Spring Fling Dessert Recipe
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Spring Fling Dessert Recipe

Summer is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than with a dessert that’s as refreshing and vibrant as the season itself? Introducing the perfect dessert that’s light, not too sweet, and absolutely delicious: Pineapple and Mandarin Parfait. This easy-to-make treat is not only eye-catching but also perfect for individual portion sizes, making it a fantastic addition to any spring or summer barbecue.

One of the keys to this dessert is its presentation. The layered look is visually stunning and sure to impress your guests. Whether you’re hosting a backyard get-together or looking for a quick and tasty treat to enjoy at home, this parfait will be a hit. Let’s dive into the simple steps to create this delightful dessert that combines the tropical flavors of pineapple and mandarin with the lightness of angel food cake and Cool Whip.

Let me show you how to make these little guys…
 
What you need:
Directions:
1. Cut your desired amount of Angel Food Cake into bits size pieces and set aside.
2. Drain your crushed pineapple. You can reserve the juice for smoothies or discard.
3. Add your Cool Whip to a bowl and the crushed pineapple. Mix together!
4. I added 5 drops yellow food coloring for a richer color, totally optional. Stir to incorporate!
5. Gather all your layering components and your glass. (container, bowl, plastic cup…whatever you have works)
6. Add your angel food cake first as your base layer. Your pineapple mixture goes next.
7. Now add your mandarin oranges in a fanned out pattern and one blueberry for the center!
8. Viola…easy to put together and presentation wise, it looks so light and fresh!
Voilà! In just a few easy steps, you have a dessert that’s as delightful to look at as it is to eat. The combination of fluffy cake, creamy pineapple Cool Whip, and juicy fruit makes for a treat that’s perfect for warm-weather gatherings.
I hope you enjoy this Spring dessert creation as much as I do. Let me know in the comments below what you think!
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