Trifle with biscuit base recipes

Chocolate Trifle with Baileys

Chocolate Trifle with Baileys

I’ve used Oreo biscuits here but you can use Maltesers, Crunchies – anything you like once it adds a bit of crunch
Chocolate Trifle with Baileys

Chocolate Trifle with Baileys

I’ve used Oreo biscuits here but you can use Maltesers, Crunchies – anything you like once it adds a bit of crunch
Elderflower Trifle

Elderflower Trifle

Elderflower has a very gentle taste, more of a scent, and is usually paired with gooseberries in puddings
Key Lime Pie Trifle

Key Lime Pie Trifle

Now, what withTrifle Layer Cake and Trifle Cupcakes, I was. I have gorged myself with festive food. Sprinkle two thirds of the chopped crust into the base
IBS and Other Health Issues plus Low Fodmap Trifle

IBS and Other Health Issues plus Low Fodmap Trifle

Through my low Fodmap coaching practice, I see many of the same health issues in people who have been diagnosed with IBS – like reflux, fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, depression
Pumpkin Pear & Amaretto Trifle

Pumpkin Pear & Amaretto Trifle

Finish off by adding a generous layer of whipped cream and garnish with toasted flaked almonds and crushed Amaretti biscuitsNotes
Red & Snowy Christmas Trifle

Red & Snowy Christmas Trifle

A trifle is an English dessert made of layers of fruits, custard, whipped cream or sponge cakes and sometimes intoxicated with a little alcohol such as wine or sherry
White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge

White Chocolate and Oreo Fudge

Shortbread, Rocky Road, Christmas Cake, Turkey, Trifle and of course perhaps my favourite – fudge come to mind
Mini Victoria Sandwich Cakes

Mini Victoria Sandwich Cakes

Any off-cuts, though, are great frozen and used later as a base for trifles. Vanilla cream with strawberry jam flavour Blackcurrant & lemon flavour
Raspberry & dark chocolate mousse domes

Raspberry & dark chocolate mousse domes

When I make a whisked sponge I often scale up the ingredients to make an extra layer, which I freeze for instant use in desserts, trifles and the like
Macaroons (rather than macarons!!)

Macaroons (rather than macarons!!)

Macaroons keep well in an airtight container and are excellent used in desserts such as St Émilion au Chocolat, In fact, when doused with alcohol they make a fabulous alternative to a sponge base for trifles and the like

2016 Recipe Disasters!

The pound cake was the best and made an appearance in this trifle. I let my nephew and nieces loose on the raw pastry basewith a set of spoons and Nutella