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11 Summer Dessert Trends to Try Before Summer’s Over

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Summer Dessert Trends: 11 Fun Recipe Ideas, via Babble.com

Do you have a summer list? You know, all those things you want to do before the last long days of summer are over. I still have a few to cross off my list like getting to the beach and making sangria, but after having fun with these dessert trends, I’m all set in the treats department. Here are 11 dessert trends are just the thing the end your summer on a sweet note. 

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Summer Dessert Trends: 11 Fun Recipe Ideas

Pie in a Jar

Have your pie and skip the mess! These fruity, sweet desserts in jars are perfectly proportioned and picnic-ready.
12 fruit-flavored desserts in jars
Image: Brooklyn Supper

So, have you tried any of these trends? What’s your favorite?

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Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell write the blog Brooklyn Supper, dedicated to seasonal ingredients and wholesome home cooking. Read bio and latest posts → Read Elizabeth's latest posts →

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