Kid Friendly 4th of July Dessert Recipe

4th-of-july-pizza.jpgThis Independence Day (also known as 4th of July to the kids) why don’t you make something sweet and unique. You can wow your friends, family, and the kids with the easy kid friendly recipe. It’s called a Red & Blue Dessert Pizza and it’s made with Strawberries.  This is not your traditional pizza. Instead, it is a sweetened delicious fruit pizza that kids will love!

What You Will Need for the 4th of July Dessert Pizza:

Fruits You Need: fresh strawberries and blueberries, 1 pint each

1 tablespoon of sugar

8 oz of plain yogurt

thawed whipped cream

4 store bought pizza crusts or 1 large pack or sugar cookie dough.

Directions for Dessert Pizza Recipe: 

mix yogurt, whipped cream,  and sugar together then place it on the dough. Add fruit in any pattern that you like to make a cute 4th of July pizza. Cut into pizza wedges and serve chilled. This recipe can be used as a dessert, a healthy snack or for breakfast.

You can find more kid friendly strawberry recipes at the California Strawberry Commission website.  Another cool resource that your kids will enjoy is Strawberryville. There are recipes, activities, and downloads for kids.

Happy 4th of July!

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Amanda Compton

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