4th of July Dessert
Whether you're planning a noon backyard bash or a pre-fireworks party, our Fourth of July desserts will make your event special. Whip up a red, white, and blue pie, or choose from our many other Fourth of July favorites for surefire crowd-pleasing desserts.
This yummy dessert has a rich, faintly smoky flavor courtesy of wood-smoked bacon mixed into the custard.
This buckle, named for the crumbly (or buckling) streusel topping, has a layer of fresh fruit peeking out of the middle of the cake batter.
The peaches are grilled then made into a filling for this fresh fruit pie. Serve it for dessert on a summer evening.
With ready-to-roll sugar cookie dough, fresh fruits, and lemon-cream filling, this dessert is quick to make.
This fruit crisp recipe is crowned with rounds of cookie dough kneaded in graham cracker crumbs. Powdered sugar icing is drizzled over the entire dessert for a finishing touch.
Slow cooker desserts are the best stress-free option for dinner parties. This poached pear only gets sweeter when topped with a spoonful of cool creme fraiche on top.
To make this dessert even more tiramisu-like, sprinkle a bit of espresso powder on top along with the cocoa powder.
This pretty, patriotic party cake will draw more eyes than the fireworks!
Your kids can help fill the cooled meringues with a little lemon curd and berries.
Irresistible! A ginger-spiced crumb topping completes a luscious fruit dessert.
Cut these colorful wiggly gelatin snacks in many different shapes. Kids will love them!
A combination of frozen and dried cherries make this fruit pie possible any day of the year. Feel free to substitute fresh for frozen when available!
Think of this patriotic berry tart as a more showy take on a lattice-topped berry pie.
What a spectacular way to end a meal! The fantastic combination of fresh raspberries and hazelnuts add a light flavor to the crowd-pleasing meringue crust of this dessert.
To celebrate the homey, garden-to-table nature of this simple cake, serve it warm from the oven.
While this slow cooker crumble tastes incredible with its oat topping, the compote would also be lovely mixed into oatmeal or yogurt.