A British classic from Adrian Tack here...a raspberry trifle with a healthy splash of sherry of course! The perfect balance of custard, ladyfinger biscuits, boozy, fruity jelly and freshly whipped cream...does this timeless classic get your vote?
We love this cranberry jelly with summer berries from Annabel Karmel's 100 Family Meals. It’s easy to make your own jelly from fruit juice and it's a perfect summer dessert for kids and adults alike. By setting the jelly in two layers, you'll get the berries set in the jelly on top and the clear jelly underneath – the effect is pretty spectacular!
Old English Trifle recipe from Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook. English trifle is never made with jelly: just fruit ( this recipe uses tinned but I always use fresh),alcohol soaked sponge,homemade custard and cream as a topping with nuts sprinkled over.