Fun Food Ideas for a Fourth of July Celebration


Fourth of July is next week and I hope you are planning a fun celebration. Whether you are hosting or attending a family reunion, neighborhood block party, or small celebration with the kids in the backyard, these fun food ideas will have everyone coming back for fourths.

There were a lot of Fourth of July inspired party food ideas out there but I picked these favorites for their Wow! factor as well as how easy they are to make. To see more Fourth of July party food ideas and activities, check out my Fourth of July Celebration board on Pinterest.

Makoodle.com made some fun patriotic Oreo Pops that would look cute on the table.


The Frugal Girls created some easy 4th of July dipped strawberries



PartyCity.com created a super easy and very healthy fruit flag.


The Party Blueprints blog offered up a fun idea with Firecracker Cupcakes.


Here’s some Fourth of July Rice Crispie Treats from the Lil’ Luna blog.


But it’s not all about sweets! Here are some fun savory food ideas as well.

The They Are Crafty Blog made some adorable Rocket Dogs that kids will love!


Check out this fresh, fruity, and fabulous Patriotic Salad from YummyMummyKitchen.com.


Tatertotsandjello.com shows you how to make Red, White and Blue Caprese Salad Skewers.


Finally, display your food with flair with these free downloadable Fourth of July printable snack baskets and napkin wrappers from MyOwnLabels.com.

Do you have a favorite recipe for a Fourth of July party or picnic? Please share it with us.

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  2. Thanks for sharing our Rocket Dogs on your blog….they were the hit of our 4th, the kids love them!!!

    Karen
    7/8/13

  3. You are so welcome! They are absolutely adorable. Sue

    Sue Kirchner
    7/17/13

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