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Trifle "The Taste Of Christmas" Recipe
English dessert, winter holiday taste, simplicity and speed. I have decided for myself for several years not to bake complex cakes for the new year's table. It doesn't always come to dessert, and not everyone is able to appreciate your confectionery feat. And there is always not enough time, especially if you work on the 31st day. And serving simple desserts without baking is a great way out. And children can be attracted. In addition, it is very tasty, no worse than other cakes!
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Defrost the cranberries and put them in the bowl of the combine. Sprinkle with sugar-no more than half a glass for 300 g.
    Defrost the cranberries and put them in the bowl of the combine. Sprinkle with sugar-no more than half a glass for 300 g.
  2. Punch until smooth in pulse mode. Put the cranberries in a bowl.
    Punch until smooth in pulse mode. Put the cranberries in a bowl.
  3. Next, put the broken pieces of cookies in the bowl of the combine. I took home-made gingerbread cookies. If the cookies are store-bought, you can add a pinch of ground ginger. Punch a cookie in pulse mode into a crumb. Transfer the cookies to a separate bowl.
    Next, put the broken pieces of cookies in the bowl of the combine. I took home-made gingerbread cookies. If the cookies are store-bought, you can add a pinch of ground ginger. Punch a cookie in pulse mode into a crumb.
Transfer the cookies to a separate bowl.
  4. Wash the bowl of the combine and wipe it dry. Pour the well-cooled cream into the bowl and set the whipping attachment.
    Wash the bowl of the combine and wipe it dry. Pour the well-cooled cream into the bowl and set the whipping attachment.
  5. Whisk the cream for 10 seconds, then add the remaining sugar mixed with the vanilla, and whisk until fluffy-about 30-40 seconds. Don't break into butter!
    Whisk the cream for 10 seconds, then add the remaining sugar mixed with the vanilla, and whisk until fluffy-about 30-40 seconds. Don't break into butter!
  6. Prepare a bowl or glass. Lay out a layer of cookies, cover with a layer of mashed cranberries and put a layer of whipped cream on top. Alternate layers to the top of the glasses. The top layer, of course, should be cream. Keep the dessert in the refrigerator before serving. You can enjoy the dessert in half an hour, but the longer it is, the more saturated the treat will become.
    Prepare a bowl or glass. Lay out a layer of cookies, cover with a layer of mashed cranberries and put a layer of whipped cream on top. Alternate layers to the top of the glasses. The top layer, of course, should be cream. Keep the dessert in the refrigerator before serving. You can enjoy the dessert in half an hour, but the longer it is, the more saturated the treat will become.
  7. Garnish the dessert with cranberries on top and serve. P.S. You can prepare this dessert in the form of a cake. Instead of cream, you can take sour cream whipped with sugar, put the dessert in the same layers, but in a rectangular shape. Put in the refrigerator for at least 5-6 hours. Before serving, sprinkle the top with cookie crumbs and garnish to taste.
    Garnish the dessert with cranberries on top and serve.
P.S. You can prepare this dessert in the form of a cake. Instead of cream, you can take sour cream whipped with sugar, put the dessert in the same layers, but in a rectangular shape. Put in the refrigerator for at least 5-6 hours. Before serving, sprinkle the top with cookie crumbs and garnish to taste.
  8. Bon appetit)
    Bon appetit)

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