Enjoy these Simple Patriotic Recipes at your next party, BBQ, cookout, or potluck. Nothing's more patriotic and festive than red, white, and blue! Celebrate with these easy recipes!
Make sure to try our Red, White, and Blue Fudge!
Hoist up the flags, folks! Life is much sweeter and festive when there's a theme to the party! There's Memorial Day, the 4th of July, and then Labor Day this time of year, so how about a little Red, White & Blue?
Yes, Patriotic themed recipes make your summer BBQ or get-together a little more special.
In case you need it, here are the Best Tips for Throwing a Memorial Day or 4th of July Party so you can enjoy it and not be stressed about the decorations and food!
Red, White, and Blue Recipes
Here are 20 simple recipes that will inspire your patriotic holiday food spread!
Everyone LOVES Oreos! Are you looking for an easy red, white and blue treat for your Memorial Day or 4th of July BBQ, picnic, or potluck? Then you have to try these chocolate-dipped Patriotic Oreos from Suburban Simplicity!
Here are no-fuss delicious treats kids and grownups like from Baking Beauty- Patriotic Rice Krispie Treat Pops. The perfect grab-and-go treat for when the kids are running around.
Kids love sprinkles, so get them in the kitchen to help with these Patriotic Pretzels from Simply Being Mommy.
Enjoy this Delicious Creamy Skittles Fudge from Suburban Simplicity all summer long! It's an easy no-bake recipe with only 3-ingredients that's perfect for summertime fun.
Perfect for your backyard holiday barbecues or pool parties this summer, you must try this kid-friendly Patriotic Punch!!
Nothing could be easier than a No-bake Berry Icebox Cake from Suburban Simplicity! Layers of whipped cream and graham crackers with fresh berries! Yum!
Fresh berries are perfect for any red, white, and blue theme, including Memorial Day and Fourth of July. How cute are these Red, White, and Blue Mini Fruit Tarts from Everyday Savvy?
If you're looking for an easy but show-stopping recipe for your 4th of July celebration, potluck, or BBQ, then you have to check out this White Chocolate and Fruit Tart made by Bird's Party. Yum!
More Kid-Friendly Patriotic Recipes!
- What kid wouldn't want to dig into the old-fashioned favorite from Tidy Mom - Red, White, and Blue Candy Apples?
- This Red, White, and Blue Brownie Pizza is a delicious treat from Jo Cooks. Brownie topped with cream cheese frosting. Mmmm!
- Life with the Crusts Cut Off's 4th of July Bark looks so festive, and the kids can help make it. Perfect!
And a Few More Patriotic Treats
- An all-time favorite Patriotic Caramel Pretzel Bites from Two Sisters Crafting is so easy but so good!
- Fireworks Pudding Cookies from Crazy for Crusts are moist and yummy, and no one will be able to keep their hands off them!
- Patriotic Cake Pops make an excellent presentation and taste great, too! Via Honest Cooking
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Flag Dip from Mom on Time Out is a terrific way to eat cookie dough!
We hope these Patriotic Recipes inspire you to make unique and fun creations for your summer celebrations!
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This is exactly what I need for the Fourth! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. 🙂
Simple recipes are exactly what I need too, Dee! Thanks for coming by! Have a great weekend!
Helen Fern says
So many fun (and tasty) ideas here! Would love it if you shared on the "What's for Dinner" link up!
Thanks for stopping by, Helen. And thanks for the invite!
Erin, this is a terrific Roundup up recipes for the 4th of July celebration. I love that there are so many fruits that lend themselves to the red, white and blue theme. Now that I found gluten-free sandwich cookies I'm really looking forward to making the chocolate dipped Oreos with red, white & blue sprinkles. And perhaps I'll have to even out my nutrition with any of the recipes above containing fruit. It'll make me feel a little better about eating a few chocolate dipped Oreos!Or a handful!
4th of July is a great holiday because there as so many fruits that lend themselves to the red, white and blue theme. And yes, eating a few fruits is a great idea between all the other yumminess!