It should be soft and light enough to spread easily over the top of the trifle in a not-too-thick layer.
This list will also likely include petit fours, mini éclairs, trifle, and chocolate and lemon mousse.
Do you think that I am one to trifle with your heart, or to use it as a plaything for me to triumph by?
Then they were a short distance from the wreck and felt a trifle safer.
Charlotte, pull her foot just a trifle more, no—her toes should be up—so!
That is an average of a trifle over one mile and a third per year.
"But the signora is my mother," said Natalie, perhaps with a trifle of impatience.
But the Bailò listened to their importunate pleadings as if it were a trifle.
They do not let themselves be put out by such a trifle as that.
She was laughing, a trifle excited, as she turned to face him where he had risen.
early 13c., trufle "false or idle tale," later "matter of little importance" (late 13c.), from Old French trufle "mockery," diminutive of truffe "deception," of uncertain origin.
"treat lightly," 1520s, from trifle (n.). Related: Trifled; trifling.