Heavy and spicy sunday meals make desserts mandatory , to cool off the spice. And beaing just back from grocery shopping at hypercity with family , my kitchen is loaded with goodies! In India, shopping is more of a family experience , an outing , rather than a boring routine or a compulsion , like in the western countries. Here we go out as a family to shop! Be it for clothes or grocery ( which was considered womens category , now no more!) We all like to consult each other before we buy anything. Mad rush at Big bazaars( 4 people pushing a single trolley) and other super markets , across the country , especially on weekends , just prove that right. ( yes ofcourse some may argue that Big bazaars are sasta) but hey , if you get a nice packed maal oops grocery , which is sasta and with a nice trolley and a/c experience , then why not? Why waste time standing at the local kiranaa store , where the customer is the most neglected person onboard! Anyways , back to our dessert, I decided to make a nice trifle today.And since I am quiet partial towards my chocolates and coffee , i tried pairing them together yet again. About trifle, well , its just a very fancy firang name for a simple layered dessert made with cake, custard and cream. Traditionally, a trifle is a dessert that is layered in a glass bowl, as to display each layer. The glass bowl is called a trifle bowl. I like desserts which are visually appealing. The decoration plays a very important role here but the ingredients used for the decorations should compliment the dessert. This recipe has got shades of Pannacotta (which is an Italian desert).