13 Fun Red, White And Blue Dessert Recipes For Fourth Of July

What are your usual 4th of July traditions? In most cases, it will be a backyard party with beers, fireworks, and friendly companies. But either way, a fourth of July celebration must have the perfect snacks and treats to keep the party going! And, because it’s summer, some refreshing and fun red, white, and blue desserts will be the perfect party treats. With that in mind, here are 13 fun red, white, and blue dessert recipes perfect for the fourth of July! 

13. Blueberry-Strawberry Shortcake

Whether you need a red, white and blue dessert for the 4th of July or just a light and refreshing sweet treat for a casual summer party, you can’t go wrong with these very berry shortcake.

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12.  4th of July Poke Cake With Fresh Strawberry Filling

Make it a festive, delicious summer celebration with this 4th of July poke cake! Featuring a sweet, fresh strawberry filling and homemade sponge cake, this patriotic poke cake puts a gourmet spin on this favorite party dessert. It’s one guaranteed crowd-pleasing summer cake.

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11. Red White and Blueberry Berry Trifle

Let’s kick off Summer with this festive Berry Trifle featuring layers of fluffy pound cake, sweet vanilla pudding, and homemade whipped cream, with juicy strawberries and blueberries.

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10.  4th of July Sour Cream Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

These patriotic sour cream sugar cookies are perfect for the 4th of July! The cream cheese frosting is easily dyed red, white, and blue, and the dough is perfect for cookie cutters!

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9. Red, White and Blue Funfetti Dip

Celebrate the stars and stripes with this patriotic Red, White and Blue Funfetti Dip (also known as Dunkaroo Dip.) Cake batter never tasted so good! Only 5 ingredients and about 5 minutes to whip this delicious kid friendly treat that everyone will LOVE to dip their graham crackers, vanilla wafers, pretzels and so much more into!

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8. Red, White, and Blue Jello with Cream

Looking for an easy Patriotic dessert? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. These red, white, and blue Jello cups are super easy to make and will please kids and adults.

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7. Angel Food Cake Dessert Cups (No Bake)

Whip up these angel food cake dessert cups layered with berries and homemade whipped cream in under 20 minutes. This is an easy individual portioned dessert that requires minimal effort and no baking!

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6. July 4th Patriotic Popsicles

The Fourth of July is not only a time to celebrate America’s independence, but it’s also a time to enjoy some good old-fashioned fun.

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5. Strawberry Shortcake

This recipe is perfect for summer parties, barbecues, or when you want to use up some fresh berries. This has become my daughter’s favorite summer dessert!

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4. Instant Pot Patriotic Cheesecake

The Fourth of July is almost here, and that means it’s time to start planning your Independence Day celebrations! This year, why not try something new and make a patriotic cheesecake in your Instant Pot?

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3. Summer Berry Trifle Recipe

This Summer Berry Trifle recipe is light, refreshing, and will taste amazing on a hot summer day. If you are looking for a no-bake dessert for your summer parties, then this is the recipe for you.

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2. Patriotic Red, White and Blue Ice Cream Sandwiches

Get ready for the EASIEST no bake red, white and blue dessert ever. This crazy simple Patriotic Red, White and Blue Ice Cream Sandwich requires only 2 ingredients, zero cook time and less than 5 minutes of prep time. Patriotic Ice Cream Sandwiches are the perfect no bake treat for July 4th and Memorial Day!

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1.  4th of July Red White and Blue Cookies

These fun colored red white and blue cookies are perfect for your holiday plans. Bright and colorful while so easy to make, you’re sure to love these 4th of July cookies!

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