I'm planning on making a gingerbread/pumpkin pudding/whipped cream trifle for Thanksgiving. Can I assemble it today or will it be all nasty and soggy by tomorrow?
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I wouldn't. Trifles get soggy after an hour or so, at best. Better to do as much advance prep as you can on the components, and assemble tomorrow. ;o)
I thought trifle was supposed to be soggy? I think it will be even better tomorrow
Thanks for the answers-I decided to assemble it today. I think if I do it a couple hours before we eat it will have the right amount of sogginess!
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