Baileys banana trifles

Baileys banana trifles

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

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 info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
689
protein
7g
carbs
63g
fat
46g
saturates
26g
fibre
2g
sugar
53g
salt
0.43g

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
  • 500g pot vanilla custard
  • 6 tbsp toffee sauce
  • 25g chocolate, grated

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Method

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.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, December 2010

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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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