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5 Ways to Step Up your 4th of July Dessert Game this Year

The 4th of July is tomorrow and that means one thing. Red, white and blue desserts will be everywhere. Don't miss out on the fun! Check out these amazing five red white and blue 4th of July desserts! They're all easy to make at home and you and your guests will love them! 
Best Part? You get to put the recipes together from the comfort of your incredible and state-of-the-art Twin River Commons Kitchens with dishwashers, microwaves, ovens, cooktops, and much more in every unit! You can even enjoy them in our AMAZING courtyard which features gas grills, outdoor patio seating and so much more making it the perfect place to host your 4th of July party! 

If you want to see these, and so many more incredible amenities that Twin River Commons has to offer, come in and take a tour, or check out the virtual tour today! 

Now, let the desserts commence!

This amazing recipe from Crafty Morning is an amazing take on everyone's favorite cookie, the Oreo! It is simply, delicious, and sure to be a hit and your 4th of July Party and are also easy enough to make just for snacking! Click here to view the full recipe!

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This incredible beverage idea comes from delish and not only does it only requires two ingredients (Ice cream and food-coloring!), also it is sure to put a smile of the faces of both you and your guests while cooling everyone down on what is expected to be a VERY HOT day! Check out the full recipe here!
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The cupcake flag cake is a staple of 4th of July celebrations everywhere and for good reason! Not only is it a delicious way to show your 4th of July spirit with an edible red, white, and blue flag; since it's made of cupcakes, serving and enjoying this incredible treat from Betty Crocker couldn't be easier! Check out how to make yours here!

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This delicious frozen treat from Taste of Home takes only 10 minutes to assemble and uses honey and fruits for sweetness, so there's no need for artificial flavoring or coloring! You don't even need molds because as long as you have sticks, they can be made in paper cups as well! If you want to enjoy something amazing, here is the recipe!

As if the first four options weren't amazing enough, this unbelievable recipe from Life with the Crust Cut Off gives you the ultimate say in what ingredients you're going to include because recipes for chocolate bark are about as flexible as can be! To ensure that you have the perfect customizable dessert for the 4th, click here!
From our Twin River Commons family to you and yours, we want to wish you a happy and safe 4th of July!