Only 2 more weeks and then it’s Easter again. The supermarkets are now packed with the Easter assortment. And in this blog I show that you can make very tasty and creative things with this. I started working with different (Easter) products from Aldi and made a delicious fresh trifle with lemoncello and macarons.
I regularly visit Aldi. And every time I am surprised with a lot of new and qualitative products. For example, I always add a portion of dried coconut cubes to the yogurt. And they also have very tasty tapenades and you can now also go there for many organic products such as nuts and couscous. And all that at an affordable price.
I was also surprised by a Lemoncello dessert with amaretto crumble in their PRESTIGE Easter range. This in itself is a delicious dessert. But what if you combine these in a glass with layers of whipped cream, fresh fruit and macarons (and yes, these are also available at Aldi). Bet everyone will be enjoying Easter brunch or after Easter dinner!
Recipe Easter trifle with lemoncello and macarons
300 gr Lemoncello dessert
200 gr seasonal fruit such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries
200 gr Greek yogurt
200 ml whipped cream
Agave syrup to taste
Grater of 1 lemon
4 glasses or 1 large (weck) jar
Possibly a piping bag
Put the whipped cream in a bowl and add a little agave syrup to taste. Beat this with a mixer until stiff. Cut the macarons into quarters. Place a layer of Greek yogurt at the bottom of each glass. Spread a few pieces of macaron over it. Spoon some of the Lemoncello dessert on top.
Then make a layer with the fruit and a layer of whipped cream on top. You can scoop these in with a spoon or spray with a piping bag. Repeat all this one more time and finish with half a macaron on top of the dessert. Grate some lemon zest over it with a fine grater and make sure you don’t grate the white part underneath.
Give this recipe your own twist and vary with fruit, colors and flavors in your trifle. You can keep the trifle in the fridge for up to 2 days.
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