28 Feb

I can almost taste it by just looking at it.

Wanderlust in the City

This blog has really gotten me into cooking; who would have ever thought that was possible?! This time I made a Berry Trifle, and like always, Mom was my superb sous chef. The Berry Trifle is extremely easy to make. Oh, and have I mentioned it’s absolutely delicious?

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

You’ll need:

12 ounces of blueberries

12 ounces of blackberries

12 ounces of raspberries

1 small container of strawberries

10 individual containers of prepared vanilla pudding

1/2 of a Vanilla Pudding Cake from Ralph’s (or 1 pound cake)

8 ounce container of thawed Cool Whip

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

Cut strawberries into fourths. If strawberries are large, cut them into eighths.

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

Wash other berries and set them aside.

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

Cut cake into cube-sized pieces.

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

Spread one layer of cake in bottom of trifle dish or glass bowl.

Press cake gently into bottom of bowl.

A Very Berry Trifle - recipe - Wanderlust in the City

Cover cake layer with five containers of vanilla pudding and smooth over with…

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