Easy Kid’s Recipe: Berry Trifle – Great for the Fourth of July

A beautiful red, white, and blue dessert that kids can make.

A beautiful red, white, and blue dessert that kids can make. (It’s delicious, too!)

We were recently invited to a friend’s house for dinner, and I wanted to take something along for dessert.  This trifle recipe is so easy, that the littlest kiddos can help make it!

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What You Need to Make a Red, White and Blue Berry Trifle:

  • Angel food cake
  • Berries
  • Vanilla pudding
  • Whipped topping
Pretty much everything about this "recipe" is instant.

Pretty much everything about this “recipe” is instant.

Follow the directions on the box to make instant vanilla pudding.

Follow the directions on the box to make instant vanilla pudding.

Tear the angel food cake into pieces and arrange enough of them to cover the bottom of your bowl.

Tear the angel food cake into pieces and arrange enough of them to cover the bottom of your bowl.

Cover the angel food cake with a layer of vanilla pudding.

Cover the angel food cake with a layer of vanilla pudding.

Add a layer of berries to your trifle.

Add a layer of berries to your trifle.

Now, add another layer of angel food cake, followed by another layer of pudding, and then a top layer of berries.

Now, add another layer of angel food cake, followed by another layer of pudding, and then a top layer of berries.

Scoop to serve with some whipped topping!

Scoop to serve with some whipped topping!

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Lorna Doone Brewer is a freelance writer, also known as the Queen Bee. She lives in the beautiful Inland Northwest with three spirited daughters and a wildly outnumbered husband.

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