It’s the weekend before the American Independence and everyone is going Red, White and Blue with excitement. Some yummy sweet treats to fuel that excitement are just what we need. Here are a few of our favorite delicious 4th of July recipes that are perfect for celebrating the occasion and laying out a red, white, and blue spread.
Start the party with a heady patriotic toast. Get the recipe here.
Chase that toast with these layered Jell-O shots.
And follow it up with this refreshing Fourth of July punch. Here’s a recipe.
Dig into this delicious baked blue, white, and red decadence this July 4th! Get the recipe here.
How can we not have some signature NYC cheesecake? That too in the colors of the US flag!
Not only is it a delectable no bake cheesecake, but it is also decorated like a flag for your 4th of July celebration. One word, ultra-patriotic!
Didn’t we say celebrate? And what’s a celebration without some boozy brain freeze?
We love Oreos and we love the US of A for coming up with them! These cookies pops are a tribute to the awesomeness of the cookies and of course the country.
We won’t judge you if you’re too lazy to bake a cake. It is a holiday after all! So fix up yourself these easy to make and delicious treats!
More red, white and blue. But this time’s it’s a mouthwatering trifle that’ll scoop you off your feet!
A crunchy, buttery and delicious cookies in the colors of the – you guessed it – American flag.
What? You thought we’d forgotten about cupcakes? These beautiful swirl cupcakes are more showstopping than the 4th of July fireworks!
That’s right, ice cream sandwiches. Happy 4th of July America!
Click here to get some more recipes to whip up this Independence Day!
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