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Baileys banana trifles

Baileys banana trifles

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(17 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins

Easy

Serves 6
A quick and impressive make-ahead dessert with Baileys for grown-ups, or use extra toffee sauce for kids

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition per serving

  • kcalories689
  • fat46g
  • saturates26g
  • carbs63g
  • sugars53g
  • fibre2g
  • protein7g
  • salt0.43g
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Ingredients

  • 300g pot extra-thick double cream
  • 7 tbsp Baileys
  • 6 chocolate brownies (about 250g/9oz), broken up, or use crumbled chocolate biscuits or loaf cake
  • 3 bananas, sliced

    Banana

    bah-nah-nah

    Probably the best known, most popular tropical fruit, their name probably derives from the…

  • 500g pot vanilla custard

    Vanilla

    van-ill-ah

    The sun-dried seed pod of a type of climbing orchid, vanilla has an inimitable soft, sweet…

  • 6 tbsp toffee sauce
  • 25g chocolate, grated

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Method

  1. Mix the cream with 1 tbsp Baileys, and set aside. Divide the brownie pieces between 6 glasses, then drizzle each with 1 tbsp Baileys. Top with the sliced bananas, custard and Baileys cream, dividing equally, then drizzle with toffee sauce and finish with grated chocolate. Can be made a few hours ahead.

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Comments (18)

Norma. mackey's picture
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Wish I could have given this 10 out of 5! Easy and delicious, I did both child and adult versions. Definitely add more baileys to the cream, but just taste until it's right for you. I used Thorntons mini chocolate fudge brownie pieces from tescos and broke them up a bit more. Heavenly dessert but I won't be on the weighing scales until I've done another 3 Zumba classes!

egangemi's picture
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Easy to make and can be prepared well in advance. My guests couldn't have alot of chocolate so I used sponge fingers instead. I didn't think the Baileys came through enough, so will add more next time round ;-)

Rachel1195's picture
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YUM! this is amazing - absolutely delicious, looks good too!

stinkifatcat's picture
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This was very easy and went down a treat with our guests. I prepared it 3 hrs in advance and it was fine. No mess with serving up.
I used chocolate store bought muffins as the base.
I think it could with another tbs of Baileys in the cream.

johnread66's picture
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Agreed with most people easy to prep and make, used choc chip muffins instead of brownies, massive calories but very nice.....

princess77's picture
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Made this for an anniversary dinner party and it went down a treat! The great thing about it is that you can prepare it ahead. I didn't expect it to taste as good as it did. I used chocolate chip muffins instead of brownies and added a bit more baileys to the double cream. And for kids I just added more of the toffee sauce instead of the baileys!! Definately a must have at a dinner party!!

roosters's picture
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Absolutely delicious!!
I added slightly more Baileys to the cream as I felt it was too subtle initially but the best advice is add and taste until it's perfect. My dinner party guests thought this was wonderful. I served it with the baked mushrooms with ricotta and pesto for starter and the salmon en croute for main. All recipes from here and a huge success.

emziie26's picture

I am having a dinner party on the 11th and this will go well this the rest of my meal! Looks amazing!

stephrea's picture
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This is a lovely handy dessert..i made it as per the recipe, it went down really well with everybody, I used bought Chocolate muffins and it wasn't heavy at all :)

bean-208's picture

I added some tinned cherries to give it a "Black Forest" slant - worked really well.

dina26's picture
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This was one of the best dsserts i have had in a very long time. so quick and easy aswell, perfect to use when entertaining after work. will be making this again.

lsultanas's picture
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So good!!! Super easy and looks and tastes more complicated than it really is. Worked really well for a dinner party. Will def make again!

clairedude's picture
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Very easy to make and but looked good. Very rich and heavy especially after a meal.

ripley2009's picture
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very nice. made using brownie and custard recipes from here, left the toffee sauce out and also made it more like a traditional trifle with double cream and baileys whipped and piped on top.

sally1975's picture

SuzieK - just under the title it says to just add more toffee sauce for the children and leave out the baileys :)

Looks like a tasty recipe and very easy to prepare!

suzie3432's picture

Think the kids would also love this, what can I replace the baileys with or shall I just leave it out?

same965's picture
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Great! I prepared and used muffins instead of brownies.

jokiernander's picture
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Beautiful, very tasty, very quick. Only change would be to cut down the portion sizes a little as they are very rich.

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