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We recently bought a boxed cake mix for red and blue velvet cake. I made a buttercream frosting for the filling, sides, and shell border. I topped it with stabilized whipped cream. Then covered it in sliced strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. It was the perfect balance of sweet and it was amazing!
The blue and red in the frosting on the sides was actually an accident when I was doing the crumb coat, but I liked it so I left it. :)
We are invited to lots of July 4th picnics and want to bring along something with that theme.
You will have a simple but delicious red, white, and blue dessert for the 4th party in seconds!
Simple but very loved and isn't that what's best of all?
An easy dessert for Independence day and it looks great too! Beat cream cheese in large bowl with mixer until creamy. Gradually beat in milk and dry pudding mixes. Gently stir in 2 cups of whipped topping.
This old fashioned bread pudding is a tradition by my grandmother, then mother, and now me for serving at the 4th of July cook-out we have every year for family and close friends. Enjoy!
On the 4th, a friend brought over this Apple Pie, hot from the oven. How special for us. We had no plans for the 4th holiday as everyone was here for Memorial Day.
It's easy to make a flag pattern with stars and stripes of dough when making a berry pie. This cute design makes it perfect for Independence Day.
This is a page about 4th of July strawberries. Decorate fresh strawberries with a Fourth of July color scheme for your holiday party or family meal.
This is a page about making Jello firecrackers. These festive tiny desserts will be a big hit at your 4th of July party. They can be made for children or in an adults only version.
This is a page about red, white, and blue bundt cake recipe. This patriotic cake is perfect for a 4th of July birthday or for a picnic or party for the holiday.
This is a page about 4th of July ice cream sandwiches. Turn ordinary ice cream sandwiches into a treat decorated for the Fourth.