Sandy - why don't you make Trifle? It's my favorite dessert. The catch is - you have to mix and match your flavors to make something unique. So far I have made our family traditional (raspberry gelatin with strawberries, vanilla pudding and bananas), a chocolate cherry version, and one I call "Sunshine Trifle" with lemon pudding, orange gelatin, mandarin oranges, and coconut and pineapple in the whipped cream. So you have to pick a gelatin flavor and a fruit to go with it, and a pudding flavor with a fruit that may or may not go with it. Feel free to add a garnish!
Trifle - an ooey, gooey, layered dessert
Angel Food Cake
Cut the fruit into bite-sized pieces (or wash the fruit and leave it whole in the case of berries). Tear the angel food cake into bite-sized pieces and mix with fruit in a bowl or in individual serving dishes. Prepare the gelatin and pour it over the cake/fruit mixture. Chill until set.
Fruit or other addition (optional)
After gelatin layer is set, prepare the pudding. Mix with fruit if desired. Spread on top of gelatin layer. Let pudding set.
Slices or pieces of fruit from initial layer as garnish or other additions (optional)
Prepare whipped cream according to personal preference. Spread on top of gelatin layer. Garnish as desired. All three layers should be in relatively equal proportions.
Serve and watch everyone's enjoyment with great pleasure!