Recipe Directions

Blueberry Toppings:
* 2 c Blueberries
* 6 candles or sparklers
To assemble, cut the corners off of each plastic baggies containing the Strawberry, Cream and Dark Berry. As equally as you can, distribute the layer equally between the 6 glasses by squeezing on each bag. Start with the Strawberry, then Cream and lastly the Dark Berry layer. Top each cup with a 1/3 cup of Blueberries and store in fridge for 1 hour or more. Light a candle or sparkler on each cup before serving. (Please assist all children with the object on fire.)

Bees Knees Kitchen's Thoughts

With these beautiful 4th of July Berry Cream Cups, you’ll have all the neighbors coming to your house! Layered with fresh fruit and sweet cream, these are the perfect red, white and blue dessert! Make these in the morning and store them in the fridge till you are ready to start the food and fireworks!
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ceclectic's Review

July Berry Cream Cups
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I made these cups for July 4th and they were absolutely fantastic!!!!!! everyone loved them.
One suggestion: the picture of the cup above does not indicate how many ounces it holds. You may want to indicate how many ounces should be in a serving.
When I made the recipe, I doubled it just to be safe, and it barely made 6 cups (using 10 oz plastic cups from the store). I ended up making 3 batches at double the recipe, so I felt like a berry making machine in the end, but they turned out amazing.
Can't wait to make this again! Thank you for postiing this!

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These looked great and tasted fabulous! A bit time-consuming but well-worth it for the flavor and the patriotic look.

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Wow! You are on fire! Keep whipping up those great recipes - I know my kids are gonna love this one!

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This looks great! Thank you - the fourth of July is a big deal around our place and I was hoping to come up with some raw things to enjoy!

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