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Perry’s Guide to Red, White & Blue Desserts

July 3, 2013

Your 4th of July picnic is fast approaching, and you still don’t know what are you serving for dessert? May we suggest a few options.

You will quickly notice that our suggestions are on the chilly side, naturally. We also try to handpick the recipes that don’t require much time to prepare, yet will still delight your guests with their “almost home made” quality.

Our newest addition to the recipe family is Perry’s Ice Cream Sandwich Cake.

You will need:

  • Perry’s Ice Cream Sandwiches (12 Sandwiches)
  • 8 oz. Whipped Topping
  • 1 jar Hot Fudge or Caramel Sauce for topping
  • ¼ cup Chopped Nuts (optional)
  • Maraschino cherries (optional)

Directions:

Line a square cake pan (or glass pan to see the layers) with one layer of Perry’s Ice Cream Sandwiches. Cut sandwiches to fit snugly into corners. Layer with hot fudge or caramel sauce.  Hot fudge will freeze better, while caramel sauce can remain runny even after freezing.  Add second layer of Perry’s Ice Cream Sandwiches. Spread top with softened frozen whipped topping. Place in freezer. Just before serving, top with optional Maraschino cherries and chopped nuts if desired.

Another one of our favorite recipes for your red, white and blue occasion! Follow these visual steps for our 4th of July Ice Cream Cake and get the recipe here.

 

One more suggestion for a speedy, festive homemade Independence Day dessert: Red, White and Blue Parfait (click this LINK for the recipe details).

 

For more options, visit our 4th of July board – we’ve collected a few more recipes to inspire your holiday desserts:

You will find the links to all of the recipes HERE.

Additional unlimited inspiration lives on our Pinterest page.

Have a wonderful holiday weekend! Let us know how your desserts turned out!

 

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