Memorial Day is almost here, if you’re like me you’re wondering how did that happen?
If you’re looking for some patriotic fare, I pulled together 12 recipes from the archives to celebrate the Red, White and Blueberry and for noshing over your Memorial Day weekend and holiday! Click on the links in red for the complete recipe.
Watermelons have been arriving in grocery stores, just in time for the holiday weekend and the unofficial start of summer.
Serve an American flag formation of Watermelon, Feta and Blueberries for this high-flying holiday.
The creamy, salty cheese is the perfect partner to the sweet, juicy melon!
Individual cobblers are baked in mini skillets with a topping that is rustic and simple to make! Substitute ramekins if you prefer for these easy, mini desserts.
Slice and grill a baguette and serve with a bowl of berry caprese medley and let your guests help themselves!
A make-ahead dessert using a store-bought angel food or pound cake to cut down on prep time. Exercise your freedom and independence and layer with berries, lemon curd, pudding, whipped cream or a combination in a glass or trifle bowl!
Or cut your store-bought cake in thirds, layer with your fruit and filling of choice and serve.
A refreshing combination of pureed watermelon & lemonade with watermelon stars and blueberries. Add citrus flavored vodka for an adult beverage or serve without for a festive summertime lemonade.
Mix it an hour to two in advance of patriotic sipping and celebrating!
Fresh, flavorful, and healthy! Serve with Red, White, and Blue Tortilla Chips
Trifle in a jar that’s portable and ideal for a picnic!
A quick and easy dessert with refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough to celebrate the Red, White & Blueberry!
Almost Red Velvet Berry Cobbler with Cream Cheese Ice Cream
A short-cut almost cobbler along with a recipe for cream cheese ice cream you can make without a machine.
Or the real thing. . . Red Velvet-Berry Cobbler
However you celebrate Memorial Day, remember our military men and women who protect and serve us.