There's a member of my extended family who makes an awesome trifle. It's so delicious, but I can tell you: you wouldn't want to come across an RBT after eating a mouthful.
Miss A had an accident yesterday (mouth versus brothers head) and is now declaring she cannot eat a thing. So I decided the time was right to create a cheeky kids trifle. It's a bit "deconstructed", a bit funky and quite a bit tasty. I've done individuals, but you could easily do it in a large bowl!
This is by no means a healthy dessert, but I have made some adaptions to the idea of a trifle so as to make it healthier than the standard. It's still very yummy though! I made my jelly trees using a $2 Christmas tree silicone chocolate mold I picked up at Big W. You don't have to do the trees, you could set the jelly on a tray and then cut up as you wish.
You can replace the yoghurt with custard or cream if you prefer.
If you are looking for Chirstmas snack ideas, then you better check these recipes:
- Chocolate marshmallow Christmas slice, egg free!
- Christmas butter cookies, perfect for sharing
- Cream cheese Christmas bauble
- 1 pack aeroplane jelly naturals lime
- 2 teaspoons gelatine
- 3 strawberries sliced
- 3 tablespoons thick greek yoghurt
- 2 teapsoons icing sugar
- 1 savioardi biscuit sponge finger
- 3 tablespoons juice of your choice we used cranberry
- First of all, mix the jelly according to the packet and sprinkle two teaspoons of gelatine on top, whisking through. Pour into the mold of your choice or leave to set on a tray. (you will have a lot more than you need- so set the rest in other molds unless you are making lots of trifles)
- Put the savioardi biscuits in the bottom of your dish, cover with the juice.
- Add the sugar to the greek yoghurt and whisk through.
- Pile the yoghurt on top of the biscuits.
- Top with sliced strawberries and the jelly.