Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Mini Key Lime Trifles






We had a lovely Easter and the best part was having Melissa, Megan and her boyfriend Adam here the whole weekend. We were able to spend a lot of time together; talking, laughing and catching up on life. There was a point in time, where I was finishing up the meal preparation in the kitchen and everyone else was sitting in the room next door, laughing at something and it just made me so happy to be cooking for my family and know we were about to sit down to lunch together. The empty nest life is fine, most of the time, but I do love when they come home.

These Mini Key Lime Trifles, that we enjoyed for dessert were so easy to make and the perfect light ending to a spring inspired meal.


Mini Key Lime Trifles

1 package cream cheese, softened (8 ounce)

1/3 cup sugar (I used Truvia equivilent)

1 container cool whip, thawed (8 ounce)

3 tablespoons key lime juice

1 cup graham cracker crumbs

1/4 cup butter, melted

Whipped topping

With a hand mixer, combine cream cheese, key lime juice and sugar in a large bowl until smooth. Mix in cool whip. Stir together graham crackers and melted butter. Place a heaping tablespoon of graham cracker mixture in bottom of small dish. Top with a generous amount of cream cheese mixture (about 2 T) then sprinkle more graham cracker mixture on top. Place in refrigerator at least 3 hours to chill. When ready to serve, top with whipped topping. Serves 8.

{Linking with these friends}

A Stroll Thru Life

Savvy Southern Style

The Charm of Home

Have A Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson

Serenity Now

Between Naps on the Porch

Cozy Little House

Craftberry Bush

Live Laugh Rowe

Skip To My Lou

Rooted in Thyme

DIY by Design

No Minimalist Here


Rattlebridge Farm

Gooseberry Patch

Sunny Simple Life



  1. Oh, that sounds delicious. And yes, could not have enjoyed having my kitchen full more this past Sunday!!

  2. Your dessert sound (and looks) wonderful!! I have dutifully copied the recipe!! Thanks! You daughters are so lovely, and Adam looks like a very nice young man. I loved reading about your family-filled Easter!

  3. I don't know what it is about Easter dinners, but I always serve a citrus dessert at the end. This key lime trifle looks so good!

  4. Loved seeing your girls and the beau . . .
    And the dessert looks and sounds YUM!

  5. Sweet pics of your loves! I will try that recipe:) YUM! Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

  6. I love having family come now and then too! Your kids are so cute and the Key Lime desserts sound delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe with SYC.

  7. These sound delicious! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!


Thanks for reading!
Comments are my favorite, so I can get to know you :-)

I always answer comments via email, but if your settings don't allow that, your reply will be here. (So come back to see my reply or check the box for follow up comments)

Michigan ➡️ Florida
family, books, gardening, palm trees, the beach, golf, up north, msu football, detroit tigers, walking with my dog, trying new recipes, musicals, BBC, martinis, yoga, lilly

Search This Blog

Follow on Bloglovin

about me (12) BBC (25) blog (34) books (171) christmas (90) cocktails (48) Diabetes (68) DIY (100) downsizing (22) empty nest (97) entertaining (67) faith (27) family (160) florida (125) florida house tour (12) food (291) friends (131) gardening (80) health and beauty (13) home (143) Let’s Cook Together (3) life (533) movies (11) my daughters (194) nana time (5) nature (50) pinterest (120) pinterest success (68) puppy (28) quarantine (18) reality tv (37) recipe redo (12) repurpose (2) sewing (4) shopping (23) sports (74) tv and movies (89) walking (50) wedding (26) yoga (14)


Designed by Munchkin Land Designs • Copyright 2012 • All Rights Reserved