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These luscious dessert recipes are bursting with blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. The delicious collection of bright berry desserts includes sweet tarts, yummy bars, and outstanding cakes and pies.
Layer upon layer of pistachio meringue, fluffy whipped cream, melted chocolate, and fresh berries make up this striking dessert. The Italian masterpiece will stun and satiate your dinner guests.
Berry Dessert Tip: Use a serrated bread knife to cut into this decadent dessert -- it will keep the meringue from crumbling and the berries from squeezing out the sides.
Elevate vanilla wafer cookies into a seriously divine summer treat with just a drizzle of white chocolate and a sprinkle of juicy berries. The tiny delights are just 162 calories per serving and are perfect for picnics and potlucks!
Blackberries are a sure sign of summer, and the bright fruit makes for a quick and easy dessert when piled into a refrigerated piecrust. A sour cream filling adds the perfect balance of sweet and tangy.
Trade in traditional shortcake and top our pistachio-honey cake with ripe strawberries instead. A sweet mascarpone whipped topping complements the cake's moist cornmeal batter.
Adorable tea-size tarts are a wonderful showcase for the season's fresh bounty of berries. After tossing in a honey-mint syrup, pile your favorite berries onto prepared pastries and form a fun patchwork design.
Whip up this layered dessert in no time with our easy instructions. The potluck-perfect parfaits feature juicy strawberries and rhubarb stacked with a whipped cheesecake topping.
Fat-free cream cheese, Greek yogurt, and light frozen whipped topping help keep this colorful berry tart low in fat and calories. Spread the creamy mixture onto a lemon-infused cookie crust, then top with all your favorite fresh berries.
This warm and wonderful summer dessert has it all: a crunchy amaretti cookie crumble, a cinnamon-tapioca berry blend, and cool vanilla ice cream. The berry crisp is achieved in a cast-iron skillet over the grill, making it a winning cookout candidate.
A crumbly coconut-graham cracker crust holds this dessert's creamy cheesecake filling. Bright blueberries add a refreshing bite to the springtime sweet.
You can bake and refrigerate this cake for up to two days in advance. When it's time to serve, simply layer with buttercream, strawberry jam, and four kinds of fresh berries.
This dazzling dessert couldn't be easier and yummier. Store-bought angel food cake is cooked French toast-style, then topped with strawberries and drizzled with maple syrup.
The secret to a full-flavor strawberry pie? A luscious glaze made from fresh berries! Watch as we show you how to prepare the glaze, plus get tips and tricks for the perfect strawberry pie.
Believe it or not, this impressive berry dessert takes just five ingredients to make. Make the creme brulee with fresh raspberries or strawberries for a fruity twist on the traditional French dessert.
When you're expecting a crowd, whip up this big-batch berry dessert. The petite cheesecakes serve 54 people and feature a shortbread crust, creamy filling, and honey-drizzled strawberry topping.
Host a berry-themed party with these fabulous berry dessert ideas!