8 Berry Desserts, My Familly Begs Me To Make On Sundays

Mixed Berry Cobbler

A warm and comforting mixed berry cobbler is a classic Sunday dessert. Simply toss together a combination of fresh berries (such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries) with sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice

Berry Crisp

Similar to cobbler but with a crunchy oat topping, berry crisp is a crowd-pleasing dessert that's easy to make. Toss your favorite berries with sugar, a touch of flour, and a splash of lemon juice, then top with a mixture of oats, flour, brown sugar

Strawberry Shortcake

Light and fluffy shortcakes topped with sweetened strawberries and whipped cream make for a classic and elegant dessert. Slice fresh strawberries and toss them with sugar to macerate while you prepare the shortcakes

Blueberry Lemon Bars

Tangy lemon bars topped with a layer of sweet blueberry compote are a refreshing and zesty treat. Bake a classic lemon bar base, then spread a layer of homemade blueberry compote on top before baking until set

Raspberry Cheesecake Bars

Creamy cheesecake bars swirled with raspberry preserves are a decadent and irresistible dessert. Prepare a simple graham cracker crust, then pour in a smooth cheesecake batter

Blackberry Galette

Rustic and elegant, a blackberry galette showcases the natural beauty of fresh blackberries encased in a flaky pastry crust. Roll out pie dough and pile fresh blackberries in the center, then fold up the edges to create a free-form tart

Mixed Berry Trifle

Layers of angel food cake, vanilla pudding, whipped cream, and mixed berries come together to create a stunning and delicious trifle. Simply layer the ingredients in a trifle dish, starting with cubed angel food cake

Berry Parfait

A light and refreshing berry parfait is perfect for a Sunday brunch or dessert. Layer Greek yogurt, granola, and mixed berries in serving glasses or jars for a beautiful and nutritious treat. Drizzle with honey or maple syrup for added sweetness