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July 3, 2012 | 1 minute read

July 4th Dessert: A Patriotic "No Cook" Cake

Looking for that final red, white and blue touch for your July 4th cookout? A great solution is one of our most popular desserts: watermelon cake.

The rich red watermelon, creamy white frosting and blueberries make a patriotic statement without heating up your kitchen. Your guests will love the surprise when cutting into the “cake” and anyone watching their waist will appreciate this dessert.

We’ve got step by step instructions in a previous blog post so you can enjoy this healthy and unique.

If you serve this cake, let us know!

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