If you’re looking for the perfect 4th of July dessert recipe, look no further. This list of patriotic desserts is perfect for the 4th!
There’s a little something for everyone on this list, from cake to cookies to pie and more. Just don’t forget the red, white, and blue sprinkles!
4th of July desserts are fun to serve at any party and will make celebrating America a little more sweet. Fireworks cookies, cake, and bars can be served with layer cake, bundt cake, and ice cream sandwiches! Kids and adults will feel the patriotism when they see your 4th of July dessert table.
Fireworks Layer Cake is a showstopper, with red velvet and confetti cake and tons of sprinkles.
Fireworks Bundt Cake starts with a cake mix so makes it easy!
Fireworks Sugar Cookie Cake is a fun cookie cake for a holiday!
Fireworks Pudding Cookies combine my favorite pudding cookie recipe with 4th of July!
Fireworks Cupcakes are full of sprinkles!
This Flag Cake has sprinkles and is topped with fruit to look like a flag!
Fireworks Blondies are my favorite blondie recipe mixed with sprinkles!
A fun way to decorate cupcakes for the holiday: Red White and Blue Cupcake Tops!
Our favorite cookies of all time are these Patriotic Swirl Cookies!
This Berry Trifle is NO BAKE!
The peanut butter dip is the best when it’s Flag Dip!
Red Velvet Fruit Pizza is fun decorated with red and blue berries!
Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bark is good all year but fun to dress up with 4th of July sprinkles!
What cake roll is better for the 4th of July than a Patriotic Cake Roll?
Apple Cobbler is a must for the 4th of July!
Watching your weight? Make Skinny Ice Cream Sandwiches!
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Published on: June 15, 2018