I use red and green fruit in my trifle to represent Christmas but you can use whatever fruit you prefer.


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 1 sponge jam log cake
  • 20 grapes
  • 10 strawberries
  • 2 packs jelly - one red, one green
  • 1 container custard
  • 1 container whipped cream

Method

  1. Best if you start this the day before - make up red jelly in the serving bowl. Once red jelly is set, make the green jelly on top.
  2. Cut the sponge log up and place around the sides of bowl. Pour custard in the middle of the bowl and top with fruit.
  3. Add whipped cream for decoration.


  • That looks fantastic. Thank you

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  • What a fabulous recipe! Yummy!

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  • Wouldn’t be Christmas without my Christmas trifle ..it’s a delicious tradition.
    Thanks for sharing yours.

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  • Everyone loves a Christmas Triffle! Quick and easy to put together too

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  • Mum loves a good trifle,thanks great anytime!

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  • Love the sound of this. Yummy!

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  • Love the cake around the sides. Is going to look great with the choc and cream one


    • Oh, yum! Choc and cream cake with chocolate custard and strawberries would be delish!

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  • Thanks for sharing this delicious and decorative inspiration!.

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  • What a lovely idea for the Xmas colours in a dessert, I would set the jelly in layers also.

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  • By far, this is the best decor I’ve seen…its lovely and looks so so so good….. :)

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  • what a fun idea! I like the glass bowl so you can see the swirls!

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  • I MAKE MINE A LITTLE DIFFERENT BUT JUST LOVE A GOOD TRIFFLE , AS IT ISNT CHRISTMAS WITHOUT IT

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  • Must remember this one for Christmas, so fresh looking.

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  • yum! this trifle is so easy. i love how you can make this now and also at xmas. The fruits will still be around in season, for christmas day.

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  • I love trifle and make trifle every Christmas. It is so utterly delicious and it just does not feel like Christmas without trifle.

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