|Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off 1959|
|by Pillsbury Editors|
Packed with colorful illustrations and full-color and black-and-white photos, including recipe photos that showcase the recipes people have grown ...
Results 1 - 10 of 59 for fresh fruit trifle
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Pour fruit dip sauce over ... a lot of trifles because they are ... combination is delicious, looks beautiful and can be served easy into dessert dishes.
Prepare pudding according ... Top with 1/4 fruit pushing some to ... serving. Beat cream and sugar, spread over top, sprinkle with nutmeg just before serving.
Pour fruit dip sauce over ... angel food cake split into layers. Any combination is delicious, looks beautiful and can be served easy into dessert dishes.
Mix pudding, yogurt ... half of the fruit, half of ... layering process again. May top with whipped cream when served. Must set in refrigerator for 6-24 hours.
(Apricots, bananas, nectarines, ... If necessary, brush fruits with lemon juice ... Place pan in ice water; cool, stirring occasionally. Spoon over cake.
Strawberries, peaches, nectarines, ... 1/3 of the fruit and half of ... cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours. 10 servings. 1 gram fat, 1 mg cholesterol.
Trifles vary greatly but ... cake soaked in fruit juice or wine ... set. Make custard, then cool. Top is covered with whipped cream and some fresh berries.
Line bottom and ... with thin slices of cake. Layer with pudding and layer of fruit. Continue layering with cake pudding and fruit. Top with whipped cream.
Arrange cake cubes in bottom of a serving bowl and spoon on marmalade. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water, add cold water and strawberries. Chill ...
Depending on what ... the fingers. Add fruit and let set ... cover very gently. Sprinkle almonds and cherries on top. This is a most popular English dish.
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