As a dessert fanatic, sometimes the only way to control my intake is by sticking to desserts that come in individual serving sizes. Because of my lack of self-control, I’ve become a huge fan of mini pies in every flavor and, more recently, mini trifles.
Not only do mini trifles prevent me from overeating, they’re also easy to make and experiment with. Around Christmas, I’m a big fan of this candy cane trifle recipe. But in the summer, I prefer sticking to the fresh fruits from the farmers market for every meal I make.
These mini raspberry trifles have quickly become my summertime staple. The individual servings keep my portions in check during bikini season, and they help sneak my “five a day” into my after-dinner indulgence.
Raspberries and cream are a match made in heaven — just ask this raspberry chip cookie pizza. So you just know that anyone you make these raspberry trifles for is guaranteed to love every bite.
In this exclusive video, you’ll learn how to make these tasty raspberry trifles in your own kitchen. Before you make them, though, scroll through the ingredients and instructions to make sure you have everything you need to create these ravishing raspberry desserts.
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- 1 cup clotted cream mix
1⁄2cup sour cream
- 1 tbsp. baking powder
- 1 Madeira loaf, sliced into thirds
- 2 cups raspberries
- With an electric mixer, beat clotted cream until peaks form.
- Add sour cream and baking powder to the mixture, and gently beat until combined.
- Using a round glass as your stencil, cut 8 circles out of the Madeira loaf.
- In a bowl, mash raspberries.
- Add sugar to raspberries mixture, and combine.
- In a glass cup, layer the Madeira loaf, sour cream mixture, and raspberries mixture. Then repeat once more.
- Garnish with raspberries and powdered sugar.
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