10 Great 4th of July Themed Recipes

10 Great 4th of July Themed Recipes // Bubby and Bean
1. 4th of July Rice Krispie Treats, Say Yes  //  2. Berry Tart with Dairy-Free Vanilla Bean Custard, Against All Grain  //  3. Blueberry, Strawberry & Jicama Salsa, Two Peas and Their Pod  // 4. Red, White, and Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles, The View From Great Island  //  5. 4th of July Fruit and Cheese Platter, Say Yes  //  6. Birthday Cake Pie with Chocolate Mousse and Berries, Foodie Crush  //  7. Red, White, and Blue Quinoa Salad, Lemon Tree Dwelling  //  8. 4th of July Treat Cones (more of a DIY than a recipe, but anything involving hidden candy is okay by me), Oh Happy Day // 9. Wave the Flag Cupcakes, Blueberry Council  //  10. Bomb Pop Shots, A Beautiful Mess   

The Fourth of July is one week from today, and I can’t wait. It’s one of my favorite days of the year. To me, it represents everything I love about summer – celebration, friends, sunshine, fireworks, and food. I’m especially excited this year because Robbie gets to stop home from tour on the fourth, so we’ll all be able to celebrate with our friends as a family. And while the plan is to continue to focus on my clean eating routine into July, I will absolutely be taking the fourth off to fully savor as many delicious foods as possible. While searching for some fun food ideas to create and bring to the party we’ll be attending (I am a sucker for holiday themed foods), I came across these delightful looking recipes, so I thought I’d share them here for this summertime edition of 10 Great. While all of these are vegetarian, you could easily incorporate meat into the savory dishes. Enjoy!

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