The Daily Meal’s Culinary Content Network shares their best red-white-and-blue recipes.
These delicious ice pops won’t last long, so you had better make a double batch! Made with fresh berries and creamy coconut milk, they’ve got the perfect balance of flavor. Click here for the recipe.
There are few combinations as delicious as fresh berries and whipped cream. Why not pair them together in a new way by making a festive fruit tart? Just roll and bake your tart shell, fill it with whipped cream, and then top with summer berries. Click here for the recipe.
Feel like a kid again with these patriotic layered Jell-O cups! If you’re having an adult-only Fourth of July bash, try adding a splash of vodka to the mix. Click here for the recipe.
Kids and grown-ups alike will love these individual dessert pizzas. Bake sugar cookie dough to make the crust and then top the rectangles with a layer of sweetened cream cheese and fresh berries so that they resemble American flags. Click here for the recipe.
Here’s a surprise: this cheesecake doesn’t actually have any cream cheese in it. And here’s another surprise — it’s delicious! Navy beans give this creamy dessert a smooth, silky texture. Click here for the recipe.
It’s tough to beat a good whoopie pie — soft and cakey on the outside, deliciously sweet and creamy on the inside. This version is perfect for the Fourth of July; the cream is sandwiched between one red cookie and one blue cookie. Click here for the recipe.
Did someone say pretzel crust? We love this sweet and salty combination. The crispy pretzel cups are filled with a no-bake cheesecake filling and then topped with ripe, juicy strawberries and blueberries. Click here for the recipe.
This rich and creamy fruit tart uses just three simple ingredients to make its decadent filling: heavy cream, white chocolate chips, and cream cheese. When the filling is set, it’s topped with berries and then brushed with a glaze to give it a glossy, professional finish. Click here for the recipe.
This beautiful and easy-to-make tartufo is as simple as layering vanilla ice cream and red sorbet in a loaf pan. Where does the blue come from, you ask? Blue maraschino cherries! Click here for the recipe.
This may look like an ordinary cake on the outside, but slice into it and you’ll find a pretty red-and-blue tie-dyed pattern. The secret? After the cake is cooked, poke holes into it with a skewer and then pour colorful liquid Jell-O over the top. Click here for the recipe.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the tastiest — like this fresh berry sundae. If you need a patriotic dessert in a pinch, just cook a few blueberries in a pot to create a quick, chunky sauce. Then, serve the cooled sauce over vanilla ice cream and top with strawberries or raspberries. Click here for the recipe.
Have you ever wanted to make a pie with crust cut-outs? Here’s your chance! This easy-to-follow recipe will walk you through the process, complete with white frosting on a few of the stars to complete the patriotic theme. Click here for the recipe.
Is it just us, or do the fresh berries exploding from this cake make you want to dig in? Added bonus: The cake is flavored with almond, giving a nice buttery contrast to the sweet and tart flavors in the berries. Click here for the recipe.
Can’t decide whether you’d like to have cake or ice cream? Why not both? This recipe sandwiches cool, creamy vanilla ice cream in between a layer of red cake and a layer of blue cake for the perfect patriotic treat. Click here for the recipe.
Swirl red, white, and blue cake batters together in a muffin cup to make the perfect Independence Day treats. Then, top the festive cakes with vanilla frosting and colorful star sprinkles. Click here for the recipe.