Cherry bomb trifle. Layered Cherries on a Cloud or Cherry Trifle. You can use either a homemade angel food cake or a store bought one. Super easy to prepare and the dish always come home licked clean.
Not only do canned cherries make good pies, but there's also no peeling, coring, seeding, pitting or slicing the fruit. Just drain, dump, sweeten, flavor and thicken, and you're in business. The layers in this Black Forest Trifle all combine into an amazing combination of chocolate and cherry and cream. You can have Cherry bomb trifle using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Cherry bomb trifle
- You need 125 ml of condensed milk.
- Prepare 60 ml of lemon juice.
- It’s 300 g of chocolate cake.
- It’s 50 ml of cherry liqueur or grenadine.
- It’s 80 g of glace cherries.
- It’s 20 g of dark chocolate.
- Prepare 20 g of flaked almonds.
You get a double dose of chocolate from the chocolate cake and chocolate pudding. Then a generous layer of sweet cherry pie filling and it is all topped with creamy whipped cream. Slice the chocolate pound cake and make jam sandwiches with the cherry jam, and layer the bottom of a large wide trifle bowl. Pour over the cherry brandy so that the cake soaks it up, and then top.
Cherry bomb trifle instructions
- In a bowl whisk condensed milk and lemon juice together until thick..
- Dice the chocolate cake..
- Layer a glass bowl with chocolate cake, cherry liqueur, condensed milk mixture and glace cherries. Repeat all the layers..
- Top with grated dark chocolate and flaked almonds..
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