With 10 of the Best 4th of July Chocolate Treats to choose from, you will find a delightful collection of desserts for your holiday meal. Everything from cupcakes to dipped strawberries plus patriotic cake and cupcakes, you’re sure to find the perfect sweet ending of the meal for your friends and family.
from Amanda’s Cookin’
There are so many different ways to dip, sprinkle, and drizzle chocolate covered strawberries for any celebration. Today, we’re decking them out in red, white, and blue to make patriotic chocolate covered strawberries. They’re one of the most simple yet decadent little treats to serve at festive parties and come together in a snap.
from The Heritage Cook
I know you will love today’s Macadamia Nut White Chocolate Cupcakes for your 4th of July celebrations or any special occasion. You really don’t need an excuse, just make them whenever the spirit moves you and change up the decorations for a wonderful treat all year long.
from Hezzi D’s Books & Cooks
While I love to bake cakes, cookies, and cupcakes it isn’t always possible with the summer heat. So for the patriotic holidays I went looking for something that I didn’t have to bake and that would help us cool off. I saw a super cute picture of an easy flag design on an ice cream sandwich and thought that was a fun idea. I like that it was an individual dessert and that I didn’t actually have to make anything. All I had to do was decorate the ice cream sandwiches.
My kids love these frozen chocolate banana pops, usually coated in regular chocolate, but this year I thought I would put a red, white, and blue spin on them for the 4th of July. Aren’t they fun?
from Kitchen Treaty
The Fourth of July is almost here, and what shows our pride just as much – perhaps even more than – Roman candles and firecrackers? The quintessential American Flag Cake, that’s what!
from The Heritage Cook
These Red, White Chocolate, and Blue Sundaes are the best way to celebrate our country’s independence. Ice cream layered with red cherries, blueberries, and chunks of white chocolate; these are a real crowd pleaser! Enjoy this perfect patriotic dessert for your 4th of July party.
from Sheri Silver
So what do you do when you’re invited to a last-minute 4th of July potluck? I mean….there is nothing quicker, easier, or kinder to the cook. What do you need? Some candy melts and sprinkles and about 10 minutes and you have an instant dessert treat!
from Savory Experiments
Super simple and so cute, red, white and blue chocolate covered strawberries are a summery treat that just can’t be beat! All American Strawberries are perfect for Memorial Day cookouts or Fourth of July celebrations!
from The Kitchen is my Playground
Looking for a fun and easy little 4th of July treat to make for your celebration festivities? I highly recommend these Red White & Blue Chocolate-Dipped Sugar Wafers. They’re an easy, festive, adorable, kid-friendly, crowd-pleasing treat that can absolutely be made at the last minute if need be. Adored by both the kids and grown-ups alike, a platter of these babies will disappear lickety-split.
from The Heritage Cook
Happy almost 4th of July and welcome to this week’s Chocolate Monday! What better way to celebrate our country’s birthday than with these festive Patriotic Vanilla Cupcakes with White Chocolate Buttercream Frosting. I had so much fun coloring the frosting for the holiday – change the colors to match the holiday you are baking for. Anything goes!
So, what did you think of this All-American line up? Which ones caught your eye? I still can’t figure out which of these 4th of July Chocolate Treats would be the perfect way to end our Independence Day celebrations this year. I hope you all enjoy your holiday.
Have a wonderful time with your family and friends and enjoy all the fireworks that light up the sky so beautifully! Happy 4th of July!
You can adjust any baking recipe to gluten-free by using 120 grams per cup of my favorite gluten-free flour blend. Commercial blends such as Pamela’s All-Purpose Artisan Blend, Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1, or King Arthur Measure for Measure are all good choices. Add 1/4 tsp of xanthan gum or 1/2 tsp of psyllium husk powder per cup of flour if your blend doesn’t already contain it. They both help avoid crumbly baked goods.
Weighing your dry ingredients improves your results and gives you recipes that are easy to replicate. It is much more accurate and faster than using measuring cups. If you are using a kitchen scale, spoon your GF flour blend into a cup with straight sides and no spout, until mounded and then use the back of a knife to even the top and scrape off the excess. Weigh the flour left in the cup and use that as your base weight for the flour measurements. Do this for each blend that you use.
Let the mixed doughs rest for about 30 minutes before baking, if possible, to let the flours fully absorb all the liquids. If you have questions, you can find a lot of information by clicking on the “Gluten-Free” tab at the top of the page.
All recommended ingredients are gluten-free as of the writing of this article. Always check to be sure the products haven’t changed and are still safe to consume.
If you enjoyed this recipe, be sure to follow me on social media so you never miss a post:
Create a New Tradition Today!