Patriotic Desserts

Well the other day I saw a big pan my mom had and thought it would be good to make the yogurt pie recipe into one big one and into a flag since the 4th of July was coming up. This week I was trying to get my ingredients, blueberries and whipped cream are extremely difficult to get in this country and especially since I’m in a small town. I was able to get yogurt, strawberries, gelatin and some cookies to crush to make the crust, I usually buy the ready made crusts. I had to look for ways to substitute or make my own whipped cream, I used a recipe I found online.

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Only had to use one package of cookies for the crust.

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Would’ve been better to use a 9×13 because clearly this pan was bigger.

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I made the whipped cream in a blender.

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Dissolved the gelatin.

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Added the yogurt.

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Then the whipped cream.

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Spread it on the crust then to the fridge it went.

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Used strawberries for the red stripes, melted white chocolate for the white stripes and blue candy for the blue area.

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Dipped some strawberries in white chocolate and then blue sprinkles for the striped effect. Not to bad for my first attempt even though my dad bought me cookies n cream instead of plain white chocolate, there wasn’t any other.

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Found my mother’s cake stand!

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I had leftover coconut milk so I decided to make piña coladas, still in the patriotic spirit.

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Hope you all enjoy your 4th of July weekend!

Original pie recipe here

Whipped cream is 1 cup milk, 2 tbsp corn starch and after well combined 1 tbsp flour.

The piña colada was not measured at all.

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