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Last weekend when I was doing my typical Sunday afternoon grocery shopping, I went down the decor aisle at Stop & Shop and was shocked to see all they had to offer! I picked up so many festive 4th of July party pieces like plates, napkins, string lights, flags, necklaces and more! I decorated my backyard with the items and it turned out great!
After browsing through Stop & Shop’s recipe center “Savory,” I was inspired to make a tasty red, white and blue dessert for the celebration (watch video above)! For me, EASY is always best, so I went for mini Raspberry Shortcakes! I purchased raspberries, blueberries, whip cream, and a pack of dessert shells. I layered the whip cream, raspberries and blueberries on top of each shell. Lastly, I stuck a mini flag in each for the final 4th of July touch!
This blog post was sponsored by Stop & Shop.