Easy Snacks for Your Fourth of July Fest

Post By: Cross Sell App Support Collaborator

The Fourth of July is just around the corner and you're probably planning a party. Not sure what to feed you guests? Don't worry, we've got you covered!


Snap, Crackel, POP!

Fireworks won't be the only thing popping this fourth with these cute and easy red, white and blue rice krispie treats from Lil Luna. All you need is some marshmallows, rice krispies, margarine and food coloring. These bad boys are made in separate layers and then smooshed together to create a patriotic masterpiece. Bonus points: these are super fun to make with the kids. 


Set Up a Taco Bar

Let your guests treat themselves to their very own taco creations with a taco and toppings bar. This an easy way to feed your partygoers because they serve themselves; all you have to do is provide the fillings! Line your bar with taco shells, onion, cilantro, cabbage, radishes and sliced limes. Don't forget the salsa and guac! Try Woman's Day Kitchen's recipe for smoky beef tacos


Dip Into Some Sweetness

We're sure you've already got chips and dip on the menu, so why not provide something sweet to dip into? Our cookie butters are the perfect sweet treat to dip your snacks in. Set up a platter with some cookie butter in the middle and surround it with your favorite snacks. Have vegan and gluten free guests? No sweat, our VGF cookie butters will satisfy their sweet tooth. This is an easy to put together snack that all your guests can enjoy! 


Caprese Salad on a Stick

We love this creative idea from Dinner at the Zoo. Just put some basil, mozarella balls and yellow and red cherry tomatoes on a skewer. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic glaze and they're ready to go! This refreshing, simple snack allows your guests a quick bite so they can continue on celebrating instead of taking the time to sit down and eat a salad. Bonus for you: no plates or utensils to clean up! 


In Oreo We Trust

Give the classic Oreo cookie a patriotic twist with this red, white and blue treat. Melt some candy melts down or dip the cookies in icing, cover with sprinkles and ta-da! Good enough for a founding father. Your partygoers will love them too! Who doesn't love Oreos? 




Happy Fourth!






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