VlogmasBlogmas: Strawberry, Banana & Vanilla Trifle

Something to whip up the night before or even the morning of while your dishes are roasting in the oven. Not so heavy as a dessert, keeping it light, you know with all that Christmas stuffing and all.


- 1 or 2 packets of strawberry jelly
(depending on how many you want to make)
- Bananas, sliced
- Biscuit of your choice and/or strawberries, quartered
- Whipped cream
- Candy Canes (optional)


1. Boil 400ml of water (or as instructed on jelly packet) and pour in your jelly mixture until fully melted and combined.

2. Set aside to cool before pouring. Meanwhile, slice your bananas.

3. When your mixture is cool, you can pour it into your glasses equally and pop in your chosen biscuit or strawberry pieces.

4. Place glasses into your fridge to do its magic for an hour (or see packet instructions)

5. Once the jelly has set, place slices of banana to fill in each glass and squirt your whipped cream around and above the slices to fill to the top.

6. For extra toppings, you can add some pieces of strawberries and pop a candy cane on the side for decoration - serve and enjoy!

Advent Calendar #9

Gin: Ableforth's
Bathtub Gin
Sloe Gin
Whisky: Old Perth
Sherry Cask Blended Malt

Note: We will be doing a full review at the end of the advent calendar



  1. This looks amazing guys. I am so stealing this recipe for my dessert on Christmas Day as I hate Christmas pudding.

    Thanks for sharing
    Steph xx

    Steph's World | Lifestyle Blog | www.stephsworld.com

    1. Oh yes please do! It's so simple but so tasty and defo a good replacement for any dessert!

      Thanks for reading and commenting☺️💓

  2. I've got to admit I'm a sucker for a classic trifle!! I don't usually make it myself but when its at a party or event I always tuck in and these look amazing! I love the addition of banana!

    1. That's a joys of making it yourself, your dish, your rules! I wish I had some custard to throw in there too ugh!

      Thanks for reading and commenting☺️💓


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