Whether you opt to whip up a patriotic ice cream sandwich for a sweet cool down or go all out with a dazzling display of a blueberry-filled flag pie, these red, white, and blue desserts have you covered.
Want a pretty and patriotic dessert that doubles as a breakfast treat? Serve these strawberries and cream baked donuts from A Classic Twist with a dollop of whipped cream and a handful of blueberries.
Looking for the ultimate red, white, and blue dessert that’s as easy to make as it is to spoon into your mouth? Simply pile the ingredients for Brown Sugar Food Blog’s mixed berry trifle in a pretty dish and watch everyone swoon over your creation this 4th of July.
This candy bark recipe from DIY Candy in all of its red, white, and blue glory is perfect for 4th of July. It’s so easy to make that your kids could do it on their own. Plus, it looks incredibly pretty when you swirl different colors together.
Another gluten-free option that fits the red, white, and blue dessert mold is Jessica in the Kitchen’s recipe for strawberry and blueberry cheesecake. Make it whole or try the bite-sized version.
Is there anything more worthy of sharing during 4th of July than a batch of red velvet cupcakes? This recipe from Simply LaKita has a rich cocoa flavor and each cupcake is topped with a swirl of cream cheese frosting and a dash of blue sprinkles.
If you want a 4th of July dessert that looks unassuming on the outside, but will absolutely wow a crowd once you cut into it, this red, white, and blue marble layer cake from Baked by Rachel is simply stunning.
This red, white, and blue cookie recipe from Bake Love Give is a fun and easy treat to make with your kids this summer. You can also swap the colors of M&Ms to make a batch to go with different holiday color schemes, too.
This refreshing watermelon blueberry fruit salad from Foodie Crush is a red, white, and blue dessert dream come true. Despite the inclusion of some feta, the honey-lime dressing and fresh fruit keep this dish sweet.
This yummy fruit tart recipe from The Simple Sweet Life can be made with store-bought pie crust, so it’s as simple as it is stunningly beautiful. Plus, ripe strawberries and blueberries give it a gorgeous red, white, and blue look to impress everyone this 4th of July.
One easy way to please a crowd with a red, white, and blue dessert is to whip up a batch of Five Heart Home’s white chocolate cheesecake fruit dip and serve it with handfuls of ripe strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries.