Recipe by Noodlefork
"This dessert is one of my favorites. Although you have to put a little work into it, the results can be described with one word: Yummy!"
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ripe peaches - peeled, pitted and sliced
fresh lemon juice
2 (8 ounce) containers
1 (10 inch)
prepared angel food cake
Peaches are in season and this recipe is perfect for a stunning presentation and light and virtually fat-free enough to serve with anything. The angel food melts in your mouth. I used 32 ounces of Vanilla yogurt (twice as much as the recipe requires) and a packaged Angel Food cake. The lemon zest perks up the fresh peach flavors. GREAT!!
EASY!! Since now is not the time for fresh peaches, I used can. I'll make again because it was so easy & it doesn't have all the calories of using a pudding. May try other types of fruit.
Loved it! Thanks for sharing!! I added a couple layers of blueberries and chopped pecans to add some crunch!
This recipe was very easy and was a great way to use fresh peaches! It was delicious!
Made for Recipe Group. I love, love, loved the dressing part of this. OMG, who knew yogurt could taste so like summer on the tongue! The addition of the pureed peaches and lemon zest to some French Vanilla yougurt made this recipe for me. I used double the dressing to half the peaches and cake for a small trifle. I agree, the dressing needs be at least doubled for the recipe. This was so light, creamy, and cool, with a hint of citrus, just summer on the porch! Thanks for the recipe!
Thanx for the great recipe. Since it is just my wife and I, I made these in one pint mason jars. Cooking for two can sometimes be a challenge, however this was simple. I purchased individual sized angel food cakes (about the size of a large cupcake) from our local grocer, and using a couple of peaches, a few black berries and a few raspberries, i put these together using peach yogurt. Kept in the fridge most of the day, these were nicely chilled by dinner. Will definitely make again.
Recipe Group Selection: 03, August 2013 ~ WOW this is a good one. I didn't get this made last week, due to being in Texas. I'm so glad I still went ahead and made this. I was sooo disappointed in the taste of my peaches. The lemon juice and zest did help, but that is why I added some red raspberries. The next time I make this I will double the yogurt mixture. It had great flavor, I just wish I had more of it. I served this to 7 people and no one guessed the yogurt mixture, although all of them loved it. This could be so versatile by mixing up your fresh fruits and yogurts. As is, this is wonderful and I will be making it again before the fresh peaches are gone. I just hope for better peaches the next time. Another plus to this recipe is there is no whipped topping in it. I like "real" whipped topping, but this is wonderful with the yogurt mixture. A great pick last week. :o)
I absolutely hate it when people have to say how they changed it. Now I must say that I substituted sweetened whip cream for the yogurt! I didn't have any yogurt and town is too far. Since I was little, I have always been told that you could put whipped cream on cowpies and people would ask for more. I did the dreaded substitute.
It was great. I am sure it can be made with any fruit on hand that is fresh.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fresh Peach Trifle
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 9
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