If you’re ready to celebrate the 4th of July and are having a get-together, you may be in need of some recipes. Or, you may be attending someone else’s gathering. Check out some options for your appetizers, barbecue and desserts below.
American Flag Grilled Fruit Pizza by Cooking With Janica
This appetizer can also be a dessert and is a delicious, healthier choice to a barbecue menu option than most recipes for your 4th of July barbecue. To get the full recipe and directions, click here.
Tortellini and Maine Lobster Salad by Lobster From Maine
Who doesn’t like succulent lobster added to their party menu? This is a nice option for your menu, whether you’re having a party, attending a bash or just having a meal at home. Check out how to make the dish by clicking here.
Greek Style Nachos by Closet Cooking
Nachos are always a hit, so here’s a different take on the classic party dish. Click here to check out the full recipe.
Lobster and Bacon Stuffed Jalapeno Bites by Lobster From Maine
This is an upscale twist on jalapeno peppers. Stuff your peppers with lobster and bacon for your 4th of July get-together. And, if you’d like to learn how to make this dish, click here.
No-Bake Cheesecake Bars with Fresh Blueberry Sauce by Cooking Classy
Check out these no-bake cheesecake bars that incorporate patriotic colors when you click here.
Red Velvet Cake Mix Cookies
If you’re a fan of red velvet, this dessert is a good option. And, it can be used for pretty much any occasion. Check out the recipe by clicking here.
Dulce de Leche French Toast Casserole by Carlsbad Cravings
Click here to check out how to make this Dulce de Leche French Toast Casserole recipe. Not only is it tasty, it also incorporates colors of the holiday – red and blue.
Lemon Blueberry Cake by Cooking Classy
This cake is blue and white, which works well for the holiday. It’s also a delicious and summery option for the day. If you’d like to check out how to make this Lemon Blueberry Cake, click here.
Easy Coconut Sheet Cake by Southern Bite
This all-white cake is a good option for your 4th of July party. It’s a light, summer dessert, but follows the color scheme of red, white and blue. Add a couple blueberries or strawberries on top to complete the theme. Click here to check out the recipe.