Irish Trifle

Irish TrifleTrifles are a fun and easy dessert that anyone can make. This Irish Trifle uses the different flavors of Ireland, layered into pint glasses, creating a unique and delicious make a head dessert.

To make this trifle, you’ll first need to make a Chocolate Irish Stout Cake, Irish Whiskey Smoked Salt Caramel SauceIrish Cream Pastry Cream and Irish Stout Soaked Currants.  The results of these different recipes add complexity with their different textures, making the final trifle, unique, decadent and a request for any Irish celebration!

 

Adapted from BeerAdvocate Magazine: Cuisine à la Bière| Mar 2014 | Issue #86

Irish Trifle
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Layers of Chocolate Irish Stout Cake crumbles, with Irish Whiskey Smoked Salt Caramel Sauce, Bailey's Irish Cream Mousse and Irish Stout Soaked Currants combine to make an Irish Trifle.
Servings Prep Time
6 - 10 servings 2 hour
Passive Time
1 hour
Servings Prep Time
6 - 10 servings 2 hour
Passive Time
1 hour
Irish Trifle
Irish Trifle
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Rating: 0
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Print Recipe
Layers of Chocolate Irish Stout Cake crumbles, with Irish Whiskey Smoked Salt Caramel Sauce, Bailey's Irish Cream Mousse and Irish Stout Soaked Currants combine to make an Irish Trifle.
Servings Prep Time
6 - 10 servings 2 hour
Passive Time
1 hour
Servings Prep Time
6 - 10 servings 2 hour
Passive Time
1 hour
Ingredients
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Instructions
  • Crumble the Chocolate Irish Stout Cake into bite-size pieces, into a large bowl. Depending on how many you plan on serving, have ready 6 – 10 pint or half-pint glasses. Place 1/4 cup of the cake crumbles in each glass.
  • Drizzle some of the Irish Whiskey-Smoked Caramel Sauce over the cake crumbles and then spoon a few scoops of the Irish Cream Mousse on top. Sprinkle a few of the Irish Stout Soaked Currants and a half-teaspoon of any of the leftover Stout.
  • Repeat with all the glasses, creating 3 layers in each glass. Wrap with plastic wrap if not serving right away. These can be made 24 hours in advance (refrigerated) and get better with time, as all of the flavors fuse together.
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Recipe Notes

Using the same recipes as above, this Irish Trifle can become an Irish Layered Cake:

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Other Beer Trifle Recipes:

Flemish Inspired Trifle
Irish Trifle
Irish Trifle

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