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White Chocolate Berry Trifle

The 4th of July is a time to celebrate. Yes it is about food, family, and friends, but more than that it is a day to celebrate our country and the freedoms that we enjoy.

In honor of the 4th of July, we are celebrating all week long here with Red, White, and Blue week. All week long I will share food perfect for your 4th of July picnic or barbecue.

And really all the recipes will be perfect all summer because all of these recipes are delicious.

I hope you all enjoy Red, White, and Blue week!

To start things off I have a very easy, but very impressive White Chocolate Berry Trifle for you. I made this for my husband’s staff meeting back in May and everyone loved it.

In fact, this is the dessert that inspired me to do a Red, White, and Blue week. When I saw the dessert I knew it would be perfect for the 4th of July and then I started thinking of all the fun foods I could make to celebrate the 4th of July.

So, stay tuned for more great red, white, and blue foods throughout the week.


Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. Last night we had to bring a last minute dessert to a party. We stopped at Costco, and they had an amazing looking Strawberry Trifle there. We didn’t buy it, but I thought,’ hey, I could make that myself later this week’. Now I see your trifle and had never thought of putting white chocolate pudding in it. I think it looks so much better than the Costco one. I’m going to make your recipe this week. Thanks!

  2. Yum! I’ll be doing this with coconut pudding to make it dairy free. Thanks for the inspiration once again!

  3. I want to dig right in!

  4. I made this tonight when we had another family over for dinner. It was a HIT! Super easy and ready ahead of time so we could eat it when we were ready. I made the pound cake from scratch and used homemade whipped cream instead of cool whip. The white chocolate pudding was so decadent! Thanks, Lynn, for this amazing recipe!

  5. Do you let it set in the fridge, I assume?

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