4th Of July Trifle Recipe

Good Morning! See this little yummy trifle? I added it to the very end of a post last summer about canning jam and how I made it for the 4th of July. Well it got a huge response from Pinterest. And since I’ve received some questions as to an exact recipe, here it goes! It’s so easy.

*Pint of Strawberries
*Pint of Blueberries
*Loaf of Sara Lee Pound Cake (CUT IT LONG WAYS!)
*Star cookie cutter
*Whip Cream
All I did was cut out stars with the cookie cutter and arranged it pretty 🙂 My trifle dish is from Pier 1. And yes it tastes just as great as it looks!! I WILL be making it again this year.
Do you love trifle desserts? What’s your fav?
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34 thoughts on “4th Of July Trifle Recipe

  1. You rock!! Even I can do that!! It looks great! Oh by the way, If you are contemplating some time in the future getting a booth or doing a show, if you have help, you will make more in one day at a show than you will make in 3 months in a booth ….Just saying!


  2. I do a trifle layered like so: homemade granola, vanilla yogurt, small chocolate chips, wild blueberries (the small frozen ones), repeat. SO YUMMY!!!!!!

  3. That looks so yummy! My son's birthday is on the 4th of July, so I may just have to make this for his birthday party!

  4. I can't believe how easy this is…when I saw the picture I thought oh that looks yummy, but hard…glad I clicked through! Thanks for sharing!

  5. So cute! Can see why this got a huge response on Pinterest. Thanks for the recipe (even I can make this)!

  6. Hi Lina, I'm stopping by to visit your wonderful blog because I met you at SNAP. I've enjoyed being here. This trifle recipe looks so delicious. I wish I could have a bite right now!

    Warmly, Michelle

  7. So cute with the Star shaped pound cake! We are so glad that you linked up to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday". Please come back again really soon! Thanks! -The Sisters

  8. My mouth is watering! Wish I could eat the trifle through the screen! I hope you don't mind if I share this lovely post with my blog's facebook page!

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  12. How soon ahead did you make this? Day of, few hours before, night before? I am just trying to gauge how long the whipped cream will last before getting runny and etc..

    It looks awesome!

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