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I love trifles. They look pretty in this trifle bowl and they’re very easy to make. My favorite trifle recipe was the one I used to help make as a kid. Grandma always used the freshest and biggest strawberries, the ones she bought fresh from her neighbor. It really made a huge difference compared to those packaged strawberries from the grocery store. She also made her very own whipped cream because she was never a fan of store-bought cream. Before she arranged the ingredients into the trifle bowl, she dipped the strawberries into this thick, glassy syrup, coating them until they were shiny like crystal fruits. I would always be one of the first ones to have a serving glass ready; that and a cute pout that would give me that first serving. Grandma’s weakness were her grandchildren’s puppy dog expressions.
Nowadays, there are a number of trifle recipes you can find anywhere. Most of them have been shared by people who experienced eating these treats as kids; recipes that have been passed from one generation to another. The most interesting trifle recipe that caught my eye lately is this one that combines the richest dessert ingredients—peanut butter, cream, and chocolates. Nothing can get richer than this.
Photo courtesy of Lou Lou Sucre. Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home.
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