I have to admit, when I started out on Rainbow month with MomDot, I wondered if I would get sick of creating rainbow food and crafts to share. But nope…I Could do this all year!! But there are also so many other things I want to bring to you all, so I am finishing up the month as promised and off to a new topic (hint: gardens and salads!) Before we go from rainbows though (which are so pretty I’m gonna miss them!), I am sharing with you a super fun recipe that I hope you make: Rainbow Cake Trifles.
Now I am sure you know what a trifle is.
If you don’t, I’ll catch you up. Traditionally a trifle is fruit with sponge cake soaked in like alcohol and topped with whipped cream. I didn’t make that. This is a kid friendly version of a trifle. Non-alcoholic no berries and it’s just as fun to make AND eat. Promise. It also is relatively stunning on a table, for a party, or honestly…just because. Before you make this super stunning dessert, you def need a trifle bowl. It allows you to view all the layers and makes for a gorgeous display. If you do not have one, wait and order one of these. You will enjoy this and all of your trifle desserts so much better with the right look! Here are two that I found that will work well:
Rainbow Cake Trifle
Printable recipe version on the bottom
Prepare cake mix according to package directions for 2 round pans
Serve immediately or keep in the fridge until ready to serve
- 1 box rainbow cake mix
- 1 8 oz container cool whip
- Rainbow sprinkles (optional)
- Prepare cake mix according to package directions for 2 round pans
- After cake has cooled, break into large crumbs.
- Layer the crumbs in a small trifle bowl, alternating with the cool whip
- Top with cool whip and rainbow sprinkles.
- Serve immediately or keep in the fridge until ready to serve
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