These 10 Fourth of July desserts that will satisfy any sweet tooth are easy to make and are going to make all of your party guests never want to leave! These treats will fill you up leaving more room for the alcohol related activities and will have the kids begging for more.
1. Fruit Tart Flag
There are several tasty treats you can make that are in the shape of a flag. This is one of the Fourth of July desserts that is going to make life easier for your guests. It looks beautiful when served, is easy to make, and even easier to eat! Everyone can grab a tart for themselves and bite into a delicious mini tart shell filled with cream and decorated with strawberries and blueberries to add that Fourth of July pizazz.
2. Red, White and Blueberry Trifle
This is one of the Fourth of July desserts that looks super classy, but is way easy to make! It will fill you up with the yummy layers of pound cake and give you the colors and taste you need with strawberries, blueberry sauce, and cream cheese. Your taste buds will be craving more and your stomach will be full!
3. Red, White and Blue Daiquiris
This confidence boosting drink will make you feel as beautiful as the drink is! The red white and blue drink will look good, taste good and feel good on this hot July day. The red, white and blue will add bits of festivity into your party guests hands and assure them a great time. All this patriotic drink needs is strawberries, blue Curacao liquor, and coconut rum.
4. Rice Crispy Treat Cheesecake Bars
These tasty Fourth of July Desserts will have both the kids and adults reaching to the counter to grab one! They are super simple to make and so patriotic to look at. The only trick is to make them a day before your party for the perfect amount of crunchy and creamy that all of your friends and family will enjoy!
5. Star Confetti Cookies
These delicious cookies taste and look good! They are easy to make and will satisfy every party guest. The only important necessity is a star cookie cutter. However, you can still create a patriotic Fourth of July treat without the cookie cutter. These simple sugar cookie are made patriotic by their red and blue star shaped sprinkles, so any one can have a go at them!
6. Patriotic Ice Pops
These ice pops are another one of the Fourth of July desserts that need to be made a day in advanced so plan accordingly! These are great because they can be made several ways. With ice cream, with fruit and juice, or you can even add alcohol to add a little fun into your iced treat! No matter what you do make sure it is red, white and blue!
7. Firework Sugar Cookie Cake
Instead of making your patriotic sugar cookie into a circle or a star you can make it into a cookie cake! All you have to do is take all that cookie dough and put it into a cake sheet and bake it and voila! Your patriotic treat that everyone can enjoy. You can even add some ice cream on top for even more Fourth of July desserts.
8. Root beer Float
Even though this is not the most patriotic of the Fourth of July Desserts, it is one of the classics. This simple mix of root beer and vanilla ice cream will get anyones sweet tooth screaming for more. If root beer is not your first choice of beverage, this can be made with any type of soda that you feel would mix well with the ice cream. This means if you were to find and blue or red soda you can make this dessert as patriotic as you want!
9. Firework cup cakes
Now you can have fireworks inside AND outside at your party. These cupcakes will guarantee your party is a blast! (pun intended) They are super simple to make because they are just like any other cupcake. All you need to do is make blue and red circles with icing on your cupcake and drag a toothpick through them to really give them the firework effect. Have these cupcakes on your table and your Fourth of July party will be the bomb!
10. Fruit Kabobs
This dessert is for our healthy people that want a treat, but don’t get down with cupcakes, cookies and other not so healthy choices. These kabobs are a great way to have a sweet treat that will leave you feeling refreshed. There are multiple ways this can be created. The base of strawberries and blueberries give you the red and blue, but the white can be done with marshmallows, pound cake or any white treat that will pull the kabob all together!