4 Reviews

Fantastsic!! I used a half of a pound cake from the grocery bakery section rather than frozen pound cake and after assembling this, it looked so good, I couldn't do Cool Whip...had to whip up 1 pint of heavy whipping cream and 1/2 cup 10X sugar for the topping. We're talking decadent and delicous! Thanks, MizzNezz for sharing this quick gourmet delight!

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quikgourmet October 05, 2008

very good and super duper easy!! the fresh raspberries didnt look good at the store so i used raspberry pie filling which worked well. I also drizzled chocolate syrup on top which made it look fancy!! Oh, and I found chocolate chunks with raspberry filling in the baking aisle which I threw in there and it worked well!! thanks for the idea!

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jeterzbaby June 23, 2008

this was an AMAZING dish!!! i made it for my boyfriend when i was preparing a fancy dinner and it was recieved VERY highly. thank you SO much.

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xochitl angulo August 10, 2004

This was a wonderful recipe. I had never made a trifle before, and this recipe made it so easy for a first-timer. My Husband loved it, and we found it to be a very dangerous thing to have in the refrigerator :) I also love how easily you can adapt this one...I may use vanilla pudding & strawberries next time.

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Becky74 June 24, 2003
Raspberry Chocolate Trifle