July 4th Celebration Desserts

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

I hope you have enjoyed all our recipe recaps for your July 4th celebrations.
Today we end our FUN with the best part of the meal...Desserts.


First off, we have my Fruit Tart that is so easy.
You can add more strawberries and blueberries to really make it patriotic...


Peach Crunch Cake is the BEST Summer Dessert.
You can always add a few sliced strawberries to the top of the whipped cream
to make it look more patriotic...


If you need a Sugar Free option, these Peanut Butter Cookies
are really delicious.  You will NOT miss the sugar...



I have never heard of Bumbleberry Pie, but it looks amazing.
Thank you Turnips 2 Tangerines...


These Berry Trifles from Marlys over at This and That look so delicious...


Homemade Ice Cream is always a treat and Sarah from
The Chef Next Door has a delicious recipe for Roasted Strawberry Ice Cream...




How about some Red, White and Blue Trifle from Spatulas on Parade...



These Fruit Kabobs from My Turn for Us look like so much fun!
I've done this before with a mixture of fruit for kid's parties, but
I love this theme...


These Mini Trifles from Christina's Cucina look delicious and so easy...


Patriotic Cut Glass Cake from Michelle at From Calculus to Cupcakes...


Raspberry Bites from In the Kitchen with Jenny look AMAZING...


Patriotic Gelatin and Fruit Fluff from Granny's Southern Cooking
looks light and delicious...


These Rainbow Cookies would look really patriotic just by changing
the colors of the layers...


You really can't go wrong with a bowl of watermelon cut into STAR shapes...

(Photo Credit:  www.tonyastaab.com)

And just because it's MY favorite, Chocolate Cheesecake,
 delicious for ANY holiday...


In case you missed our other posts, HERE are the Side Dishes...


And HERE are the Main Recipes...



3 comments :

  1. Thanks for showcasing my dessert!

    Debra
    Granny's Down Home Sassy Southern Cooking

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  2. Great Holiday Round-Up of recipes. Thanks so much for including one of my recipes.

    Happy and Safe Holiday!
    Joanne/WineLady Cooks

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  3. Dear Lois, You have put together a beautiful and delicious holiday round-up! I hope you and your family had a blessed and safe 4th of July. Blessings my dear, your friend, Catherine xo

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