These easy Memorial Day Desserts are packed with fun, festive, and easy recipes, from red, white and blue cakes to strawberry shortcakes, no bake desserts, cookies, pies, and more. It’s time to celebrate!
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44 Simple Memorial Day Desserts
Let's celebrate the beginning of summer with these easy Memorial Day Desserts! From pies and ice cream to cookies, cakes, crumbles, and more.
"This delicious patriotic cake is so easy to make and so delicious! Layers of tender moist white cake with pokes of raspberry or cherry jello, a layer of luscious vanilla pudding, and topped off with a layer of whipped cream and fresh berries to create a scrumptious American Flag!"
This Strawberry Rhubarb Tart, or crostata, is an easy, effortless, delicious way to celebrate the season. Whether using a ready-made or a simple homemade crust, it’s a recipe brimming with sunshine flavor and a hint of mint; and is incredibly simple to make.
This Blueberry Cobbler is a quick and easy recipe made with fresh or frozen blueberries, pantry ingredients, and ready in 35 minutes. Serve straight from the skillet with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream.
"If you’ve never had or heard of a Clafoutis before, it’s a baked French fruit dessert that has a thick flan-like batter piled on top. It’s usually dusted with powdered sugar and served semi-warm and in my opinion, should always have a dollop of freshly whipped cream. It’s perfection. Easy to make and easier to eat – my favorite kind of recipe!!"
These simple Strawberry Crumble Bars are deliciously summery with sweet fresh strawberries and an irresistible crumble topping. Perfect for backyard summer BBQ, picnics, or when you're craving a sweet treat.
These White Chocolate M&M Popcorn Treats are the easiest desserts ever! Festive and fun with the bright colors of summer. Simple ingredients, quick to make, and incredibly yummy with a sweet, salty, chocolaty flavor!
There is nothing quite like a Memorial Day weekend. While it’s often considered the unofficial beginning of summer, a well-anticipated 3-day weekend, it’s also a time to honor those who have served and sacrificed for our country.
And for that, we are exceedingly grateful.
It’s also the beginning of BBQ season, picnics, running barefoot, and gooey, yummy, summery desserts.