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I think the Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. As a wife of a veteran, I’m quite patriotic and proud of my country. I love flags and my house has sort of an Americana theme going on. So, when it comes to making patriotic desserts, I’m all in. I love the way this layered parfait looks when it’s all made up in a glass torte dish. You can peer through the sides and see every yummy morsel. Plus, the red of the strawberries, blue of the blueberries, and white of the whipped cream look so pretty!
I have to admit, it was hard for me to take the first scoop out of this dessert because I didn’t want to ruin the pretty layers. Knowing how good it was going to taste quickly helped me get over it 🙂
My kiddos helped me put this yummy dessert together. I let each one spread in a layer and they really enjoyed doing that. It was a fun recipe to follow for all of us. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: If you don’t like store-bought whipped topping feel free to make your own using heavy whipping cream.