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Berry trifle

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Berry trifle
This trifle is full of fruit, lower in sugar and much healthier than a shop-bought version. You can make it the day before and decorate it an hour before serving, so it’s ideal for a party.
Serves
8
Prep
25 minutes + 2 hours cooling
Cook
15 minutes
Each 162g serving contains (excludes serving suggestion)
KCal
161
Carbs
12.3g
Fibre
1.4g
Protein
8.2g
Fat
8.4g
Saturates
3.0g
Sugars
5.5g
Salt
0.2g
Fruit/Veg Portion
0
Ingredients

Ingredients

For the sponge:
40g wholemeal flour
half tsp baking powder
5 tsp granulated sweetener
2 tbsp rapeseed oil + 1tsp to oil the dish
1 small egg, beaten
1 tsp vanilla extract
For the custard:
250ml skimmed milk + 2 tbsp
20g cornflour
1 tsp vanilla extract
5 tsp granulated sweetener
For the jelly:
1 x 23g sachet strawberry flavoured sugar-free jelly crystals (*not vegetarian)
300g frozen mixed berries (don't defrost)
For the topping
200g 0% fat Greek yogurt
200g half-fat crème fraiche
10g toasted flaked almonds
Grated zest 1 lemon
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Method

Recipe tips
  • You can use vegetarian jelly but it may be high in sugar. Alternatively, use agar agar which is available from health shops and online. Mix it with diluted sugar-free cordial for a vegan, sugar-free jelly.
  • Try using different flavoured jelly or just one type of frozen berry such as raspberries or blueberries or use a mixture of chopped fresh fruit.
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