Fourth of July is near and only a few days away! Can you believe it’s almost July? I can’t! If you have been caught up with the normal chaos of work and life and are still looking for some recipes to make for the holiday, you are in luck! Below are 5 last minute 4th of July recipes that are quick, easy and delicious!
This treat is “berry” patriotic (I love puns)! As you can see from the photo below, it’s a simple recipe that is also a tasty treat. All you need are blueberries, raspberries, marshmallows and wooden sticks – that’s it! This is one recipe that is easy to make at the last minute and also incredibly cute.
Find the recipe from Family Circle here: Berry Patriotic
Red, White and Blue Fruit Salad
Here is another easy recipe that also happens to be healthy (WIN)! This fruit salad has strawberries, bananas and blueberries to symbolize red white and blue. The honey lime glaze over this salad is a delicious touch and makes an already delicious treat even more delicious.
Find the recipe from Eating on a Dime here: Red, White and Blue Fruit Salad
4th of July Fruit Platter
Staying with the fruit theme, here is a patriotic 4th of July fruit platter! If you have fruits but want to step it up a notch, make a fruit platter and add some white chocolate covered pretzels to it. This recipe is adorable and will be loved by everyone. Also, we all need chocolate in our lives, right? Right.
Find the recipe from Passion for Savings here: 4th of July Fruit Platter
Red White and Blue Frozen Yogurt Bark
Just hearing the name of this treat makes me hungry. If you want to make some sweets for the 4th Of July but also want to try to stay somewhat on the healthy side, this ones for you. This recipe has yogurt, honey, white chocolate chips, raspberries and blueberries. The recipe is easy AND makes a beautiful treat!
Find the recipe from Honey and Birch here: Red, White and Blue Frozen Yogurt Bark
I’m a HUGE parfait fan, always have been and always will be. This recipe has some delicious ingredients such as strawberries, cream cheese, graham crackers and blueberries (and that’s not it) which make it one tasty treat. I also love cute jars, and think that putting the parfait in one adds to the sweet touch. However, you don’t NEED a jar for this treat. It will still taste the same in the end. 🙂
Find the recipe from Eighteen25 here: Patriotic Parfait
These 5 delicious recipes are perfect for your 4th of July holiday ahead! I hope you’ve found a recipe that suits your fancy and that you will be trying out for the holiday ahead. Trust me, they will ALL be crowd favorites!
Happy 4th of July, everyone!