demand for every family Thanksgiving gathering since. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Here is a basic trifle recipe that can be built upon in so many ways. Here, I have listed only a few of the MANY variations you can make using this recipe. Have fun and experiment and please let me know what you come up with. This recipe is awesome. Cook time is chill time and will be longer if you make your own cake.
I love the chocolate/peanut butter taste! I found this in a cooking magazine, it originally called for Nestle Crunch Bars, but I don't care for those, so I decided to use the peanut butter cups. Try a different candy bar and find your favorite! I am not positive about the prep time, but it includes chilling.
Very sweet and chewy. I got this recipe from the recent March/April 2002 "Taste of Home Quick Cooking" magazine. I made it for Easter dessert. I did double the batch and it filled my trifle bowl to the top.
Chocolate and toffee; a definite satisfaction to a chocolate lovers cravings. If serving in a trifle bowl (looks great!), I would double the recipe to fill your average trifle bowl. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking March/April 2003 edition. The cook time includes the brownie baking time.
This is my "summer Tiramisu" The original recipe uses one packet of sponge fingers, but I use more to get more coverage on this size of tin. I also added the lemon zest and find it is not too tart, you can leave it out of course if you are not sure about it. You don't have to make this in a spring form pan, if you like to scoop it out of a dish, use whatever suits you. I sometimes use trifle sponges or plain cake instead of the sponge fingers. Oh... the lemons are low fat and very healthy!
You guys have got to try this...it's unbelievable! I had heard about this a few years ago from a friend but could never find a recipe for it. Well, I finally found it on the internet. This recipe is by Chef Jonny of Kitsch'N on Roscoe in Chicago. I think my adult guests enjoyed this more than the kids!