July 4th Treats

Sun is out, fireworks are booming, and it’s America’s birthday! Other than some sunscreen and plenty of water, patriotic treats and desserts are necessities. Check out some easy desserts to bring to the cookout to impress your family and friends! (Click the titles for each of the recipes)

Red, White, and Blue Brownie Pizza

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Pizza made out of brownie batter – what else could you want? This dessert is easy to make and looks great. Talk about impressing your friends!

Strawberry Blueberry Yogurt Pops

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July 4th is fun and all, but it’s generally HOT in July. While you’re sweating and playing an intense game of cornhole, a cool treat like this will sure help you out.

No Bake Summer Berry Icebox Cake

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Since summer is in full swing, the last thing you want to do is heat up your house by using the oven. This no-bake cake just uses the freezer so it will keep you and your house cool!

Patriotic Pretzels

Don’t like strawberries or blueberries? Here’s a recipe for you! Chocolate covered, salty pretzels are a perfect portable snack for 4th of July festivities.

Oreo Pops

Dessert on a stick. Oreo Pops are a simple dessert that look very festive for the 4th. America’s birthday wouldn’t be a real birthday celebration without America’s favorite cookie!

July 4th S’mores Dip

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S’mores, minus the bonfire, but equally delicious. Check it out!

American Pie

This American Flag Pie is pretty simple to make and is the perfect centerpiece of your cookout. And it kind of makes you want to start singing the national anthem or shout “USA, USA, USA” while you eat it.

Give these recipes a try and make your family jealous of your baking skills! Happy 4th of July everyone! Whip up some of your favorite tasty treats, kick off your flip flops, and let the good times roll.


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