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Strawberry Trifle

Strawberry trifle makes for a beautiful dessert that is perfect for spring and early summer. Try these strawberry trifle recipes as a way to treat family and friends.

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"I threw this dessert together when I needed something quick to take to my in-laws' house," explains Kristi Judkins of Morrison, Tennessee. "Because it's beautiful, everyone thought I fussed, but it's very easy." And since it makes a bot, it's perfect for potlucks and large get-togethers.
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Strawberry Yogurt Trifle

Strawberry Yogurt Trifle

Strawberry Yogurt Trifle

"This dessert is a favorite in my family," notes Nella. "Since it requires only five ingredients, it's a breeze to put together. "You can even assemble it a few hours ahead of time," she adds.

Fruity Angel Food Trifle

Fruity Angel Food Trifle

Fruity Angel Food Trifle

This summery dessert showcases an attractive assortment of fresh and canned fruit. "I refined the original recipe over time to suit our family's tastes," explains Louise Bouvier of Lafleche, Saskatchewan.

Three-Berry Lemon Trifle

Three-Berry Lemon Trifle

Three-Berry Lemon Trifle

"This special recipe was given to me by a friend," Ilene Doty writes from Eau Claire, Wisconsin. "By using some low-fat convenience items, I lightened it up with beautiful results."
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Individual Strawberry Trifles

Individual Strawberry Trifles

Individual Strawberry Trifles

A quick, homemade chocolate sauce tops these Individual Strawberry Trifles. I like to garnish the desserts with confectioners' sugar. —Karen Scaglione, Nanuet, New York

Strawberry Tiramisu Trifle

Strawberry Tiramisu Trifle

Strawberry Tiramisu Trifle

"We do a lot of entertaining," relates Tammy Irvine of Whitby, Ontario. "I like to make this easy trifle when I want to impress people. Berries make it different from a traditional tiramisu."

Chocolate and Fruit Trifle

Chocolate and Fruit Trifle

Chocolate and Fruit Trifle

This refreshing dessert layered with devil's food cake, a creamy pudding mixture, red berries and green kiwi is perfect for the holidays. I like making it in a clear glass trifle bowl to show off its festive colors. -Angie Dierikx, State Center, Iowa

Angel Strawberry Dessert

Angel Strawberry Dessert

Angel Strawberry Dessert

This is a wonderful dessert for spring and summer, when fresh strawberries are readily available. Every time I make this pretty dessert, someone asks for the recipe. —Theresa Mathis, Tucker, Georgia

Berry-Marshmallow Trifle

Berry-Marshmallow Trifle

Berry-Marshmallow Trifle

My guests say that this is almost too pretty to eat! I like the way it can be made a day ahead for convenience, and neither taste nor appearance is compromised. —Shannon Aldridge, Suwanee, Georgia

Old English Trifle

Old English Trifle

Old English Trifle

Loaded with cake cubes and fruit, a lovely layered trifle is always welcome at a holiday dinner. The creamy, homemade custard is well worth the effort. —Nancy O'Connor, Glen Ridge, New Jersey

Strawberry Lemon Trifle

Strawberry Lemon Trifle

Strawberry Lemon Trifle

"This refreshingly fruity dessert is one of our favorites," writes Lynn Marie Frucci of Pullman, Washington. "It looks so beautiful layered in a glass bowl that people will think you fussed. The secret is starting with a purchased angel food cake."

Red, White and Blue Dessert

Red, White and Blue Dessert

Red, White and Blue Dessert

I changed a recipe I found and ended up with this rich, fresh-tasting dessert. Decorated to resemble a flag, it's perfect for the Fourth of July or any other patriotic occasion. —Sue Gronholz, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
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