Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Almond Pound Cake Trifle Recipe

Hello, dear friends!

 I hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful Memorial Day!

I made a dessert for our family gathering. The original recipe comes from Tastefully Simple. You can visit their website here.







Almond Pound Cake Trifle ~

1 Box Krusteaz Almond Poppy seed muffin mix 
1 5.1 oz. package instant vanilla pudding
1 16 oz. container whipped cream
2 1 lb. container strawberries
1 pint blueberries


Prepare the almond muffin mix for the loaf pan directions on the box (save the separate poppy seed packet for something else). 


After the cake cools, cut into cubes.


Prepare the pudding according to the package directions and refrigerate until you're ready to prepare the trifle. Mix a little more than half of the whipped cream with the pudding.


Rinse the berries.


Hull and cut the strawberries.

Now you're ready to assemble the trifle.


Layer the cubes of almond cake, spoon the pudding mixture next, and then add the berry layer. Repeat two more times.





Delish!

I usually do a whipped cream layer on the top and then garnish with a few strawberries and blueberries. Since I was travelling with the trifle, and I ran out of room anyway, I didn't end up doing it this time.

This recipe couldn't be any easier and it's perfect for the Summer months as it's such a light desert. I usually make this dessert for Memorial Day or Fourth of July as it just looks patriotic with those colors.

Enjoy!




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11 comments:

The Polka Dot Closet said...

That looks wonderful, I am sure it was a hit. I am such a huge fan of Krusteaz, I think it is a little known secret how great their cookies, cakes and muffins are

Carol

Rhissanna said...

Oh! Love me some trifle! This looks lovely and the almond flavour must be wonderful with those fresh berries. Found you through Ivy and Elephants.

Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

Gorgeous dessert.

The Wilderness Wife said...

This looks so scrumptious! Please stop by the Wilderness Wife Blog and share this post on our Wicked Good Wednesday Linky Party.
http://www.wildernesswife.com/wicked-goood-wednesday-linky-party/

Whitney said...

It was delicious! Thanks for bring it, Jamie!

Jeni IGOTTHISMARTHA said...

Delicious! It is so pretty as well!

Tanya Runkle said...

You had me at pound cake. This looks fantastic, pinning!!

xo, Tanya

Coley's Crafting Corner said...

That looks so good! I even happen to have the exact muffin mix at home - I may have to try this :)
Saw you at The Shabby Nest!
Blessings,
Nicole
http://coleyscraftingcorner.blogspot.com

The Tablescaper said...

I host a weekly link party called "Seasonal Sundays". This week, in honor of my fourth blog-a-versary, I'm having a giveaway of a $100.00 gift certificate to HomeGoods/TJ Maxx. I'd love to have you join the fun!

- The Tablescaper

Tanya Runkle said...

Featuring your amazing trifle tomorrow at Pretty Things!

xo, Tanya
http://twelveoeight.blogspot.com

Alison Bayne said...

Seeing your recipe linked up at the Creative HomeAcre Hop made me think it would be a great dessert for 4th July - perfect colour scheme! Thanks for joining us and we hope you'll come and party creatively again on Sunday at http://mumtopia.blogspot.com/2013/06/Hop9thJune.html. Best wishes, Alison (Mumtopia)