Strawberry Shortcake Trifle

This is my favorite Summer time dessert.
It involves NO cooking.
I served it Easter Sunday.
I make this for every church social with nothing left but the serving spoon in the bowl.
What you will need:
1 Angel Food Cake (I buy mine - hence no cooking!)
1 container of Cool Whip - thawed
1 large box of Vanilla Instant Pudding
1 box/container of frozen strawberries in sugar  - thawed
(or make your own with fresh strawberries and sugar - let set to make syrup/juice)
Make it:
Mix pudding as directed on box, set in fridge
Cut Angel Food Cake into cubes
Layer it:
Angel Food Cake cubes
Cool Whip
Top with fresh sliced strawberries, if desired.
Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
If you are serving a large group, double the recipe.
It's Yummy!
***Edited to add:  If you do NOT have a Trifle bowl, no problem!  I've made this tons of times in a regular bowl.
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  1. THat is a really pretty truffel bowl...I love the way you cut up the strawberries on top!~ I have made this, however your presentation looks prettier, I will try this next time:)

  2. Hi Sherri! Oh, I can understand why everyone loves this! It's beautiful and I know how good it must be. Your trifle bowl is so pretty too!
    Thanks for sharing the recipe and popping in to see me.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  3. This recipe looks quick, easy and really yummy! I've never actually made trifle for one stupid reason...I don't have a trifle bowl. I think I need to get one!

  4. I have made this in a regular bowl MANY times!

  5. Girl - you know I LOVE all things easy, fun and always a hit. :)

  6. I think this looks beautiful...and delicious!

  7. This recipe is the perfect excuse to buy a pretty trifle bowl! Yum!

  8. I perked up when I saw the no cooking! Love this recipe and I am so going to try it!

  9. This is exactly what I was looking for this week. Thanks!

  10. This looks delgihtful! It would be a great link up for Tuesday Tastes at Crazy Daisy! Stop by if you like!

    Happy Day,
    Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

  11. Hi Sherri! Found you through Crazy Daisy :) Your trifle looks AMAZING! I am definitely going to have to try it soon.

  12. This looks delicious. Found you from House of Hepworths blog roll.

  13. I just made this for a gathering tonight! Although, I didn't put in pudding--I'll definitely give that a try next time. Super easy, super yummy!
    Thanks for visiting my blog!

  14. This looks so ridiculously good! I have got to try it!!


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  15. This looks great. I've made trifle before, but not this version. I'll give it a try.

    - The Tablescaper

  16. Yum!! That looks so delicious!! :)

  17. That looks amazing, fantastic and yummy! What a clever thing to make it no cook and go easy on yourself - I'm bookmarking this one the next time I need a "wow" dessert.

  18. My husband would love this...anything with cake... cream and strawberries..and it looks so good made into a trifle....
    And yes your right we do have our share of strange men coming to the door....wait until the census people show up!

  19. i love, love strawberries. this looks delicious!

  20. Visiting from New Friend Friday, and I'm SO glad I did! I have to bring dessert to a book club tonight, and you just gave me a perfect recipe! I can't wait to try it; thanks!

  21. Stopping by from New Friend Friday...and thinking how yummy this looks! I'm going to save this recipe for a party this summer. Thanks!


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