Chocolate Banana Inipit Trifle

Chocolate Banana Inipit Trifle

Chocolate Banana Inipit Trifle

Lemon Square Inipit is one of Ykaie’s favorite school baon and afternoon snack. That is why this is one of those must-buys whenever we are at the grocery. She loves how soft, yummy, and fluffy the cakes are and she loves how creamy the spread is in the middle.

But did you know that there are other ways to eat Inipit? Yup, you heard me, I’m sure you’ve already seen the photo above. Yes, that trifle is made with Chocolate Inipit! There really is #NoLimitwithInipit because you can actually do a lot of yummy desserts using this fun and exciting cake.

Lemon Square Inipit

What is Inipit, anyway?  Here’s a little product info.

Well, the term Inipit literally means “pressed”. According to Filipino history, Inipit is simply a flat pastry made of flour, milk, lard, and some sugar.

It originated in Malolos, Bulacan with Euro Bake. In 1996, the owners were inspired to make their own and eventually commercialized the product around 2003. Lemon Square blew up the idea and put the product in the map. It became one of the hottest products in both the company and in the market.

Lemon Square Inipit is very unique. The product is very light but satisfying. It comes in six unique flavors (Custard, Ube Pastillas, Pandan, Queso, Chocolate, and Lemon) and all are individually wrapped. The two layers of sponge cake are soft and delicious while the filling is rich and creamy. It is made only with the freshest ingredients, every bite of Inipit guarantees always real goodness. Each product is 22g.

Chocolate Banana Inipit Trifle

The dessert I made today with Ykaie’s favorite Inipit flavor is very easy to do. It is one of those desserts she can actually do herself. This is why ang Sarap maging kid with Inipit, because there’s No Limit with what you can do with it as long as you have creativity and imagination.

The ingredients that we need for the trifle are:

  • Lemon Square Inipit Chocolate
  • Vanilla Pudding (you can buy ready-made or make one yourself)
  • Banana slices
  • You may choose to add Nutella or chocolate sauce

The first step is to cut the Chocolate Inipit into small cubes.

Next layer them in a glass alternately until you get to the brim. It’s Chocolate Inipit cubes-Vanilla Pudding-Banana slices layers.

When you get to the brim with the last vanilla pudding layer, garnish with Chocolate Inipit crumbs and Banana Slices. Chill before serving.

I’m sure everyone who will try this will be so impressed. Try this and make it with your child at home, it will be a great bonding activity. I’m sure you will have lots of fun trying out new desserts too!


Chocolate Banana Inipit Trifle

  • Author: Peachy Adarne


  • 4 pieces Lemon Square Inipit Chocolate Flavor, cut into small cubes
  • 1 cup vanilla pudding
  • 2 large bananas
  • nutella or chocolate sauce (optional)


  1. Layer the Lemon Square Inipit Chocolate pieces, vanilla pudding and banana slices alternately in a glass.
  2. Make sure the last layer near the brim is the vanilla pudding.
  3. Garnish with crumbled Chocolate Inipit and a few banana slices.
  4. You may choose to drizzle it with nutella or not.
  5. Chill before serving .

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NO Limit with INIPIT Dessert-Making Contest

Get a chance to win a baking set worth ₱5,000 each and Lemon Square products! Just create an exciting dessert using fun, exciting, soft yummy fluffy cakes with yummy spread in the middle Lemon Square Inipit. Then share it in your blog or on your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts!

The contest is open to bloggers and active social media users! It starts today, May 8, and ends on May 29, 2015. There will be 15 total winners. See the full contest mechanics below.


1. Create a dessert using Lemon Square’s soft, yummy, and fluffy Inipit cakes.
2. Document how you created the dessert through photos or video.
3. Share the dessert recipe on your blog.
4. Include the message and hashtag below in your blog post:
“Sarap maging kid with Inipit”  Hashtag: #NoLimitWithInipit
5. Fill out the gravity form AT

Five (5) winners will win a baking set worth ₱5,000 each and Lemon Square products!

Entries will be judged based on the following criteria:
50% – Uniqueness of Recipe
40% – Dessert Presentation
10% – Blog Post Story


1. Create a dessert using Lemon Square’s soft, yummy, and fluffy Inipit cakes.
2. Take a photo of your finished product.
3. Share the photo on your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts.
4. Describe your dessert in the caption, and include the hashtag, #NoLimitWithInipit.
5. Remember to make your accounts public!
5. Fill out the gravity form AT


Ten (10) winners will win Baking Tools worth ₱2,000 each and Lemon Square products!

Entries will be judged based on the following criteria:
50% – Dessert Presentation
40% – Photo Quality
10% – Caption

Good Luck! Have fun making Inipit desserts!

I’m sure all of you has already thought of your own Inipit dessert! Unleash your creativity, have fun with your kid(s), and win yourself ₱5,000 worth of baking set and Lemon Square products!

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115 Responses

  1. That looks divine. Sadly, I can’t digest bananas, so can’t eat them….which makes me sad because I love them.

  2. I’ve never heard of inipit, I wonder if I may be able to get it at our fil-am market? It looks delicious and I would love to make this recipe!

  3. I’ve never heard of Inipit! It looks delicious though. The trifle looks like fun to make with a child!

  4. Looks delicious! Making a trifle like this is something my kids could do on their own, and I always love giving them opportunities to do that!

  5. Wow, Inipit looks absolutely delicious just on its own, but your trifle looks amazing! I love trying new foods from other countries – I always leave room in my suitcase to pick up snacks when I am traveling!

  6. I don’t know if they have Inipit near me, but I’m going to look for it. This looks so delicious! I love the combo of chocolate and banana!

  7. Looks good! And super easy to make. Maganda din sa presentation – I bet – kung sa mason jar nakalagay. Hihi. Thank you for sharing your recipe. 🙂

  8. I must admit that I have never had a trifle, but this looks amazing. I have a sweet tooth and all of those ingredients look decadent and easy to put together. Thanks for sharing.

  9. These Inipit snacks sound really delicious for sure. I love the idea of making a Chocolate Banana Inipit Triffle and will have to get some of these snacks. Thanks so much for sharing,

  10. Looks delicious! My daughters like Inipit. During school days, I always include a pack of Inipit because they want to bring one as snack.

  11. Wow! Awesome creation indeed! For sure many will find this interesting. I might try this soon!

  12. Cool contest. Everyone can use Inipit as the main ingredient and it’s so easy to find. Love this new version of those cakes.

  13. Love how easy it is to make. I have to find Inipit first and then make this delicious treat. So good! Thanks for sharing Sis

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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