Star Spangled Berry Cups

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It is the time of the year again for flags, fireworks, and barbecues. Every year the celebration comes to our neck of the woods as the city holds the 4th of July fireworks at the lake very close to our house. When venturing outdoors in this season, be sure to apply lots of bug repellent as the state bird of Minnesota, the humble mosquito gets to feast on the crowds. Despite that the streets are congested for a few hours as the people come to the lake for the day’s festivities.

These were the fireworks as seen from our patio last July. The scene truly evokes the second refrain of the National Anthem,

And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

Most families and friends gather for a barbecue before the fireworks. Every year members of our church gather at the parking lot with snacks, desserts, and deck chairs to watch the fireworks. We are always reminded to bring bug spray. ;)

There were lots of blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries this week at the grocery stores and they were really popular. As it has been so warm, I decided on a very simple no-cook dessert or snack that can be easily replicated for a crowd. If you are going to a gathering, do bring the ingredients separately and assembled them at the host’s house.

Star Spangled Berry Cups
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Serves: 4 servings
  • 12 mini fillo shells
  • 1 cup vanilla yogurt
  • ½ cup raspberries
  • ½ cup blueberries
  1. Fill each mini fillo shell with 2 teaspoons of yogurt. Top with blueberries and raspberries. Serve immediately.


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15 Responses

  1. Raymund says:

    Nicely presented Biren, Happy 4th of July

  2. Ramona says:

    Very patriotic and cute!! Have a wonderful 4th of July!!

  3. Very patriotic!
    Bet they are tasty too.

  4. Hi Biren – HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!!! I knew you’d have a great recipe for Independence Day :) I love how you made it look like the American flag, and that you used phyllo and yoghurt. Genius!

  5. Cheah says:

    Wow, so pretty. I can’t help but drool over these cute little cups of colourful berries.

  6. Very Nicely presented Biren!!!!
    These look adorable and absolutely delicious!!
    Happy 4th July to you too!!

  7. Nasifriet says:

    Ooops…one day shy. Happy 4th of July! Love the way you play with the colours. Bet that was one of the delicious flags :-D

  8. mjskit says:

    What yummy looking berry cups and perfect for the 4th! Hope you had a great day!

  9. Kalyan says:

    tempting indeed…mouthwatering dish & the clicks!

  10. Haruna says:

    Beautiful berry snacks! So colourful.

  11. kitchenriffs says:

    Looks so nice and refreshing! It’s been so hot, anything that’s no-cook sounds wonderful. And how can you go wrong with berries? Nice recipe. And I’ve been to Minnesota and have experienced those mosquitoes! Bug spray is mandatory. Nice post – thank you.

  12. Lyndsey says:

    You always do something for the holidays! You are the best blogger! :D

  13. Biren, your Star Spangled Berry Cups are just beautiful. The recipe sounds delicious. I saw these on your Tea Tattler FB page, and had to come over for a closer look. I aspire to your photography talents!

    Love, Joy

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