Raspberry Cheesecake Trifle
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 20 min. + cooling
I also forgot to mention we prefer the French vanilla cake mix by Pillsbury.
My previous post did not let me put in the 5 stars
My family has actually made this recipe many times and LOVE it. We prefer more of the cream so we actually double the recipe on the cream cheese,whipping cream, & powdered sugar portion. It's not overly sweet and so delicious. The only thing I add is some vanilla extract to the cream cheese.
I have made this recipe several times and it has always gotten great reviews. I do make a few changes.When I am in a hurry, I just buy a store made angel food cake. I always use strawberries and I like white chocolate instead of semisweet. Which ever chocolate you use, put it in the freezer first. It is so much easier to shave.
I tried this recipe for Mother's Day. It was sooo good! I could not decide between raspberries or blueberries so I ended up doing it with both berries. Also, I did not make the cake, I bought angel cake instead. The result was a delicious Red, White, and Blue dessert that I will definitively do again for the 4th of July!!!
It's the same trifle recipe, using blueberries instead.
There's another trifle pictured behind the Raspberry Cheesecake Trifle. Is that recipe available?
I DO love to cook! I think you misinterpreted my review. I don't think it was too hard (or 'work'). I really enjoyed making it. It's just that my OPINION is that it didn't taste that great. =)
Unlike the last reviewer I dont see where any part of it is 'hard work'. I did not make the cake from scratch, or have to cut up any fruit.The cream took about 5 minutes.I guess they are used to just buying ready made stuff.I thought this tasted very good and will make it again. Then again I like to cook so it isnt 'work' to me.
WAY too much effort to make an ok dessert. It's something you would make to look pretty, but I don't care about pretty since I'm just cooking for my family.