Berry Shortcake Trifle {Patriotic Themed Recipe}

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This week a few of my blogger friends and I are sharing all kinds of “patriotic” goodness.
Furniture makeovers, crafts, food, etc.

I decided to share one of my recipes with you.

Dessert —> Berry Shortcake Trifle

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It’s half healthy (berries)…and half not (sugar, etc). ;)

BUT it is RED, WHITE and BLUE.

Very festive and the perfect dessert to make for a picnic, cookout, etc, for 4th of July or any patriotic themed event.

And so very easy to throw together.

You start with these ingredients:
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Any brand variation will work just fine.

Make your cake in 2 round pans according to the package instructions.
(be sure to use the all egg whites option to keep it as “white” as possible for this dish-this brand called for 4 egg whites, I used 3)

Rinse your berries (strawberries and blueberries) well. De-stem and chop/slice the strawberries.

Make your white chocolate pudding according to the package instructions. Mix in 1/2 of the whipped topping (8 oz). Set aside.
(pudding before whipped topping was added)

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Next, mix the remaining whipped topping with one package of cream cheese and sugar. Set aside.

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Once your cake is cooked and cooled remove it from the pans and cut into small squares.

Start by layering the cake in the bottom of the trifle bowl. Then add blueberries and a layer of your cream cheese/whipped topping mixture.

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Repeat the process with another layer of cake except this time add a layer of strawberries and a layer of your pudding/whipped topping mixture.

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Repeat.

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Save enough of the whipped topping mixture (preferably the pudding mix) for the very top.
I chopped the strawberries to go around the edge. You could slice them and lay them around the edge too.
Or you could leave the top completely plain.

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Berry Shortcake Trifle
A wonderful berry filled trifle that tastes very much like a shortcake. Any berries or fruit can be used but the blueberries and strawberries are perfect for patriotic themed parties.
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Ingredients
  1. 16 oz Whipped Topping
  2. 8 oz Cream Cheese
  3. 1 pkg White Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix
  4. 1/4 - 1/2 cup of sugar, to taste
  5. 1 White Cake Mix (use egg whites to keep the cake "white")
  6. Blueberries & Strawberries
Instructions
  1. Make the cake according to the package instructions (use the all egg white option)
  2. Mix 1/2 of the whipped topping (8 oz) with the cream cheese and sugar. Set aside.
  3. Mix the pudding according to the package instructions. Mix in the other 1/2 of the whipped topping. Set aside.
  4. Wash your berries and set aside.
  5. After your cake has cooled cut it into small squares.
  6. Layer your cake, blueberries, cream cheese mix.
  7. Next, layer cake again, strawberries (chopped/sliced), pudding mix.
  8. Repeat until you've reached the top of the trifle bowl. Top with one of your whipped topping mixes (preferably the pudding mix)
  9. Finish off the top with blueberries and sliced or chopped strawberries to garnish.
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This dessert is fabulous. It tastes very much like strawberry shortcake (but oh so much better) ;)

It’s so easy to make and makes a great presentation in the trifle bowl.
(if you love trifle and Red Velvet Cake…you can see my Red Velvet Trifle –> here!)

This trifle is perfect for a party.

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I hope you will give it a try…and I hope you enjoy it if you do.
Would love to hear if you do!

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  1. This looks so yummy…strawberry shortcake is my favorite summer treat and this looks like a great alternative! ~Sonya
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  2. Beautifully delish, Nancy! Everything you touch is a work of art. Can’t wait to try it.
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  3. Yum!! This is such a pretty dessert to bring for a party! XO
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  4. Yum! This looks wonderful!! I love a dessert that’s pretty and can be the centerpiece of the dessert table before it’s served. I’ll bet your family was happy to see you making this!
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  5. Nancy, this sounds and looks absolutely delicious!! The pudding and whipped topping mix never heard of that before it sounds so yummy! Love patriotic food it’s so much fun, nicely done!!
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    • Thanks Dria! Oh it is soooo good! Too good. This is a great one to take to someone else’s house! Have a bite and be done. ;)
      Nancy

  6. What do you do with the sugar?

    • Oh goodness!! So sorry Judy. I have edited the post. I totally forgot to tell you all where to add the sugar. :)
      (it goes in the cream cheese mix)
      Nancy

  7. Nancy,
    This looks so yummy and festive! It will be a great addition to our 4th of July party at the beach! ~Christy
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  8. Girl that looks totally amazing! Seriously, is there anything you can’t do?! YUM! Thanks so much for joining the tour this week! :)
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  9. chris aka monkey says:

    you had me at cool whip lol love this gonna try to make it xx

    • Hah! I know, cool whip..yum! Hope you enjoy!! It’s so great with the fresh fruit.
      Balances out the healthy. ;)
      Nancy

  10. Oh my word, you are making me hungry girl!! Bring some to Haven. Can’t wait to meet you in person!!
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    • It is sinfully good!! ;) Haha..not sure that would make the plane ride!! But I would! ;) Can’t wait to finally meet you Kathy.
      Nancy

  11. This looks like one of those melt-in-your-mouth desserts. You had me at cream cheese and white chocolate pudding, I can only imagine how good this must be with all of the ingredients. That trifle bowl has a way of melding all the flavors together like magic. I can’t wait to try it this summer, Nancy. Thank you for sharing with us;)
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  12. Thank you for sharing this recipe. It looks too pretty to eat, but it sounds to delicious to not eat. laurie
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  13. Thanks Nancy! This looks so perfect not only for July 4th but all summer long! Sounds delicious and it would be great for a get together! Can’t wait to try it! Such a refreshingly cool dessert for the warm summer days ahead!
    Lynn

    • OH yes, all summer long! ;) It is actually very light and fresh tasting! I’m making it again this weekend for my Dad (and family) for Father’s Day.
      Hope you enjoy Lynn!
      Nancy

  14. This looks to-die-for, Nancy!! I especially love that you included white chocolate pudding. I had no idea that existed! *off to the grocery store to stock up on some*
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  15. I’d love a big bowl of this right now! Pinning for later!
    Debbie
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  16. This looks delicious Nancy! I will definitely be making this on the 4th! So pretty too!
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  17. This looks AMAZING! I really need to get a trifle dish.
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