Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
When you think of a trifle, you may think of a fancy and elegant dessert. I got this recipe quite a few years ago from a "sample lady" at the supermarket. Though she made it with strawberry Pop Tarts and strawberries, you could use blueberry Pop Tarts and blueberries for variation. This is a fun trifle- one for the kids (of all ages, of course!)
- 6 kellogg strawberry pop tarts
- 2 (17 1/2 ounce) cans prepared vanilla pudding
- 1 (10 ounce) carton frozen strawberries, defrosted
- fresh strawberries, to garnish
- whipped cream, to garnish
- In a trifle dish or clear round glass bowl, crumble 2 pop tarts.
- Spread 1 can of vanilla pudding evenly over crumbled pop tarts.
- Top with 2 more crumbled pop tarts.
- Cover with 1/2 of the defrosted strawberries.
- Top strawberry layer with the second can of pudding, then the remaining frozen strawberries, and crumble last two pop tarts over that.
- Garnish with whipped cream and fresh strawberries.
- Refrigerate any leftovers.
- Note; These can also be made in parfait glasses using lesser amount of ingredients.
Was trying to use up some pop tarts which honestly I don't care for any way so this review is actually from my husband who said it tasted like a poor man's dessert. He didn't like how the pop tarts were soggy and the overall texture was comparable to cafeteria food. Sorry for the poor review, I'm sure it would be a hit with pop-tart loving kiddos.
i made this to try for my son who loves pop tarts. I served this at a super bowl party and was really shocked, it was pretty good. no one at the party even guessed the mystery ingredient.