Layers of beetroot halwa (pudding) and whipped yogurt cream in this beetroot halwa trifle create a fun and festive twist to the traditional Indian sweet.
I had this trifle idea on my mind for a very long time. Honestly, I was waiting for the festive season to arrive so I can make it again and share with you.
Don’t you love it when you can turn one fabulous dessert into another showstopper? That’s exactly what happened with this beetroot trifle recipe.
I made beetroot halwa last week thinking about making this trifle from leftovers. But the halwa itself was so delicious there were hardly anything left. So I had to change my plan and make it again this week.
As we are in the midst of the festive season, I think this will make a fabulous addition to your dessert menu. I love the way how the whipped cream takes this dessert from wow to double wow.
I’ve used a very basic recipe for whipped cream. But the one and only ingredient that has made it so special is yogurt. If you’ve never tried whipped yogurt before, you should definitely do it as soon as possible. It’s absolutely divine! And simply amazing!
Indulge yourself in this gorgeous beetroot halwa trifle! You’re going to love it!
When the halwa is ready, chill it in the refrigerator.
Next, make the whipped yogurt cream. It’s super easy. Beat cream, sugar and vanilla until it’s fluffy and start to thicken. Then add in yogurt and beat again for another 1-2 minutes. Be careful not to overwhip the cream.
Now all you need to do is arrange the halwa and cream in layers in serving glasses. Top with some chopped nuts. Enjoy!
More Indian sweets:
- Bread Gulab Jamun
- 2 Ingredient Rava Gulab Jamun
- Boondi Ladoo
- Mysore Pak (Chickpea Fudge)
- Beetroot Halwa
- Coconut Ladoo
- Layered Coconut Burfi
- Chocolate Stuffed Coconut Ladoo
- Rabri Ice Cream
- Coconut Burfi Ice Cream
- Moong Dal Ladoo