Strawberry Angel Food Trifle

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Donna Barre-Brown

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@itsajoke

I think it would be GREAT to add blueberries or pineapple (instead of the strawberries) to this mix too.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

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Ingredients

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    (1) angel food cake
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    24 oz. container frozen strawberries, sliced with sugar added
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    3 cups sugar free vanilla pudding (i use regular pudding)
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    16 oz. container of whipped cream (i use slightly less than the whole container)
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    fresh strawberries for garnish

How to Make Strawberry Angel Food Trifle

Step-by-Step

  1. Prepare cake as per directions on the box and let cool
  2. Tear angel food cake into medium pieces. Begin layering cake, strawberries, pudding and whip cream in a large clear glass bowl.Continue irregular layers, filling the bowl. Top entire dessert with a solid layer of whip cream. Slice a few fresh strawberries for garnish Refrigerate overnight or at least 4 hours before serving. To me it tastes like all the flavors of strawberry shortcake in one big yummy bite!

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