This Strawberry Shortcake Trifle is easy to throw together and it’s always one of the first desserts to disappear at the party!
Happy Birthday, Savannah Grace
At about 11 pm as we were sitting in the restaurant with a group of friend from college, my phone rang. I answered and began squealing with delight as Rachael’s mother in law told me that Savannah was here. Being that is was already past 11pm and all new mothers need their sleep I didn’t rush up there. But I did share the news with my girlfriends at the table and before you know it half of the bar/restaurant was cheering along with me.
And yes…… I’m almost positive that 50% of them had no idea why they were jumping and cheering along with me. But little Savannah was welcomed into the world with tons and tons of cheers and celebration!!
I love this little girl with my whole heart. She is amazing and she is so super smart. She started school this year. I am so proud of her.
The weekend before last, we celebrated her 4th birthday (even though today is her birthday). She gets to pick out her birthday theme every year and this year she picked “Strawberry Shortcake”. They had her party at their house this year, it was a huge and wonderful party. Their backyard was full of things for her and the kids to get into, included a pool, a waterslide/bounce house, her giant playground swingset and a trampoline.
Cookout food galore and cupcakes for the birthday girl….oh and of course I brought something ;) What else but Strawberry Shortcake! Well… a Strawberry ShortCake Trifle in a clear trifle dish. There isn’t really much to it. A Strawberry ShortCake Trifle isn’t much work at all, you just have to take the time to put it together. But let me tell you, it was certainly loved by everyone there. People were scraping the bowl for the last bit of it. Next time I’ll have to remember to make two… or three.