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Food & Drink Royal family favourites: Trifle with a twist

16:05  02 june  2018
16:05  02 june  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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This twist on a British favourite sees the sponge replaced with amaretti biscuits and the custard with blackberry cream. Trifle purists might argue this is Pregnant Pippa Middleton beams while out and about in her gym gear in London - days after joining the royal family at Meghan and Harry's wedding.

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This twist on a British favourite sees the sponge replaced with amaretti biscuits and the custard with blackberry cream © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited This twist on a British favourite sees the sponge replaced with amaretti biscuits and the custard with blackberry cream Carolyn Robb, former chef to Charles, Diana and their boys, shares the dishes they adored 

Trifle purists might argue this is not really a trifle. I admit to trifling with the ingredients: replacing sponge cake with amaretti biscuits, custard with blackberry cream, and sherry with cassis, but people always come back for more. 

Trifle has a special association for me. On 16 December 1997, my mother accompanied me to Buckingham Palace to the Christmas dance given by the Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. 

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Her Majesty exchanged a few words with my mother, after which we sat down to pinch ourselves – were we really sitting in the grandeur of the Throne Room in the heart of Buckingham Palace? 

When dessert was served, there were, among other things, individual trifles served in glasses. My mother proclaimed that, in all of her 86 years, a trifle had never tasted so good.

  Royal family favourites: Trifle with a twist © Provided by Shutterstock Serves 4

Make and set the jelly several hours before you prepare the rest of the trifle. Wash, dry and, where necessary, hull the strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. Reserve a handful for decoration. 

Cook the blackberries in a little water with half the sugar and all the vanilla. When soft, purée with a stick blender and rub through a sieve to remove pips. Set to one side. 

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Whip the cream with the remaining sugar. Dice the jelly into small squares and divide half of it between 4 trifle glasses. Use a third of the whipped cream to add a layer to each glass. 

Crush the amaretti biscuits and sprinkle half of the crumbs onto the cream. Divide the remaining jelly between the glasses and top with a layer of blueberries and raspberries, then drizzle with cassis. 

Mix the blackberry purée into half of the remaining whipped cream and spoon it evenly onto the fruit. Sprinkle with the remaining crushed amaretti biscuits and add a layer of sliced strawberries. 

Chill for at least 30 minutes. When ready to serve, shred the mint leaves finely and fold into the remaining whipped cream. Spread the cream onto the top of each trifle and decorate with a few berries and a sprig of mint.

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