I am loving Spring. It is finally here and I can’t get enough of it! Yesterday I went on a long run and it was actually HOT! It felt really good though, I just have to remember my sunscreen next time:) Oh, and Happy Earth Day! Do something extra special to save the environment today!
1 package (3.4 ounces) instant lemon pudding mix (I used sugar free)
2 cups milk (I used skim)
1 half-pint container heavy whipping cream
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
Lemon Angel Food Cupcakes (you can leave them out or substitute any angel food cake)
In a medium to large bowl, mix instant pudding mix and milk; stir thoroughly and set aside. In another medium-sized bowl, beat heavy whipping cream and sugar on medium to high speed (with an electric mixer) until stiff peaks form. Working in thirds, gently fold whipped cream into pudding mixture until thoroughly combined. If necessary, whip combined mixture again until thickened.
To assemble the trifle, layer the mousse, berries, and cake. Get creative and make it pretty. We used mini trifle dishes, you can make one big one if you wish.
Mousse recipe adapted from Rachael Ray
This would be a hit at my house especially with my youngest who loves berries. I have to hide them from her if I’m trying to make something specific with them. :)Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Happy Earth Day to you!
Perfect for a warm day….lovely clicks!
Oh lordy that looks so good!! 🙂
Awesome weather here, too!
That trifle looks aweomse and refreshing and “healthy”.
Beautiful and oh so much more healthy than the trifles I’ve made! I know this is a fabulous combo of flavors. Gorgeous photos too!
so nice and delicious! you re awesome!
The trifle looks great, what a great use of your cupcakes too!
Love lemon mousse!! Looks fantastic!
Great dessert for spring. I love the berries!
I love trifles. This looks great.
This trifle just screams Spring! How delicious!
Huzzah for instant pudding! It makes life so easy sometimes. I just bought some very huge strawberries from TJ’s and the lemon mousse would go great. We don’t have blackberries or any other berry for that matter yet. So it will just have to be strawberries for me.
Looks delicious. I make a trifle that is quite similar but have never tried with lemon mousse.
I can’t wait for this weekend – Spring weather should be in full effect!
Mmm, berries!! looks amazing 🙂
wow!!! this really looks great… what a perfect dessert… 🙂
omg this looks soo good. Its hard for me to resist anything lemon…
beautiful! so simple and gorgeous!
I love lemon mousse so much, though I never had it for the trifle, it does sound so fabulous.
It’s gorgeous Maria! I would a hard time digging in at first too, but I’m sure once I had a bite I wouldn’t be able to resist anymore!
great pictures. I’ll be making this soon.
very rarely do i make something that i deem almost too pretty to eat. not that it’s not pretty, mind you, but that my appetite is simply an overwhelming force. 🙂
lovely trifle, indeed.
This looks so yummy! I’ve never made a trifle, but I think that this has pushed me over the edge…
Wow – what beautiful pictures!!
That trifle just makes me smile to look at it. What a pretty dessert! I bet it tastes lovely!
I love fresh fruit desserts all year around!
Berries & lemon are really a perfect springtime dessert. Sounds like a perfect trifle!
Gorgeous! Looks like the perfect springtime dessert.
This looks so refreshing and light. Delicious! The day before yesterday it was 81 degrees. Today it’s snowing. Go figure! LOL
that looks delish!!
Beautiful and refreshing! And I’ve got to say the Nutella brownies look amazing as well. You two are so talented in the kitchen 🙂
This looks so nice and light – and I have been obsessed with berries lately. Hope you are feeling better!
Look at those luscious berries – delicious!!
I adore trifle but your use of lush berries have trumped everything – YUM!
Mmmm…. that sounds and looks amazing!
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