- Serving: 8 - 10
Nutrition facts (per portion)
- Calories: 739
- Fat Content: 36g
- Saturated Fat Content: 20g
- Carbohydrate Content: 59g
- Sugar Content: 55g
- Fiber Content: 3g
- Protein Content: 5g
- Sodium Content: 0.1g
Très alcohol trifle
- prune - 250g prunes
- golden-caster-sugar - 110g golden caster sugar
- vanilla-pod - 1 vanilla pod
- armagnac - 230ml Armagnac
- amaretti-biscuit - 2 x 250g boxes amaretti biscuits (soft or hard - both will work)
- amaretto - 230ml Amaretto
- double-cream - 600ml double cream
- marsala - 230ml marsala
- vanilla-extract - 1 tsp vanilla extract
- In advance, put the prunes into a Kilner jar or a bowl with a lid. In a saucepan, combine the sugar, vanilla pod and 230ml water. Boil until the sugar has dissolved, then pour over the prunes. Leave to cool, then add the Armagnac. Put the prunes in the fridge to macerate, ideally for at least 24 hours.
- When you're ready to make your trifle, put most of the biscuits in a deep dish, reserving a handful to crush on top, and splash the amaretto on top. Give it some time to sink in, shaking occasionally so that everything is boozy.
- Put a scant layer of the Armagnac-soaked prunes on top of the biscuits. Whip the cream with the Marsala and vanilla extract until it's perfectly floppy, then spoon on top of the prunes. Crush over the remaining biscuits.
- Cover the trifle with cling film and leave in the fridge until you are ready to serve. Dig in with a large spoon.
Trifle recipe for 8 – 10 people, takes only 5 mins; recipe has prune, golden caster sugar, vanilla pod, armagnac, amaretti biscuit, amaretto, double cream, marsala and vanilla extract.