This red, white and blue dessert board is entirely gluten-free and has something for everyone! Fudgy Chocolate Brownies, Festive Sprinkle Cookies, White Chocolate-Dipped Festive Pretzels and all the juiciest red, white and blue Summer fruit! Customize to tastes, ideas below for smaller boards.
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The 4th of July is almost here and with more people getting together with friends and family for picnics, barbecues and the like, I thought it would be fun to create a festive red, white and blue GLUTEN-FREE dessert board!
In fact, I created several boards as you’ll see below because I wanted to show you how you could design boards easily to your tastes.
You can easily use more or less fruit and more or less sweet treats, and it would still look fabulous and offer an array of yummy desserts.
Regardless of the combination you choose, a dessert board is always a great idea because it offers something for everyone, and looks festive and fun!
This board is made with 3 crowd-pleasing treats plus lots of red, white and blue summer fruit:
New! White Chocolate Covered Pretzels with red, white and blue sprinkles (recipe below)
This red, white and blue dessert board is entirely gluten-free and has something for everyone! Fudgy Chocolate Bownies (recipe uses almond flour) or Better than Boxed Brownies (recipe uses gluten-free all purpose flour), Festive Sprinkle Cookies, White Chocolate-Dipped Festive Pretzels and all the juiciest red, white and blue Summer fruit! See photos above with ideas for smaller boards and those using more/ less fruit and more/ less treats. Have fun with it!
Course: Dessert, 4th of July
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Optional
Keyword: red white and blue dessert board, july fourth dessert board, gluten-free desssert board, red white blue gluten-free dessert
Author: Healthy Gluten-free Family
White Chocolate Covered Pretzels with red, white and blue sprinkles
1 8ozbag gluten-free pretzel twists
2 4.4ozbars gluten-free white chocolate
Approximately 1 cup colored sugarI used a combination of red, white and blue and mixed them in even amounts NOTE: I used colored sugar as opposed to sprinkles -- I found them easier to work with and preferred the flavor.
Hi! My name is Karen, and I’m the mom in our Healthy Gluten-Free Family. My posts and pictures here and on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter are labors of love that allow me to share a very personal journey with you, one our family has taken together — learning, experimenting and sharing how to raise a healthy happy gluten-free family. Read more ...