Low Fat Trifle

My friend Lauren made this awesome low fat trifle for Easter a couple of weeks ago. It was so delicious that I had to post the recipe! This is a simple, quick, and low fat desert that will wow your guests. It’s a perfect desert to please a crowd…I know I was :) stunning! Ingredients: -sponge cakeLauren recommends Pillsbury sponge cake and made it herself but you could also buy it from a bakery if you don’t feel like baking it-chocolate and vanilla pudding mix Suggestion: not using pre-made pudding, but rather getting the jell-o pudding mix and making it yourself– strawberries, cut up
– banana’s, cut up
– cool whip Directions:
– Bake the sponge cake (skip this step if you bought it pre-made)
– Layer the bottom of your trifle dish with small, broken up pieces of sponge cake
– Next, add a layer of cool whip on top of the sponge cake. Tip: The cool whip should be room temperature or else it is too difficult to spread over the sponge cake
– Put a layer of vanilla pudding on top of the cool whip. This tends to mix together a little when you are spreading the pudding over the cool whip but that is normal.
– After the pudding has been spread evenly over the cool whip, add a layer of strawberries.
– After the strawberries, add another layer of sponge cake and keep repeating the same steps, alternating with chocolate pudding and bananas.-You will probably end up with 4-5 layers total! You can top the trifle with some shaved chocolate, coconut, chocolate chips, or whatever your heart desires!!  You can also use other flavored puddings such as banana or butterscotch. Lauren decided to keep it simple because who doesn’t like chocolate and vanilla pudding?
Special thanks to Lauren Weisberg for sharing her trifle recipe!
Have a great day!


  1. Kelly Donley says:

    I don't know which I like better… That you guys celebrated Easter, or Lauren's creating yummy concoctions! 😉


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