166 / 365 Quick and easy trifle
I planned on serving peaches and cream for dessert tonight after dinner but I thought maybe it was a bit boring. I needed something quick, easy and tasty.
Just to let you know, this isn’t a sponsored post, I’m trying to cut back on the grocery bill each week and decided to take the downshift challenge set by Martin Lewis.
We already use quite a few Tesco Everyday Value products but I was amazed how many more there are that we haven’t tried so for the next few weeks, I’ll be working my way through them and seeing what they’re like.
Serves 6 (You’ll need to buy 2 boxes of cake bars to get the extra bar but there are enough peaches, custard and cream for 6 servings in the amounts given)
Total cost = £2.01 (This includes 10p for the extra cake bar)
Cost per serving = 33p
Tesco Everyday Value Chocolate Chip Cake Bars – 5 pack – 50p
Tesco Everyday Value Tinned Peaches in Syrup – 410g – 29p
Tesco Everyday Value Ready To Serve Custard – 385g – 17p
Tesco Fresh Double Cream – 300ml – 95p
Crumble a cake bar into each dessert dish.
Drain the syrup from the peaches (we use the syrup to make frozen ring pops using a mold Ella got for Christmas)
then spoon 2-3 slices on top of each crumbled cake.
Now spoon the custard over the peaches.
And finally, whip the double cream until it forms soft peaks then spoon over the custard.
I was going to top them with some grated chocolate but I seem to have eaten it all *oops* 😀
Everyone said it was delicious and asked if I’d make it again; at that price, I sure will!