Lemon Berry Peach Trifle
I love a wonderful trifle at any time of year. This easy, no-bake dessert is always a hit! Lemon Berry Peach Trifle is made with store-bought pound cake, livened up with a little Limoncello, and store-bought lemon curd and frozen fruit. Buying these ingredients is a guaranteed time-saver! All it takes is to whip some cream and assemble. Trifle could not be easier!!
The rich cream is flavored with raspberries and it all pulls together so lovely. Dive right down and get a big scoop!! Making this ahead of time only improves the flavor. I didn’t decorate the top because of using frozen fruit and was afraid of them bleeding as they defrosted. I just decided on a big pillowy topping of the raspberry-flavored whipped cream.
I put the fruit in frozen and it slowly defrosted and melded throughout the day. This dessert is ready when you are. When made in the morning the fruit will have time to defrost over the day when served at night. If you are making this for a brunch then make it the night before. It will be perfect for Easter, Mother’s Day and right through the summer.
True to form, trifle is an English dessert that consists of cake, fruit, custard and whipped cream. It is usually spiked with sherry but the addition of the limoncello is light and just adds a nice lemony flavor to the pound cake, it is not overpowering at all. A trifle can be varied vastly from it original form and created into so many different tasting desserts like the one I have for you today. Normally a trifle has custard layers but to add some more lemony zest I used a lemon curd.
Lemon Berry Peach Trifle
Purchasing ready made products, like pound cake and lemon curd make this dish as easy as can be and a huge time-saver.
- 400 gm. bag frozen raspberries
- 600 gm. bag frozen peaches
- 6 oz. fresh blueberries
- 3 cups whipping cream
- 1/3 cup berry or fine sugar
- 1/2 store bought pound cake or enough for two layers
- 2 Tbsp. limoncello
- 500 ml. lemon curd
- Place a bowl and whippers in the freezer to get cold to whip the cream. Take one cup of the frozen raspberries, microwave and strain through a fine mesh strainer. Discard the seeds and pulp.
- Whip the heavy cream in the cold bowl slowly adding in the sugar. Add the raspberry puree and continue whipping to form soft peaks.
- Layer half of the pound cake in a trifle dish, drizzle on 1 Tbsp. of limoncello. Top with half the lemon curd. Top with half the remaining raspberries, peaches and blueberries, (add the raspberries and peaches in frozen). Top with 1/3 of the whipped cream.
- Repeat layers, topping with the remaining whipped cream.
- Chill in the refrigerator until ready to serve, making sure the fruit has defrosted.
Comments & Reviews
robin masshole mommy says
I could easily sit down and eat that entire thing myself. It sounds like it’s a perfect dessert for me 🙂
Dawn Nieves says
You had me at lemon. Seriously this looks amazing. I can’t wait to try it.
This sounds scrumptious. I love a good trifle – all those different layers of flavour. YUM!
This looks heavenly! While I’m a definite chocolate gal, I like to change things up for dessert at times. This would be perfect and use my trifle bowl that usually collects dust.
Diana Rambles says
This looks amazing! I love anything with lemon curd. YUM!
Sarah Bailey says
This looks so delicious. I love all of the fruits that you used and will be trying this soon.
This is going to be a perfect dessert for my dinner party this weekend. It looks so delicious I am sure it will be a big hit.
Randa Derkson says
I am always looking for new dessert recipes to try. This looks so delicious and easy to make. I will have to get the ingredients I need to make one this weekend. I am sure it will be a big hit,.
That looks delicious! I love having trifle. I haven’t had this kind yet though. I can’t wait to give it a try.
For the love of yum this looks delicious! My husband is a big lemon fan so I’m always trying to find desserts to surprise him with. He’s going to love this!
Dawn Gibson-Thigpen says
wow this looks great. i am so craving something sweet right now and i could totally use this. i have been trying to do better and eat healthier and this just made me decide its time to go grab something .hahah
Lisa Katzman says
this is so helpful for me as I have frozen peaches and didn’t know how to add them to my trifle. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and wisdom
Tara Noland says
So happy that I can help!! Cheers!!