Black Forest Trifle

Robbie's inspiration

Michael and I made this delicious Black Forest Trifle for Christmas Day. It was yummy with a layer that tasted like cheesecake.

I adapted this recipe from an Angela Day recipe.

Ingredients

1 * chocolate cake loaf with no icing

2 * 385 gram tins of condensed milk

2 * 500 grams thick cream cheese

250 ml lemon juice (I used freshly squeezed)

2 * 400 gram tins of black cherries, drained, but keep the juice

45 ml custard power (3 tablespoons)

50 ml cherry liqueur

2 cartons fresh whipping cream

2 flakes for decoration

Method

Slice the chocolate cake and cover the bottom and half way up the sides of a large pudding bowl.

Combine the condensed milk, cream cheese and lemon juice in a mixer and beat on a low spread until combined. Leave to stand for 5 minutes.

Top up the drained cherry juice with cold water…

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