4thth July is a great patriotic holiday and we will all celebrate it. Are you going to invite some friends and family over to your house? Then you have to serve patriotic food, drinks, and desserts, and I’m here to help – I have a whole bunch of do-it-yourself Independence Day dessert recipes to inspire you! Are you ready to spoil your family with these goodies?
It’s easy to beautify your dessert table with this red, white, and blue fruit cake recipe. This simple recipe cannot be baked and only takes a few minutes. You will fall in love with the flavor combination of fresh fruit, cheesecake filling and graham cracker crust. The festive colors make it perfect for holidays like July 4th and Memorial Day.
Not only is this adorable cake beautiful, the combination of flavors was wonderful! With the chocolate crust, creamy filling, and flavorful fresh fruit, it was perfect and refreshing for our July 4th celebration!
The filling was a combination of fresh mixed berries that were naturally sweetened with orange juice and honey / maple syrup. Since fresh berries don’t always get hot enough to pop in the oven, the filling sometimes doesn’t get juicy enough for my taste. For this reason, the author made a thick berry filling by boiling some of the berries on the stove with a little starch before mixing in the rest of the fresh whole berries. This ensures that the final filling will be nice and thick, yet still contain bites of whole berries.
Angel Food Cake with a simple no-bake cheesecake filling and fresh strawberries and blueberries – what could be better for Independence Day? This no-bake berry cheesecake snack is a perfect July 4th dessert!
While these stuffed berries look special, they couldn’t be easier to prepare. If you have 10 minutes, you’re in business. These strawberries are a wonderful combination of flavors and textures and a wonderful addition to any garden grill.
Frozen yogurt bites with red, white, and blue berry almonds are an easy and healthy cold for this July 4th. You can easily make a few dozen at a time. Once frozen, store them in a sealed plastic container in the freezer or in a large zippered bag. They go perfectly with something light and sweet on a hot day.
Layers of red velvet brownie, vanilla cheesecake, and fresh blueberries make up this festive patriotic dessert! These red velvet cheesecake bars are perfect for your July 4th party! It’s super moist, almost a cross between a cake and a brownie or a blondie.
You can prepare red, white and blue parfaits in advance or spread strawberry sauce, blueberries and vanilla ice cream and let your guests prepare their own dessert. These parfaits can be stored in a freezer. Just add a spoonful of strawberry sauce over it before serving.
Red, white, and blue cheesecake strawberries are perfect for July 4th or any summer potluck or picnic. They make a healthier dessert option and look so festive. They are also easy to manufacture. A simple cheesecake filling consists of cream cheese, sugar, whipped cream and a little almond extract makes for a fantastic taste.
This July 4th berry dessert pizza has to be high on your festive meal list! The combination of juicy, sweet berries and cream cheese glaze on a sugar cookie crust is absolutely delicious. They will definitely return for seconds, maybe even thirds!
A cornucopia is a symbol of abundance, which was extremely important to the early settlers, and while it can be said to be old-fashioned, it's making a big comeback for Thanksgiving decor. Such a piece is an original decoration or even a piece of food. So if you're interested, let's see how to style it.
A cornucopia is a perfect base for a centerpiece. Get a wicker and fill it with artificial (or real) pumpkins, gourds, leaves, flowers, fruits, etc. - the style and colors will suit your table setting. Moss, wheat, corn husks, corn, and figs are also good ideas for filling a cornucopia. A cornucopia can be turned into a door wreath with various leaves, fruits, vegetables and other items - it will look very eye-catching!
Edible cornucopia are a cool idea to showcase vegetables at your party. Bake a cornucopia and fill it with all the vegetables, fruits, and maybe cheese, and place some dips and sauces in bowls next to the cornucopia. If you have kids, serve dessert in ice cream cones that mimick cornucopia and fill them with candied fruits, nuts, and candy. Enjoy!