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Mini JELL-O Trifle Bites

Mini JELL-O Trifle Bites recipe
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An oh-so-cute festive-looking dessert that'll have all your guests talking. Made in muffin cups, they have all the components of a trifle but can be easily popped in your ...read more
time
prep:
10 min
total:
2 hr 10 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 2 trifles each
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posted:
11/30/2005
Whoever doesn't like the idea of mixing jello with cake obviously doesn't know or care about how the original English trifles are made. This is a great and much easier replication. Thanks
posted:
11/30/2005
I guess Shambudette's never made a "poke cake" (cake poked with holes after it's baked and jello poured over it and frosted with whipped topping... My kids all love it. Try it. You might find you like it.
posted:
11/30/2005
YUMMY!! I don't think the other person gave it a try. To me at first it did sound gross, but I tried it any way and it was YUMMY!!
posted:
11/30/2005
What a cute way to serve jell-o!! These turned out so cute. There is a problem with the quantity. I didn't have quite enough Jell-O for 24 trifles and there was a lot of topping left over.
posted:
11/30/2005
Sorry Kraft Kitchen, this sounds like it would be terrible. Jello gelatin & CAKE!! YUCK!! I agree pudding probably be better. Better yet just have the cake and save the topping for something else. Back to the kitchen crew!! ;)
posted:
11/30/2005
For a great variation, use pudding instead of jello. Use a favorite sugar free and it's still great.
posted:
11/29/2005
I figured the cake would become soggy so substituted a large fresh strawberry and used strawberry Jell-O. Topping was woderful.
posted:
11/26/2005
I was not impressed with this recipe. Due to red food coloring allegeries I substituted lime jell-o for the raspberry and did not like the taste of the pound cake and lime together. I also found that the pound cake pieces were soggy. I did though think the topping was delicious and spread it between slices of the remaining pound cake for mini sandwiches. I will keep the topping recipe but will not ever make the jell-o bites again.
posted:
11/12/2005
I used Diet jello. but otherwise followed the recipe and was only able to get 21 trifles BUT the topping mixture made twice as much as needed. They were very tasty, and may make them again with some adjustments in measuring out the ingredients for the topping.
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