Cherry Trifle Smoothie – Cups To Gallons

Cherry Trifle Smoothie

If you think cherries taste perfect on their own, you’re in for a pleasant surprise: They also make a ridiculously good smoothie ingredient.

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Cherry Trifle Smoothie
If you think cherries taste perfect on their own, you're in for a pleasant surprise: They also make a ridiculously good smoothie ingredient.
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Cuisine Smoothies
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Instructions
  1. Remove the stalks and stones from the cherries. If you don't have a cherry-pitter, cut around the crease of each cherry, gently prize the two halves and pull out the stone.
  2. Put the cherries in a food processor or blender and blend to a smooth pure'e.
  3. In a separate jug, stir the milk into the custard until smooth and creamy and of pouring consistency.
  4. In a bowl, whip the cream until it holds in soft peaks.
  5. Spoon layers of the custard mixture and cherry pure'e into a g;ass, top with a generous dollop of whipped cream, and decorate with a few fresh cherries.
  6. Place a couple of ladyfingers on top. Serve with a long-handled spoon.
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