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Trifles are one of my favorite desserts.
They are creamy and layered with all sorts of good stuff. I can remember the first trifle I ever made after getting married. it was for Thanksgiving dinner and consisted of pumpkin pudding, gingerbread, and whipped cream. Boy oh boy was that dessert ever good! I’m really excited about making this Christmas trifle for my holiday dinner. I know that everyone will love it, especially me lol! I have so many desserts planned for this holiday season that I better get a head start on making them or I’ll be in the kitchen all night on Christmas Eve. Who am i kidding? I probably will be anyway 🙂
Have you ever made a holiday trifle? If so, how did it turn out and which flavors did you use? I would love to make some sort of red velvet trifle. I think that would be super good! You could use a red velvet trifle for Christmas or Valentine’s Day. How special! When it comes to dessert trifles you have so many options.
The layers just keep revealing more and more surprises! You see? Not only are trifles delicious but they are also fun! I really hope you enjoy this recipe for a Christmas trifle.
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Quick Tip: Garnish the top of the trifle with faux holly berry. It’s so festive and pretty!