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Extra, But Easy 4th of July Entertaining!

It's never too late to get a group of friends together and have a good time, especially if it's America's birthday! We've rounded up some easy, patriotic FOOD and FUN ideas to make 4th of July favorites a bit more extra!


THE FOOD!


Pickle Cheeseburger Bites (the pickles are the buns)!

DILL PICKLE CHEESEBURGER BITES RECIPE
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Patriotic Chips & Dips

Purchase blue and red corn tortilla chips along with the plain and serve with your faborite salsa, guaucomole or dips!



Flag Fruit Platter

Super easy, but a 4th must have! Display fresh blueberries, strawberries and white chocolate covered pretzels to represent our stars and stripes!


Ice Cream Uncle Samwiches!

Dessert is always necessary and who doesnn't love chocolate and ice cream? Unwrap your ice cream sandwhiches ahead of time and press into red, white and blue sprinkles. Keep in the freezer in a cool tray. Serve for immediate smiles!



THE FUN!


Lawn Decor:
Stars Galore!

What you’ll need:

  • cans of spray paint, we used red, white, and blue

  • cardboard to cut out a star shape

  • knife or kitchen shears to cut the star shape out of the cardboard


Thoughts on spray paint:

  • If there are concerns of using regular spray paint on grass, this kind of spray paint was made with the intention of it being used on athletic fields, so most likely also safe for your lawn.

  • It does behave differently than regular spray paint. For example, it washes off of your fingers much more easily. You also do need to let it dry for a few hours before allowing people to walk on it.

  • It’s also cool because the nozzle is different than regular spray paint nozzles. You can totally invert the can and the paint comes straight out the top.



Lawn Game:

Red, White, and Blue Tag!


Kids and adults alike, will have extra energy after enjoying dessert, so help them burn it off with a fun game of red, white, and blue tag. Depending on your group size, designate two to four to be "it." Let all other players select a red, white, or blue token (like leis, ribbons, poker chips, etc.) to run around. When "it" tags a player, the player hands over their token. The first "it" to collect an item in every color wins!



 

Happy 4th of July!

Scott and Family

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