Sunday, October 25, 2009

trifle recipe

Recipe For Summer Peach Trifle
By Helen Polaski

Peach trifle made in season is nothing short of divine, and the colors of the peach make the dessert even more beautiful. To ensure the beauty of this dessert is not wasted, trifle is always served in either large glass trifle bowls or individual glass containers.

Sparkling Peach Trifle

Ingredients You Will Need:

Peach gelatin

Twinkies

1/3 cup bourbon

Fresh peaches, ripe, slightly soft

Peach yogurt

Whipped topping

Make the peach gelatin according to the box directions, and pour it into a cookie sheet in the fridge to set. Meanwhile, cut the Twinkies into cubes, and set aside. Just before adding to the trifle, sprinkle the bourbon over the Twinkie pieces and toss.

Cut up the fresh peaches, removing the skins and slicing thin.

Place the bourbon-soaked Twinkies on the bottom of the trifle bowl. Add a layer of yogurt over the Twinkies. Cut the gelatin into squares, and add a thick layer of squares. Top it with a layer of whipped topping, sliced peaches, more gelatin squares and another layer of whipped topping. Garnish with peach slices.

Another great peach trifle recipe takes advantage of several members of the peach family, including cherries, apricots, nectarines and plums, all considered stone fruits because of the stone or pit in the center of the fruit. When in season, these fruits are absolutely delicious. This is also a great way to use leftover pie.

Stone Trifle

Ingredients You Will Need:

3 fresh peaches

3 fresh nectarines

5 fresh apricots

1 cup fresh cherries (leave stems on if possible)

6 fresh plums

½ of a coconut cream pie or ½ of a banana cream pie

Whipped topping

Wash, clean and remove the stones from all fruit that will be used. Do not mix the fruit. The layers look best if each individual fruit stands on its own. Slice each fruit, and place it into its own bowl. Set aside.

Dump the cream pie into a bowl. Break up the pie and slightly mash; set aside.

Start with a layer of sliced peaches, and then carefully add one half of the cream pie mixture. Cover this with a thin layer of whipped topping. Add the plum slices and another layer of whipped topping, and then the nectarine slices. Add the second half of the cream pie mixture, followed by the apricot slices. Garnish with whipped topping and cherries.

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2 comments:

  1. Nice blog you got right here... I enjoyed reading your posts. I'm sure I'll visit here more often. Anyway, if you are interested, you can take a look at these amazing French macaroons and Almond macaroon cookies I've been trying to make.. It's very hard though... :) If you know how to make these, maybe you could give me some tips. Thanks!

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  2. HI. Thanks for the recipes....I copied some and will go to grocery store to buy the ingredients....

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