The Best Red White and Blue Desserts
One of the best things about 4th of July is all of the red white and blue food! And this collection of the best red white and blue desserts is perfect for any patriotic holiday – 4th of July, Memorial Day, or even Labor Day!
Red White and Blue Desserts
With 4th of July right around the corner, I though it’d be fun to share a couple of recipes for some delicious red, white, and blue desserts as well as a collection of other desserts from my favorite food bloggers! These would go perfect with these 4th of July party ideas !
Because what’s better about 4th of July than all sorts of red, white, and blue food?
You could eat red, white, and blue food all day long – starting with this very berry smoothie bowl!
Red White and Blue Popsicle Recipe
Okay so these aren’t your traditional popsicles. If you’re looking for more traditional popsicles, I recommend these blue lemonade popsicles instead!
These are pudding popsicles – made from different colors of pudding. They’re creamy, refreshing, and delicious!
All you need is:
- Strawberry pudding
- Vanilla pudding
- Blue food coloring
- Dixie cups
- Popsicle sticks
They’re super simple to make and the kids loved them!
1 – Make your pudding, keeping all three colors separate.
2 – Spoon a layer of each color pudding into a small dixie cup (I used 5 ounce cups).
3 – Add a popsicle stick or ice cream spoon to the top of the pudding cup and freeze. I like to put the cups in muffin tins to freeze so they don’t move around as much.
4 – Once they are frozen solid, tear the cups off of the pudding pops and enjoy.
Red White and Blue Star Pops
Another fun treat to make is these star cookie sandwich pops.
One of my favorite things ever is a good ice cream sandwich, but they tend to melt quickly and make a mess. These pudding cookie sandwiches are perfect because the pudding doesn’t melt nearly as fast, and it still gives you that cold creamy flavor.
And I turned them into pops using striped straws because kids love anything on a stick. You could make them just cookie sandwiches but stars on striped straws remind me of fireworks, so do that.
All you need for these pudding pops is:
- Vanilla pudding
- Sugar cookies (use your favorite recipe)
- Striped straws
- Parchment paper
These star pudding pops are really easy to make.
1 – Make your favorite sugar cookies and use food coloring to dye half the dough red and half the dough blue.
2 – Cut the cookies into star shapes (not too big or they’ll fall off the sticks) and bake according to the recipe instructions.
3 – Once the cookies are cooled, put a dollop of white vanilla pudding on the back of one of the cookies, put a straw into the pudding, and put another cookie on top and press lightly.
4 – Put onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and put in the freezer for a few hours to allow the pudding to freeze.
5- Serve frozen right from the freezer.
More Red White and Blue Desserts
A 4th of July party isn’t complete with just two desserts so if you need more ideas, here are some of my favorite 4th of July desserts!
These red white and blue mini cheesecakes from Play Party Plan are the perfect bite-sized dessert!
Add some fruit to an ice cream cake using this tutorial for a delicious American flag cake !
These patriotic Oreo Pops from Happiness is Homemade are alway a huge hit with kids!
This Summer Berry Dessert from Today’s Creative Life looks good enough to eat every day!
These Patriotic Cupcakes from Craft Create Cook are simpler to make than they look!
Turn a classic into a patriotic version with these Patriotic Cake Mix Cookies from Tastes of Lizzy T.
This Patriotic Bark Recipe from What the Fork might be the easiest red white and blue dessert on this list!
Make these Fourth of July Lollipops from Daily Dish Recipes with a classic candy favorite!
Candy melts + sprinkles make these Patriotic Pretzels from Simply Being Mommy a delicious red white and blue dessert!
As if peanut butter wasn’t enough, this Red, White, and Blue Peanut Butter Ice Cream from Big Bears Wife also includes M&Ms and ice cream. Total winner!
If you need something for breakfast, this Berry Berry Cinnamon Swirl Bread from Trial and Eater would be perfect!
Forget strawberry shortcake and replace it with this Mixed Berry Shortcake from Growing Up Gabel for July 4th!
Can you call yourself an American if you don’t like chocolate covered strawberries? Yeah, you can, but I still think everyone will love these Patriotic Chocolate Covered Strawberries from Thrifty Northwest Mom. Pretty sure I’d take these as the treasure at the end of a 4th of July scavenger hunt !
You could this Red, White, and Blue Jello recipe to make any shapes you want!
Forget a regular fruit pizza, I want one of these Star Spangled Brownie Pizzas from The Farmgirl Gabs.
This 4th of July Smores Pie combines two American classics – s’mores and pie in one red white and blue dish!
Want something a bit healthier? These Watermelon Ice Pops from Eating Richly are both dessert and a feel good treat!
These Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits from Our Table For Seven had me at red velvet.
Part treat part snack, this red white and blue trail mix is a great option for someone who wants salty and sweet!
Okay fine, I’ll take a that brownie pizza above and these Mini Fruit Pizzas from Half Scratched.
These Red, White, and Blue Popsicles from The Little Kitchen remind me of the store-bought firecrackers ones, but they taste way better! These would be a great refreshing treat after playing these 4th of July party games !
Mix all the delicious red white and blue things together and you’ll have this Patriotic Party Mix from The Baker Mama.
I’m a big fan of anything with rice krispy treats, and I know these Rice Krispy Treat Sparklers from 5 Minutes For Mom would be a huge hit at my house! And since these are technically firework kabobs, they’d be perfect for crossing off one of the items on this red white and blue scavenger hunt !
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