Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Black Forest Trifle

A quick dessert if you have everything in hand...just layer, wait for flavors to mingle and serve...






Chocolate cake or brownie(Home made/store bought)
Cherry with syrup
Whipping Cream-1/4 cup
Vanilla Essence little
Sugar-1 tbsp
Chocolate shavings
Fresh Cherries to garnish



Method of Preparation:
1. Cut the chocolate cake to small pieces/crumble them/cut with a cookie cutter according to base shape of your glass.
2. Whip the cream with sugar and little essence till stiff peaks form.
3. Keep the cake pieces at the bottom of your glass.
4. Spoon little cherry syrup on top of it and layer the cherries over it.
5. Add the whipped cream on top of cherries.
6. Refrigerate for min 3 to 4 hours or overnight.
7. Before serving add the chocolate shavings on top and decorate with cherry.




Notes:
I used the cake baked for my sons b'day.
Continue the layering if your glass is big one or if you are using trifle cups.
I used small cups and did make small servings.So had single layer.
I had some whipped cream left with me.

My first attempt to put together...Does it look good? Suggest...

40 comments:

  1. Looks so tempting and colourful. Superb clicks.

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  2. This makes me drool.Lovely presentation

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  3. Triffle looks so tempting ..really a quick and delicious recipe..beautiful clicks!

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  4. Ncie clicks and good attempt for the recipe card..

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  5. Hey Reshmi the pics are awsome I am sure the trifle must have tasted yummy.

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  6. Super inviting black forest trifle. looks so yummy.

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  7. Wat an elegant and super tempting trifle,wish to grab and have rite now.

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  8. Wow...attractive and delicous black forest trifle.

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  9. Delicious trifle..looks really good...
    And your attempt to put the ingredients and method all in one place within a pic also looks very good

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  10. very cute.. cant take off my eyes from the screen :)

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  11. Stunning photographs! :) Love the recipe

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  12. Simply awesome and too attractive to be resisted dessert.

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  13. Looks delicious. You would even be forgiven if the cake is store bought if you served a dessert that good looking!

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  14. Gorgeous looking & yummilicious!!!
    Prathima ao
    Prats Corner

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  15. very very very inviting .. tempting..
    Noel collections

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  16. Beautiful clicks dear,looks irresistible.

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  17. wow, this looks really tempting. nice clicks

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  18. Very tempting trifle pudding,feel like grabbing it.Your Clicks make me drooling.
    what type of lens you are using to take pictures?

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  19. Black forest trifle looks delicious.

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  20. delicious dessert and attractive clicks too

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  21. Such a cool idea. I just told my sister to make it for my sister. She is crazy about black forest cake.

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  22. Hello Reshmi, this is my first time here and i'm glad i visited! Love your space! and your pics! the trifle looks so good, not to mention easy to put together!

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  23. Next time when i have leftover chocolate cake I will think about this ..liked the idea very much :)
    ofcourse ur first attempt looks great !

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  24. Looks yum

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  25. Great presentation and looks tempting!

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  26. hi reshmi, a beautiful post- love all your pics too. have a nice day

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  27. Hi Reshmi ,

    looks Yummy!!! and delicious :)))

    Neat presentation Reshmi:))

    Keep on Dear...

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  28. I like trifles, as for your photos & styling, simply love it! Love!

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  29. Hi Resh,

    thank you so much for sharing this lovely dessert, we both loved it and I have posted it in my space...

    Love
    Priya
    http://cooklikepriya.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/black-forest-trifle-happy-valentines-day.html

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