Fourth of July cupcake recipes don't have to be complicated. Dress up a confetti cake mix with festive firework-inspired zigzags for a delicious July dessert. The recipe comes together in less than an hour—perfect for an impromptu party dessert.
Serve in Style - Ditch the food packages and line galvanized pails with napkins to serve picnic staples, such as potato chips or buns. Clay pots also work for garden parties. Saucers for the pots or smaller pots can hold dips.
Salute our nation's independence with this effortless idea for classic pound cake. Use star-shape cookie cutters—one and one cut slices of pound cake and strawberries. Drizzle with our simple powdered sugar icing for pretty red, white, and blue desserts.
Apple, Rhubarb, and Raspberry Pie with Almond Star Crust. Packed with three types of fruit, this pretty pie gets its elegant exterior from star-shape crust cutouts. Coat the fruit with apple pie spice for added warmth.
Two-Tomato Bruschetta: Our version of the classic Italian appetizer recipe is loaded with fresh basil, parsley, and tomatoes. Brush with olive oil and top with feta cheese to add mouthwatering flavor for less than 200 calories per serving.
Whether you’re celebrating the Fourth of July or simply the arrival of summer, has a cute and colorful DIY wreath project for you. Bonus: Many of these adorable crafts are budget-friendly wreaths and easy to create at home!
This summer, use fresh strawberries to make a delicious and cool strawberry Italian ice dessert. With just a few simple ingredients, you can make a sweet treat that is perfect and refreshing on warm days. This recipe could even be made into freezer pops for your kids! Whatever way you make it, this flavorful ice will be your go-to dessert this summer.