Quick, easy and refreshing Raspberry Sorbet Cake with Blueberries is the perfect addition to your red, white and blue festivities!
Raspberry Sorbet Cake with Fresh Blueberries
Fourth of July or Independence Day in the United States is one of the most festive holidays to show your patriotism! From flying the American flag (I keep mine up all year!), to attending parades, family gatherings, and enjoying the full day at the park or beach are some of the fun activities you might enjoy!
If you are lucky to live in an area where your town supports fireworks, then you’ll have an evening of booming explosives that light up the night too!
Raspberry sorbet and other holiday desserts!
Let’s not forget the fun food that gets made during this holiday! There are several recipes that I like to share during the Fourth of July weekend.
Crowd pleasing fruit salsa, Patriotic Chocolate Covered Strawberries, Berry Tiramisu Cake, Texas Sheet Cake, and some fun Red, White and Blue Layers Shot Cocktails!
This year I’ve added to my recipe arsenal a refreshing and delicious sorbet cake! No baking or special equipment is needed to put this together. You just need room in the freezer for this to set, so clear out a spot for this to set undisturbed for a couple of hours!
Ingredients for sorbet cake
You can use any brand of sorbet, but if you haven’t tried the Roman Raspberry sorbet from Talenti give it a try! It’s a treat and their tagline “better ingredients make happy spoons” is deliciously true!
Again, any prepared whipped topping will do. Have you tried Truwhip? Truwhip is a pre-made topping that’s found in the ice cream section, but this brand is not made without high fructose corn syrup.
I’m so glad to see that this product is expanding their base from speciality stores like Whole Foods to more common grocery outlets. This isn’t a sponsored post, I just happen to be happy with the flavors I used for this recipe! Use what’s available in your stores or make fresh whipped cream for the icing!
Have a safe, fun weekend and eat yummy foods!
Raspberry Sorbet Cake with Blueberries
- 2 pints Raspberry Sorbet
- 8-10 ounce whipped topping
- 2 cups fresh blueberries (more for garnish)
- 1 pint fresh raspberries for garnish and topping cake
This looks delicious! I am bookmarking to serve Labor Day Weekend…thank you!
Enjoy! It’s always a hit when I make this sorbet cake!
That sorbet is delicious!! I think this dessert should be eaten year-round . 🙂
What a fun and easy idea that I will have to keep in mind for next 4th of July celebration! Simply delicious!
Debra @ Bowl Me Over
The word WOW does not do this justice! What an amazing treat. Heading over to your house for the leftovers! 😉
Cindy (Vegetarian Mamma)
Wow, this looks so refreshing and tasty! YUM!
Very patriotic and festive cake! It must tasted deliciously!
This cake definitely goes with the red, white and blue theme for the Fourth of July!
Plenty sweet and so refreshing! I love enjoying sorbet during the warm months of the year!
Jessy @ The Life Jolie
What a great idea- I would never have thought of this! It would be an excellent summer dessert!
Thanks, Jessy! I’ve been keeping it cool in the kitchen lately!
This looks amazing! It also looks pretty simple and quick! I love that!!!!
Hi Karen! Definitely a no-fail dessert and it’s soooo good!
Gorgeous photos. I will keep an eye out for that sorbet. The color is amazing!
It’s it pretty, Lydia! I took a double look at the ingredients to make sure they didn’t add any coloring – NOPE! None! Yay!
Sandra, This is genius! I love the deep red sorbet and the blueberries with whipped cream. Oh so good, and SO pretty for the Fourth of July!
Thanks, Diane! I try to come up with something to share during the holiday weekend. This sorbet cake was a hit!
This cake is stunning and perfect for the 4th! Yum!
Thank you 🙂 Hope you had a wonderful weekend, Christina!
This is one of the most beautiful cakes!!!! Wow you did an incredible job I need to make this!!!!
Please do give this a try! It’s very easy to put together, tastes delicious and doesn’t it look so festive?!!
That color of the sorbet is just gorgeous! Great idea for a cooling dessert!
I love the deep red color too, Christine! I was on a hunt for a bright colored sorbet and this just popped out!
This is a great recipe idea. Perfect for the 4th of July picnic party
Thank you, Rini! I enjoyed putting this together. It sure is pretty to serve for guests!
The Food Hunter
Very pretty and perfect for this weekend!! Happy 4th!
Thanks! Hope you have a fun weekend too 🙂
What a gorgeous summer dessert! Perfect way to cool down on the 4th, too. Hope you have a wonderful holiday, Sandra!
Thank you, Liz! It’s been a very nice couple of days! Love the summer months 🙂