Here are some of my favorite 4th of July recipes.
This is on my Babci does.
What you need
2 pints fresh strawberries, hulled and sliced
Mix half of the strawberries, 1/2 cup of sugar, and 1 envelope of gelatin in a bowl. Set aside at room temperature to allow the juices to develop and the sugar and gelatin to dissolve, about 15 minutes. Heat in the microwave for 2 minutes on full power, or until gelatin has dissolved. Stir to blend in the gelatin and then mix in the remaining strawberries.
Yummy Red White and Blue Strawberries. We had these last year at a picnic we went to. The kids loved them. They are really easy to do. A great reader said This was found in family Fun. I got it this recipe from a friend who found it parents magazine a few years ago. All sources now covered
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What you need
What to Do
Melt 12 ounces of white chocolate chips in a microwave according to the
make sure the container and the berries are dry; even a
little moisture will alter the texture of the candy.
One at a time, dip strawberries into the chocolate and then into blue sugar or edible glitter
Set them to harden on waxed paper.
Makes 35 to 45 decorated berries
The last one is a Trifle Bowl I found on the Jello site a few years ago and love. My kids love it as well.
raspberries, or blackberries), washed and hulled, plus extra for garnish
What to do:
and chill it.
with the lemon juice and the 1/4 cup of sugar. Set aside for 30 minutes to allow
the berries to release their juices.
tablespoons of sugar until soft peaks form. Set aside.
of a large, clear serving bowl (ours was 4 quarts). Top with the berries with
half of the pudding.
the rest of the pudding. Add a final layer of ladyfingers and berries. Top with
the whipped cream and a berry garnish.