Pick n Pay - Dec 18th 2017, 14:39
Update the classic childhood trifle by swapping vanilla cake for Swiss roll.
2 packets PnP peach jelly
1 can peach halves, (410g), drained
1 vanilla Swiss roll
125 ml sherry, or vanilla simple syrup
2 tubs PnP fresh vanilla custard, (500g each)
1 quantity chantilly cream
1 handful PnP meringues, to decorate
100 grams PnP pecan nuts, toasted, to decorate
10 white chocolate truffles, to decorate
Prepare peach jelly according to package instructions.
Pour into a 3-litre-capacity bowl.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes until just set.
Add peach halves and chill until set.
Slice vanilla Swiss roll into 1cm slices and cut each slice in half.
Dip in sherry or vanilla simple syrup and arrange along the edge of the bowl, on top of the jelly layer.
Add vanilla custard.
Dollop chantilly cream on top.
Decorate with pecan nuts, white chocolate truffle balls and a few meringues.Click here for more Pick n Pay recipes
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