Neapolitan Dessert ideas

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Neapolitan-Dessert

Before dessert stations, the best way to appeal to everyone’s tastes was good old fashioned Neapolitan ice cream. This classic crowd-pleaser was the perfect blend of flavors for all of your party guests, and the color combination has become an inspiration for everything from birthdays to weddings. As a tribute to this classic blend of flavors, we’ve rounded up these clever Neapolitan recipes that would be perfect for any event!

That sweet sense of nostalgia led to this adorable Neapolitan cake in a jar. Can’t you just picture these all lined up for dessert, or even as favors at a beautiful vintage-inspired wedding?

Neapolitan Cake In A Jar from The Family Kitchen

“The flavours really work so well together, and I personally find it really unique and quite appealing, if not striking, once sliced.”

Neapolitan 5 Layer Birthday Cake With Strawberry Frosting from Sweetapolita

You know it’s a great recipe when the author is quick to point out that “even though this is a time-consuming activity I would make them again in a heartbeat.”

Neapolitan Rice Krispie Treats from Erin Cooks

Lizzy mentions that at a fundraiser these cupcakes “were a big hit and people were practically fighting over them.” Since we don’t want to any of that, be sure to plan ahead and make plenty to go around. They really are that good!

Raspberry Neapolitan Cupcakes from Your Cup Of Cake

I have to agree with Ms. Humble about these bite-size little treats – “I can already see them dressed up in little bags and chocolate colored ribbons, ready to be gifted.”

Neapolitan Marshmallows from Not So Humble Pie

Put simply – “Who wouldn’t love their own little layered Neapolitan cupcake?”

Inside Out Neapolitan Cupcakes from Sweetapolita

Never has pound cake looked so beautiful, and with the additional suggestion of Neapolitan Pound Cake Sundaes, this recipe is a keeper!

Neapolitan Pound Cake from Culinary Concoctions By PeaBody

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