Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits - Table For Seven
  • Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits

    Jun 20th • Posted in Cakes, No Bake Desserts

    Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits: Table for Seven

    Layers of fresh blueberries, delicious red velvet cake and a fluffy cream cheese filling make up these simple, delicious parfaits!

    Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits: Table for Seven

    We have parfaits today! Yay!

    I’ve never posted parfaits on the blog before. This is a first.  Of course, pardon that they aren’t so nicely and neatly filled. They do taste good, though, so, let’s focus on that instead.

    These are filled with red velvet cake, blueberries and a creamy, fluffy, cream cheese filling and as mentioned, so gooood.

    For the red velvet cake, it is simple cake mix and then, it is cut it up into bite size pieces.  I baked a 9 x 13 pan, but, didn’t use the entire cake. I’d say it was about  more that 1/4 of the cake, but, less than 1/2. Honestly, I didn’t measure it exactly, so, go with your personal preference on how much you want to use.

    That goes for the serving glasses also.  I was able to fill  4- 15 oz drinking glasses. Again, use whatever works best for you.

    These are lots of fun and are a new family favorite here. No bake and the perfect addition to your summer dessert menu!

    Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits: Table for Seven

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    Red Velvet Blueberry Parfaits

    by Table for Seven
    Prep Time: 00:20
    Ingredients (Makes: 4-15 oz glasses)
    • red velvet cake, baked and cooled, cut into pieces
    • 10 oz whipped topping (ex: Cool Whip/Tru Whip), divided 
    • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
    • 1/2 cup marshmallow fluff
    • 1/4 cup sugar
    • 1- 1 1/2 cups fresh blueberries
    In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, marshmallow fluff until well blended and creamy.
    Fold in 5 oz of whipped topping until well blended.
    In your desired dish, layer, cream cheese, cake pieces, then, blueberries. Then, top off with remaining 5 oz of whipped topping.
    Adapted from Something Swanky
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