Cooking with a2Milk at
Taste of London
Trifle, that most quintessential of British desserts, layers of fluffy cream, dreamy custard, sherry soaked cake, fresh berries and tangy jelly, all bound together in one large bowl of deliciousness. Always seen on the Christmas Tea Table, as well as other celebratory occasions throughout the year. But what if you have problems digesting normal milk; does this mean you can’t enjoy a bowl of creamy, trifle? Not at all, by using a2Milk in the custard, and fat-free amaretti biscuits at the base with a swirl of coconut cream on top, you CAN have your trifle and eat it! My recipe for Celebration Raspberry and Almond Trifle is just as decadent as any that is made with normal milk and cream, and even people who don’t have problems digesting normal milk will enjoy it.
I demonstrated just how easy it was to make this trifle at the recent Taste of London show in partnership with Great British Chefs, and made 5 huge batches of the trifle as seen above. I made the trifle for the show in large baking dishes, so everyone would enjoy all the layers, and served over 200 portions! It went down a treat and every scrap of trifle was gone by the end of the day on Sunday, with everyone taking one of the recipe cards for the trifle with them too…….hopefully, there will be lots of happy trifle faces on Christmas Day! a2Milk is made from cows who only produce milk with the a2 protein, the protein which makes it easier for people who cannot tolerate normal (a1 protein) milk to digest.
I hope you will enjoy this recipe as much as we did at home when I made it, and as much as everyone at the Taste of London show did too. The “icing on the cake” is the dairy free cream made with coconut cream and vanilla extract, which just makes it a dairy-free friendlier recipe, along with the easy to digest a2milk. The recipe is shared below, as well as on the a2milk and Great British Chefs websites. Karen
Disclaimer: Commissioned work with Great British Chefs and a2Milk
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