Thursday, October 21, 2010

Trifle Pudding

Trifle pudding is a quick and easy dessert that can be served for any occasion. The ingredients of a trifle pudding are arranged in layers and is normally served in a glass bowl which shows off the distinct layers which could be of different colors. The layers that make up this pudding are normally cake, fruits, jello, whipped cream, custard or ice cream. You could use ingredients based on your imagination and come up with your own unique trifle pudding. With the different textures of the various layers in the pudding and the tasty ingredients that go into its making, it is a "never-fail" recipe for a dessert. The one I have here is made with mostly store bought ingredients and hence the only prep time needed is to assemble the different layers, except for making the custard.



Serves around 10-12 people
Butter Pound Cake- 3/4 lbs
Milk- 2 cups
Custard Powder- 3 tbsp
Sugar- 2 tbsp
Mixed Fruits- 30 oz can
Whipped Cream- 8 oz
blueberry- a few to garnish (optional)


1. Take 4-5 tbsp milk and mix with the custard powder. I used strawberry flavored custard powder to create a pink layer.
2. Boil the remaining milk in a pot and add the sugar.
3. When the milk starts to boil, add the custard mixture and keep stirring.
4. When the milk starts to thicken, turn off the stove and let it cool. The custard does not have to be very thick.
5. In an 8" x 8" pan, layer the cake pieces cut to around 1" thickness.
6. Using a fork, poke the cake all over slightly.
7. Pour the almost cool custard on top of the cake layer evenly.
8. Drain the fruits from the can to remove all the syrup. I used a can of mixed fruits cocktail. You could also use fresh fruits for better taste; if using fresh fruits use around 20oz. of chopped fruits.
9. In a bowl mix the drained fruits with the whipped cream well. I used cool whip.
10. Now layer the fruits with cream on top of the custard.
11. Cover the pan with a foil and refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
12. You could garnish with some blue berries on top and serve.


A perfect recipe when you do not want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. You could also use a sponge cake or mix the fruits with ice cream, as a variation to this recipe.

32 comments:

  1. Umm..delicious! Love this semi-homemade version.

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  2. This was made by my mother when we were kids and we really looked forward to it... this is one dessert that pleases everybody.

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  3. Looks beautiful...using a butter cake would save lots of effort!

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  4. Lovely recipe. Any better recipe for dessert than this. dnt think so..

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  5. Wow...Lovely pudding, perfect for a jiffy party alle...

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  6. Yummy!!! I feel like licking the screen now! hehehe, soooooo tempting ya! :D

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  7. Wow yummy and delicious... mouthwatering...

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  8. Hi Fathima,

    Tat looks really delish...yumm yumm..:0

    Please collect an award from my blog!!

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  9. i love this...i ll try it today itself...especially the homemade version itz tooooo good fathima..

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  10. Dear Fatima
    That is an ultimate dish, no baking by me ...must try...
    Bit busy developing a meat dish for a Muslim friend. She wants to surprise her MIL and Hubby on Eid-ul Ada ...Just scratching my head to write down the recipe before I cook.
    Will be in saudi for 2 days next week and will put a prayer for you and family in the land of the prophet . (cant go to Mecca)
    Have a nice weekend

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  11. Omg, its has been a long i made trifle pudding, urs tempts me a lot..Beautiful clicks..

    Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes

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  12. Hi fathima,
    the pudding looks sooooooo tempting and delicious. superb!

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  13. A quickie sweet...gr8

    Cheers,
    Reshmi

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  14. Ive hard that if ur cake crumbles or breaks or doesnt rise, this is the best thing to make with it :)
    looks yum

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  15. Hey fathima,thx a lot for the recipe.I had this 1 year before,my CNM had made this and this was awesome....Since than I have been planning this but tot its gona be tedious.....will surely try it..and let u know.
    Biny

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  16. Lovely lovely pudding..absolutely beautiful and delicious

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  17. The trifle is such a vibrant dessert and can be a hit instantly. Looks absolutely gorgeous.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  18. Ithu adipoli ayttiu undu Fathima. Love it.

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  19. fathima adipoli ayittundu ketto. ithu onnu try cheyyanam.

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  20. oh yum yum and yum love the little pink in there!

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  21. My grandmother makes trifle for all occasions, but she makes hers with lady finger cookies, have you ever had it like that?

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  22. Hi, I like your blog! CHEERS! Michele

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  23. Hoo!! Kothipichu kalanjallo, Fathima!!!

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  24. This is such a lovely and delicious pudding. Yummmm!!!!

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  25. Yum! That looks SO delicious and very decadent.

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