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            Foolproof 4th of July Dessert

            I don’t know about you but the 4th of July is easily one of my favorite holidays. A sunny day at the beach or in your backyard with family while the hamburgers and hot dogs are grilling. I literally can’t think of a more perfect way to celebrate America. But, what about dessert? No need to worry fools — we’ve got you covered.

            Plus, you can buy everything at your local grocery store.

            1. 2 3.4 oz packages instant cheesecake flavored pudding mix
            2. 4 cups of milk
            3. Angel food cake (about 12 oz), cut into pieces
            4. 1 cup chopped strawberries
            5. 1 cup blueberries
            6. 1 cup chopped raspberries
            7. 12 oz cool whip (or homemade whipped cream)

            Directions:

            1. Add pudding mix and milk to a large bowl and make according to package directions.
            2. Add about half of the angel food cake pieces to the trifle dish.
            3. Top with about 1/2 of the prepared pudding.
            4. Top pudding with about 1/2 cup of each kind of berry.
            5. Top berries with about half of the cool whip.
            6. Repeat steps 2-5.
            7. Finish off trifle with additional berries on top.
            8. Refrigerate for about 2-3 hours, until ready to serve.

            NOTES

            Amounts of berries listed are for inside the trifle. If you want to be able to use sliced strawberries to decorate the edges of the layers and have enough berries to add to the top, you’ll need additional berries. I’d recommend at last a 1 lb container of strawberries. If you want to be able to add more blueberries and raspberries to the top, then about 11-12 oz containers.

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