Strawberry Trifle Recipe
Strawberry Trifle Recipe
- 1 cup cold milk
- 1 cup (8 ounces) sour cream
- 1 package (3.4 ounces) instant vanilla pudding mix
- 1 teaspoon grated orange peel
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream, whipped
- 8 cups cubed angel food cake
- 4 cups sliced fresh strawberries
- 1. In a large bowl, beat the milk, sour cream, pudding mix and orange peel on low speed until thickened. Fold in whipped cream.
- 2. Place half of the cake cubes in a 3-qt. glass bowl. Arrange a third of the strawberries around sides of bowl and over cake; top with half of the pudding mixture. Repeat layers once. Top with remaining berries. Refrigerate for 2 hours before serving. Yield: 8-10 servings.
1 serving (1 each) equals 375 calories, 23 g fat (14 g saturated fat), 85 mg cholesterol, 445 mg sodium, 38 g carbohydrate, 2 g fiber, 5 g protein.
Reviews for Strawberry Trifle
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"i have made this recipe one time and i love it its so good i would marry it"
"Really great! Really easy!"
"i love this recipe i just have to make it and theres nothing to making it thats what i love about it"
"Everyone loved it!"
"Made this for my daughter's graduation party and it was a huge hit. The slight hint of orange and the soft angel food cake made it unique and delicious."
"This was my first trifle to make and it was a hit with everyone. I prepared it as a desert for a Christmas party last year and even friends that were dieting could not resist it. I mixed diced mango into the mixture and added blackberries in addition to the strawberries. I also used vanilla yogurt instead of sour cream as suggested by another reviewer. I would use plain yogurt in the future as the flavored one made the trifle too sweet. Overall, this was a fruit filled, yummy desert."
"This recipe is absolutely delicious! I coated the strawberries in sugar just because the ones I bought were a bit tart. Then I added a bit of sugar to the whipped cream mixture because my family likes their desserts on the sweet side. Great recipe, will be making again."
"I recently made this for a church potluck. I was a bit disappointed when the bowl was scraped clean before I had a chance to get some. Definitely a winner!"
"This recipe is the BOMB! This was by far the best trifle recipe I've ever had. I did lighten it up a bit...non fat milk, lite sour cream, sugarless pudding, lite cool whip instead of whipped cream. I used pound cake instead of angel food which probably put some saved calories back in the recipe. No matter, this was THE BEST!"
"WOW.. I am more of a chocolate person but this was very good. The sour cream and orange peel gave it a different flare then just cool whip, pudding and strawberry's. I did use lady fingers and cool whip. ( :"
"Made this and oh my was it gone fast. It is so yummy. I will make it again and again"
"I made this today for a party and took home an empty trifle bowl! I received many compliments, particularly that it wasn't too sweet. I also like the fact that it wasn't too soggy, compared to other trifles I've had. I used pound cake and cool whip instead of angel food and whipped cream. 2 containers (16 oz. each) of strawberries was perfect (wasn't sure how many strawberries equalled 4 cups)."
"The only changes I'm making is to use real vanilla pudding. To go through all the trouble of making this is why I decided to do this."
"So good. Everybody loved it. Simply ruined my diet."
"I have made this several times. A nice change up is to use the instant sugar free lemon pudding if you are using strawberries. I have also used the vanilla pudding as the recipe calls for and the cheesecake pudding that another reviewer mentioned. I always use cool whip instead of the heavy cream"
"It looks beautiful! Hopefully it's not soggy tomorrow, I used a little yogurt instead. And didn't have dry pudding, so I used two pudding cups and left out the milk. I'm sure it will taste great, it sure looks great!"
"Perfection!Very easy to make and very elegant. I was a little apprehensive as I was serving to a professional chef and a former Bon Appetit editor among others for my July 4 BBQ.This trifle got lots of raves from everyone.Thank you Ms. Steiner and Taste of Home for sharing this recipe. It was a hit out of the ballpark."
"loved the hint of orange"
"I loved this trifle! I usually use a white cake mix instead of angel food cake. I also once used a gluten-free yellow cake mix. I've made it twice with strawberries and once with a mixture of blueberries and blackberries. I always get compliments on this recipe and it always disappears fast. Everybody loves how light it is and how it's not overly sweet. I will definitely keep making it!"
"IT was fun, easy and very well received."
"I will make this recipe again but anytime if you ask me .First come First serve from me!"
"It was so easy. Used a 1.5 box of sugar free instant vanilla pudding. Made this as a 'birthday cake' for my sister. My husband and brother-in-law couldn't stop eating it!!! Definitely a keeper."
"Made this for a friend for her birthday. Everyone loved it. They all asked for the recipe."
"Made this for visiting friends with children. All gone quickly! I also soaked sliced bananas in lemon juice & added them. Used the Cool Whip tub to save time. The sour cream was lovely, not too tart. Think this would be great on July 4th - red strawberries & blue blueberries. This easily served 6+ people."
"Not only was it delicious, I was able to make it look just like the picture. Everyone was impressed."
"next time I will double the filling seemed a little dry. but tasty."
"WONDERFUL recipe! I liked it even better the 2nd day. I sent a serving to my mother-in-law and her roommate at the nursing home. They loved it. My son (27) said, "Mom, this is bangin'"!!! KEEPER!"
"I loved this recipe and would make it again. I had my daughter help me with making it. it was very easy and so delicious! The taste was so sensational. My whole family loved this recipe and were addicted to itThanks"
"This is very easy to make and enjoyed by all. I have had at least 2 requests for the recipe."
"I made this for our family Mother's Day. It was a huge hit!! Very easy to make and very tasty!!"
"I made this recipe for Mother's Day. It was so yummy and beautiful. It was refreshing and light after a large dinner. Thank you for the recipe."
"This is, hands down, a 10 star PLUS recipe. My only complaint is once it's gone, it's gone and I can't have anymore!!!! :( I much prefer desserts like this over the chocolate ones. Thank you so much for this recipe. Need I tell you again how good it is?!"
"What a beautiful presentation this dessert made and it was delicious as well! Only change I made was to use one 8 oz. tub of cool whip in place of the whipping cream. Real easy to make and was gone in no time."
"Huge hit at my daughter and son's college graduation party. I made a middle layer with blueberries and blackberries, just for variety. I had to hide the leftovers to keep them for myself! Creamy, tangy (due to sour cream), but light and fruity. I will certainly make this again. Thank you for sharing."
"I made this dessert for a cookout we were invited to. I forgot to "whip" the cream, but it still turned out well. I got the bowl back empty! Next time ... I'll not make it at 1am because I can't sleep :)"
"I served this at a bridal shower and all but one of the guests insisted on the recipe."
"This was delicious. The only thing I changed was, I used sugarless vanilla pudding."
"I made this recipe... First time making a trifle... super easy... and tasted amazing!"
"LOVE THIS RECIPE. THE ONLY THING I DID DIFFERENT WAS USE CHEESECAKE INSTANT PUDDING INSTEAD OF VANILLA."
"Very easy, light and refreshing!"
"Was very good an would definitely make again. Instead of angel food cake I made a sour cream pound cake and I used 1 carton of whipped topping instead of heavy cream maybe a little more work but very good"
"I used cool whip & added some pineapple tidbits to the pudding, also used vanilla yogurt instead of the sour cream, added coconut the top of the dessert. Easy and light, will definately make again."
"I made this for Easter and my family loved it. I didn't have any heavy whipping cream so I substituted regular whipped cream in with the pudding mixture. Very yummy!. Would make again."
"Absolutely delicious! I chose to use pound cake (Sour Cream Pound Cake recipe, available on this site) and just love the dessert. I have not used orange peel very often in the past but this gives the recipe a delightful twist! Go ahead and try it!"
"I have made this for 3 different events I was invited to. Everyone LOVES it! The only thing I changed is I replaced sour cream with yogurt (you can really use any flavor you want). The last time I made it, I drained a can of crushed pineapples and mixed it with the pudding/yogurt. I didn't have fresh strawberries so I used strawberry pie filling instead. I top with pecans and toasted coconut. I like that you can make it as is or change it up with the pudding flavor and fruit."
"Super yummy!!! The kids at my youth group devoured it. I followed cheryl.a.s's suggestion of replacing plain yogurt for the sour cream and using light cool whip. The trifle has a delicate lemon flavor as a result of the yogurt. Definitely a five star dessert!!"
"To cut some calories and suit my husband's tastes, I swapped the sour cream for plain nonfat yogurt and the heavy whipping cream for light cool whip. Everyone loved it guilt free!"
"I made this dessert for a summer dinner party and everyone loved it. My husband does not eat sour cream, so I used nonfat plain yogurt. I also folded lite cool whip into the pudding instead of heavy whipping cream. It took down some calories and was still delicious!"
"I made this this weekend for a 4th of July celebration. I added fresh blueberries to get the patriotic effect. It was a huge hit! People are still talking about how much they loved it 3 days later"
"Wonderful and easy to make.....always a crowd pleaser!"
"very tasty, easy to make, and looks lovely!"
"I made this for our Father's Day get-together and it was a hit. Tasty and pretty!"
"I always wanted to make a Trifle and when I stumbled upon this one I decided to make it on the spot. However I only had canned cherries and no grated orange peel so I used Grand Marnier in its place. It was easy to make and so delicious that my husband had seconds right away. Will try it with the strawberries the next time but I believe you can used any fruit in its place. I can see how you won 1st price!"
"Awesome recipe, not too sweet, just right"
"easy to make, nice flavor and not super sweet. the orange peel is a great complement to the sweetness of the strawberries. it's become a favorite at our spring/summer gatherings"
"it's easy and great everyone loves it and wants the recipe"
"This is such a Summery lookinig dessert I can't wait to try it!!"
"If it has pudding in it has to be good :)"
"this was delicious! i used a yellow cake(from a mix) instead of angel food. i think next time i might put some of the cream at the bottom. But really good flavor."
"I made this for Easter dessert but I didnt layer it like a trifle..I just made a layered cake and it was delicious!"
"i used this for an early easter dinner for our family"
"I made it with all fat free ingredients and used cool whip free instead of the heavy whipping cream, I also added fresh blueberries. It was a hit at our 4th of July picnic."
"This looks so good! :)"
"I tried this dessert for the first time at a family gathering on Memorial Day using fresh strawberries from our garden and a homemade angel food cake. It was an instant hit not only for the great taste but also for the lovely presentation. Thanks for sharing!"
"I made this for company came out great. I used blueberries as well as the strawberries. everyone loved it"