Thursday, 3 October 2013

Five minute Tropical Trifle.


Do you ever crave for a sweet treat at the oddest times?? My cravings almost always occur when I am working late at night on my blog. This is when my tastebuds tingle for something sweet. This lovely tropical trifle is a five minute speedy dessert.(Of course it does not include the 30 minute photo shoot!!!:))

Creamy, delicious tropical trifle -Taste of tropics and faraway shores in every spoonful.

Ingredients:

100g Rachels Organic low fat mango yoghurt
90g / 3 oz small diced fresh pineapple
4 sponge fingers or leftover cake
Squirty fresh cream( the kind in an aerosol)
30 ml tablespoons tropical  juice(any fruit juice will do))

Method:

1. Get two tall glasses and place a sponge finger in the bottom of each glass.(You may need to break the sponge finger into two pieces.)
2. Spoon a tablespoon of tropical juice on top of the sponge finger. Add some diced pineapple on top of the sponge fingers followed by two tablespoons of mango yoghurt on top of the pineapple.
3. Add the second sponge finger, top it with a spoonful of tropical juice, followed by some more pineapple a finally some more mango yoghurt.
4. Finish off by squirting a dollop of cream from the squirty and add a final garnish of diced pineapple.


Thank you to Rachels Organics who sent me this scrumptious mango yoghurt that I have used in this recipe.Also not only did we eat all the yoghurt but we recycled the the empty pots to create Halloween treat gift pots. Check this video.



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17 comments:

  1. Trifle looks delicious Nayana !

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  2. So easy to prepare and lovely looking trifle.
    Deepa

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  3. Trifle looks too luvely dear :)

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  4. Made this yesterday and it was lovely! Thanks so much!

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  5. I love mango, will definitely have to try this out, thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  6. Trifle with tropical flavours sounds great!!

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  7. Ooh I love trifle and this looks delicious!

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  8. I love Rachel's yoghurt, this looks lovely. x

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  9. i have those sppons :) i need an invite to yours to try these delishious meals x

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  10. Oooh this looks delicious! I think this would be the perfect afters for something like a Roast because it doesn't look heavy that would make you feel bleurgh xx

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  11. Made some fruit salad yesterday, so all I need are sponge fingers, yogurt & cream. It sounds delicious.

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  12. Yum look so easy to do and delicious!

    Ashleigh

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  13. Very quick and exotic trifle definitely, i can imagine finish some anytime..Very delightful dessert.

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  14. This is such a lovely dessert made in a jiffy.. Serving it in beautiful glasses like you have done makes it all the more presentable.

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  15. Lovely quick dessert and you make it look so pretty.

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