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Tampa Cake Girl - Peaches And Cheesecake Trifles To Go
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Peaches And Cheesecake Trifles To Go - Recipe #73
Peaches And Cheesecake Trifles To Go
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Aug 27, 2014      Comments:  5      Replies:  4     
1 angel food cake (I used one from the bakery)
1 box of jello cheesecake instant pudding, prepared according to box directions
1 small tub of frozen whipped topping (I used Cool Whip)
1 bag of toffee bits
3 or more fresh ripe peaches, I used 3 large peaches
6 Mason jars, I used the jelly jars
I am a true Southerner. I was born and raised in Southern California, my Mom was born and raised in North Carolina and I have lived in Tampa over 30 years. I believe I am qualified to be a Southerner. You are not really a Southerner if you have not had a beverage or eaten out of a Mason jar! This is an easy, quick recipe to make, pack and go. Easy to transport to a picnic or to take to a friends house. This can also be made in a large trifle bowl, adjustments on the ingredients would have to be increased. This recipe is dedicated to my real Southern Belle cousin, Janet Solesbee.
Cut up peaches and soak in 7-up or Sprite to prevent browning. Place torn up angel food cake in the bottoms of a Mason jars. Add a layer of pudding. Add a layer of peaches. Add whip topping and sprinkle with toffee bits. Repeat layers. You should be able to get 2 layers of everything in the jar. Refrigerate. You will have leftover angel food cake. Enjoy!
**Calorie and fat content can be reduced by using low fat milk and lite frozen topping mix. No sugar was added to the peaches, they were ripe and sweet!
homemadefoodjunkie      May 6, 2015 at 5:35 am                       
Tasty treats Cydnee! We use mason jars up here in the Northlands too. But I have no idea why they became so popular. I think you all must have started this raging new trend! They do make great single serving trifles. We love peaches and cheescake! Stopping by from the #PureblogLove link Party!
Tampa Cake Girl      May 6, 2015 at 11:59 am           
Thank you Diane! It’s a convenient way to travel with desserts.
Heidy L. McCallum      September 19, 2014 at 5:05 am                       
Thank you so much for sharing your awesome blog post on our link party we formerly co-hosted for 23 weeks, (The Weekend Social) I just wanted to update you to our new link party #PureBlogLove. It runs every Thursday 8 pm est-Sunday nights at midnight. The other girls are still hosting the former party on their pages so don’t forget drop by and visit them as well. I hope to see you this week at our new one. Have a fantastic night Heidy L. McCallum http://www.themccallumshamrockpatch.com
nettiemoore11      September 8, 2014 at 6:20 pm                       
Hi Cyd! Thank you for linking up your yummy Trifle! You have been featured at http://mooreorlesscooking.com for our Simple Supper Linky Party! Nettie
Tampa Cake Girl      September 8, 2014 at 6:28 pm           
Thank you Nettie !
Marsha Joy Baker      August 29, 2014 at 12:02 pm                       
OOOOOEEEE! These look mighty tasty. I love single servings and the flavors here sound amazing. Thanks for sharing with us at Weekend Potluck. Hope you enjoy a great weekend!
Tampa Cake Girl      August 29, 2014 at 12:07 pm           
Thank you Marsha! My pleasure. Have lovely holiday weekend <3!
bakinginatornado      August 27, 2014 at 2:25 pm                       
Love the idea of individual trifles, makes it so much easier to serve. Perfect pairing here; easy, yummy, and beautiful.
Tampa Cake Girl      August 27, 2014 at 2:46 pm           
Thank you Karen! They were yummy. Guess this makes me a real southerner now making a dessert in a mason jar!