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Grand Raspberry Trifle

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English trifle can be made in one large dish or several small dishes. Ours combines fruit, jam, juice-drenched pound cake, and whipped cream.

Source: Everyday Food, December 2003
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Cook's Notes

To make individual raspberry trifles, follow steps 1 through 3. In each of 10 glass serving dishes or wine glasses (1 1/2-cup capacity), follow procedure in step 4, making only two layers in each glass.

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  • Kisa Yao
    20 FEB, 2013
    Beautiful, easy, and delicious. It was a huge hit at Christmas and I plan on making it a yearly tradition!
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  • BJOHN80312
    26 DEC, 2012
    Made this for Christmas dessert. It's perfect after a heavy meal! So easy and quick to assemble. And beautiful too!!
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  • anniemacgregor
    28 JUL, 2012
    I have made this recipe a few times now and alwasy get rave reviews for it. I made it for Christmas this past year, using angel food cake instead, and it was amazing. Very light and delicious. I also use my own homemade raspberry jam and fresh lemon juice. Mm mm good!!
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  • rasacs31926
    4 JAN, 2012
    This was wonderful! So easy to make. I'm thinking of making a Meyer Lemon Pound Cake to use in this recipe next time. Just the way the recipe is presented here, it's still a 10!
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  • MS11357108
    9 JAN, 2011
    Quite delicious and very adaptable to what you have on hand. I made it using frozen raspberries, homemade triple berry jam, chocolate pound cake (Rose Levy Beranbaum Cake Bible recipe), and brushed the cake with a simple syrup mixed with creme de cassis.
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  • mama_momii
    21 DEC, 2010
    I doubled this recipe and used a very large, almost straight-sided glass bowl (without a pedestal). It was incredibly easy to put together, looked beautiful, and it was a big hit at a family gathering. I used Sara Lee pound cake -- very dense so the cake didn't fall apart after soaking up all the raspberry juice.
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  • scorwin
    20 DEC, 2010
    How do you serve a trifle without making a mess of it??
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  • stephmonster87
    14 DEC, 2010
    This looks fabulous! I'm going to try and make it this Christmas, in addition to these truffles, and homemade eggnog if I have time http://www.fourgreensteps.com/community/recipes/desserts-a-goodies-/unbelievably-rich-chocolate-truffles
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  • AnnieSimon
    14 DEC, 2010
    Great desert! I made this for a family gathering and everyone loved it. It's very light and flavourful.
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  • Ceege
    27 NOV, 2010
    Although I haven't tried this trifle yet, I plan on doing so for Christmas. I do have the trifle bowl as I often make pumpkin trifle (using gingerbread cake mix) and it is always well received by my guests. I will review this berry recipe after Christmas and let you know how my family enjoyed it.
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