Quick individual strawberry & vanilla trifles

individual strawberry and vanilla trifle

Serves 4

  • 2 handfuls strawberries, plus extra to decorate

  • 1 tablespoon vanilla sugar or caster sugar

  • 125 ml double cream

  • 125 ml fat-free natural yoghurt

  • 1 vanilla pod, split

  • 8 little rum babas or madeleines soaked in Limoncello

  • 400 g thick custard

  • fresh mint leaves, to decorate

First, de-stalk your strawberries and place them in a pan with the sugar. Heat gently until the strawberries stew down slightly and some of their juices come out.



Lightly whip the cream with the seeds from the vanilla pod, and then stir in the yoghurt.



Divide the rum babas or madeleines between 4 dessert glasses and spoon the strawberries, cream and custard in layers on top. Decorate with halved strawberries and mint leaves, then serve.

Nutritional Information

Quick individual strawberry & vanilla trifles

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One of the easiest trifle recipes ever! Use clear glasses so guests can see all the lovely layers
Serves 4
20m
Super easy
Method

Easy and delicious trifles that are ready in double quick time.

First, de-stalk your strawberries and place them in a pan with the sugar. Heat gently until the strawberries stew down slightly and some of their juices come out.

Lightly whip the cream with the seeds from the vanilla pod, and then stir in the yoghurt.

Divide the rum babas or madeleines between 4 dessert glasses and spoon the strawberries, cream and custard in layers on top. Decorate with halved strawberries and mint leaves, then serve.

Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 335 17%
  • Carbs 35.9g 16%
  • Sugar 27.1g 30%
  • Fat 18.6g 27%
  • Saturates 11.1g 56%
  • Protein 5.6g 12%
Of an adult's reference intake

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