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Custard Trifle Pudding for 1st Blog Birthday

Today, Kids Zone is one year old. Can’t believe its 12 months since I’ve been updating kid friendly recipes here.

Custard Trifle Pudding

Made a simple custard trifle pudding for Nehal and his friends yesterday. It’s lovely coincidence that I had a dessert ready for today. :)

Custard Trifle Pudding Ingredients

I omitted whipped cream and used lemon cake in place of sponge cake. You can use any flavor and fruits of your choice.

Custard Trifle Pudding Recipe

Prep & Cooking: 45 mts, Chilling time: 2 hrs



1 cup sponge cake, cut into cubes

1/4 cup whipped cream

1 tbsp chopped nuts (cashews/almonds)

2 cups set jelly cubes

1 1/2 tbsps mixed fruit jam, combine with few tbsps of warm water

2 cups chopped fruits (pineapple, strawberries, banana, apple, orange, melon)

For custard:

2 tbsps custard pwd

1/2 lt milk

2-3 tbsps sugar

1 Prepare jelly, as per instructions on the packet, pour in a square pan and leave it aside to set. Once set, cut into cubes and place in fridge. Next prepare jam syrup, keep aside. Next chop the fruits and keep aside. Now prepare custard as per directions on the packet.
2 Take a large glass bowl, layer with cubed sponge cake, spread jam syrup all over, layer with jelly cubes, followed by chopped fruits, pipe some whipped cream all over, sprinkle some nuts. Spread custard and repeat the same process again, layer starting with sponge cake and jam syrup, jelly cubes, chopped fruits, nuts and pour the custard all over. Top off with whipped cream and garnish with fruits.
3 Refrigerate for 2-3 hrs and serve chilled.

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By • Nov 6th, 2009 • Category: All Recipes for Kids

5 Responses »

  1. hello sailu gaaru…my hearty congratulations on 1st anniversary of ur kidszone. umm….its tempting…i just want to grab ur pudding bowl from the picture. but alas! i cannot prepare this dish for my kids now. its too cold outside n my kids r suffering from n my husband too. u know its contagious. usually i wont prepare sweet dishes in winter but i will save this recipe n prepare surely during summer. my 2 kids bdays will come in summer. i have seen ur kid’s bday function photos. brilliant!!! ben10 idea is too good. can u give some more ideas on bday celebrations? and sailu…please post some breakfast recipes for kids. u know my kids will leave at 7am i dont know what to give them at that time! thank u!

  2. Wow! Looks too good. But what brand did you use to make jelly? I never knew we could make jelly at home. I make custard at home but 2 spoons of custard powder is never enough and that too with 2 tsp sugar (as per the instructions on the packet). You made it that way, as the dish has so much of sugared substances already, or is custard originally prepared that way?
    Anyways…nice post.
    Congrats on the 1st anniversary of Kidzone.

    Thanks, Josh. :)
    Its extremely simple to prepare jelly at home. I used Wiekfield brand for jelly. I usually prepare custard with less sugar than suggested since I always add fruits.

  3. heyyyy sailaja,
    mouth watering recipe….i wish i could grab the bowl and have it.Happy blog anniversary for both kids zone and sailus food.


  4. A little late but congratulations!

  5. Have a packet of jelly lying at home. will try this

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