Who doesn’t love a fun patriotic recipe, craft or DIY projects? It helps to set the mood for your party, event or barbecue and the red, white and blue of everything ties the whole thing together. Here are some of our favorite recipes, projects and crafts found around the web.
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We just love this fun Red, White and Blue Cookie bark made with Oreos and M&M’s. We love how cute it is and keep thinking there are so many possibilities to add other things. It’s so fun to look at and makes the perfect treat!
This always catches my eye whenever I come across it in my pinterest recipes. Such a cute little mini pie idea. I adore cooking with my muffin pans, makes perfect, single servings. These mini pies can be made with any fruit or flavor and used for any event. I’m a bit partial to making mini cherry pies for the fourth of july, but mini pumpkin pies for thanksgiving is also on my to-do list.
Jello takes me back to my childhood. And I just love the vibrant red, white and blue color that Lori was able to obtain. I love this and what a fun dessert to eat!
How cute are these little fruit cups? Seem like the perfect mini dessert for your Fourth of July BBQ or really just anytime you want to serve some cute berries to your guests.
How awesome are these? And what a fun surprise for whoever eats one. Take a big bite and get red, white and blue stripes. I love making my own candy, how about you?
Such a fun and festive presentation. I love the mini shot glasses as a serving method, and what a delicious idea for cheesecake trifles. The pretty red, white and blue of these, makes them perfect for your Fourth of July holiday festivities.
You’ve heard of pineapple upside down cake, but these take that just a step further. Individual little cupcakes with a beautiful red, white and blue color!
This is my friend Angie’s punch from a couple years back. Pretty cool how she got that awesome layered look. What a fun addition to your Fourth of July get together!
Everyone forgets about breakfast. The kids (and, come on be honest, the adults too) love having fun food for breakfast on the Fourth of July too. These cute patriotic pancakes fit right in for your Fourth of July breakfast.
You’ve probably seen these before. I know I have. All over pinterest. Cheryl, from Tidy Mom created these adorable little candied apples a couple of years back and they went viral. How could they not? Look at them! The vibrant color, the sprinkles - what a fun, festive treat!
Everyone’s seen popsicle stick flags. I made them when I was in preschool, my kids did and then when I was a teacher I made them with my students. But Ginger Snap Crafts seriously took them up a level and then created this adorable banner with the finished flags. Such a fun idea and nobody would know they were popsicle sticks!
These are really not a decoration, and they are so simple. But the thing is, you just place those on a table and they decorate it just by being cute. I love the presentation on these little bundles of licorice. And who doesn’t love licorice?
And there’s more! Look below for MORE patriotic recipes and crafts!
If you’ve made, or found any cute Fourth of July crafts, recipes, decorations or DIY projects, please feel free to add them to the linky below and share with everyone! Thanks!