patriotic red, white & blue berry trifle pound cake

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berry trifle pound cake dessert

berry trifle pound cake recipe

We love strawberries, pound cake and blueberries. It was easy to take these ingredients and make a berry trifle pound cake dish everyone will love.  This is a great combination for a delicious red, white and blue dish for the 4th of July.

Whether you grow your own berries or get them at the store, it is a simple trifle to make (as long as you don’t eat it all while making it)

To make it a special treat, you can use 8oz jelly jars and serve individual portions.  You can also just use a pan and  combine the ingredients for a party. Perfect for the 4th of July patriotic party.

cubed pound cake

homemade pound cake

Ingredients:

blueberries
strawberries
pound cake, cubed
whipped cream

strawberries and pound cake
It’s easy to add in a little bit of everything to build this berry trifle.

Instructions:

Take your dish and put a layer of blueberries.
Add a layer of pound cake.
Add a layer of strawberries.
Repeat the process until the tray is full.  If you have extras set them to the side and you can refill if needed.
Add the whipped cream at the top to finish it off, or leave the whipped cream on the side so it doesn’t get soggy (my preference)

Serve and enjoy!

Looking for a easy recipe to bring to parties this Summer? You need to check out this easy berry trifle recipe. Fruit, cake and lots of yummy bites.


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10 Comments

  1. This looks so delicious! I’m not a big dessert fan, but this would be so refreshing on a hot summer day!

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  4. I so have to try this and so easy to make but I will admit that I will cheat and use a store bought angel food cake mix. 🙂

  5. Too easy. And too pretty.

    I will certainly attempt this. Even if I gotta substitute the pound cake for an angel food cake already made at the store.

    Looks great!

    1. Substitute away! Well don’t substitute the fruit for chocolate, it just wouldn’t be the same. 😉

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