Mulled Wine Trifle


Prep time
40 mins
Cooking time
6 hours chill
Serves 8
1 jar Magical Mulled Wine Jam
2 oranges, peeled and sliced in halves
420g sponge swiss roll
480ml custard
360ml double cream, whipped to soft peaks
500ml mulled wine (ready-made or using recipe below)
135g pack raspberry jelly
Ground cinnamon, to serve
500ml red wine
2 bay leaves
1 star anise
1 orange, thinly sliced
8 cloves, whole
2 tbsp sugar
2 cinnamon sticks
1 packet raspberry jelly

Cooking Method

  1. Method for mulled wine jelly: (Optional – make your own using the recipe below or buy bottle mulled wine)

  2. Combine all ingredients (not including raspberry jelly) in saucepan and heat gently. Do not boil. Hold at gentle simmer for at least 10 minutes.

  3. Remove from heat and strain the liquid.

  4. Return liquid to pan and dissolve in jelly cubes (if jelly cubes do not dissolve, put some gentle heat underneath). If using bottled mulled wine, heat according to bottle instructions before dissolving in the jelly cubes.

  5. To assemble the trifle:

  6. Make your mulled wine jelly in advance, using recipes and methods stated above. Pour jelly mixture  into a small rectangle or square baking tin, so it’s roughly 1 inch high. Leave it in the fridge to set.

  7. To assemble, line the bottom of a trifle bowl with half of your cake slices. Press slices half way up along the sides of the bowl.

  8. Arrange halved orange slices around side of bowl.

  9. Arrange half of the jelly squares over the cake mixture.

  10. Pour over half of the custard.

  11. Spoon over half of the Magical Mulled Wine Jam evenly.

  12. Repeat steps 2 to 5.

  13. Cover the top with plastic wrap and leave in the fridge for at least 4-6 hours or even better, overnight.

  14. When you’re ready to serve, add whipped cream and use dehydrated orange slices to decorate before dusting with cinnamon.

No products in the basket.

Subtotal: £0.00

View cart Checkout