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I think the Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays.
It’s an event where we get to reflect on our great country’s independence. We should probably reflect on this every day but on July Fourth, we get to have a picnic and watch fireworks as we do it. Yay! I love bringing desserts and salads to this types of get-togethers so basically, I hit the jackpot with this recipe. Guys, it’s a salad and dessert in one! Imagine that! Plus, it’s a red, white, and blue masterpiece, so there’s that 🙂
I know this dessert might look daunting to make but I promise you that it is not. Does it take some time and patience? Yes. But, everything does now doesn’t it? You’ll feel so accomplished once you make this dessert and shot it off to your family and friends.
In the picture, the dessert is garnished with blueberries but you can also garnish with strawberries. Some people like to do a combination of both berries. Do what suits you. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: This dessert is best served in a glass punch bowl so everyone can see the different layers.