During the holidays, I love to have festive snack foods. The more festive the foods, the easier it is for us to get caught up in the holiday spirit. This year will be different because of the global pandemic that’s affecting all of our lives, so I have collected recipes for snack foods to serve at your Fourth of July celebration. Check out these amazing treats.
Why not begin the day with some homemade doughnuts paired with fresh berries for a patriotic breakfast treat?
Dipped strawberries are perfect any time of year, but these patriotic ones are the perfect choice for the 4th of July.
I love how the different colors in these cookies swirl together to give the impression of fireworks. They are cute and festive.
Pretzels dipped in chocolate are delicious. There’s something about the combination of the salty pretzel with the sweet chocolate. The addition of colorful stars make these perfect for the holiday.
Popcorn is a frugal food, and making your own flavored popcorn is brilliant. This makes a great Fourth of July snack.
Bark is a simple recipe that doesn’t require a great deal of preparation. This version combines sweet and salty for a perfect Fourth of July treat.
This a a great treat to have your children help prepare. Alternating fruit with miniature marshmallows makes a great flag display on the serving tray.
These surfboard cookies are too cute for words. They are perfect for any day, but look impressive on your holiday table.
These cookie bars are a great choice to make with your children. They start with a cake mix, so there’s less measuring. There’s no rolling cookies, either, so they’re in the oven in a jiff.
Colorful marshmallows alternated on skewers make a simple and delightful treat. My children love these.
If you’re looking for something a little healthier, you might want to consider making these parfaits. They’re still festive, but they’re a little healthier.
Fudge is always a favorite around here. This multi-colored fudge is a great addition to your Fourth of July dessert table.
These cookies look amazing. I love the detail on the flags. The spiral sparkler cookies look good. Want to impress your friends? Give these cookies a try.
This bark contains, almonds, and pretzels and is decorated with lots of red, white, and blue. It’s a great patriotic treat for the 4th.
I am always amazed when people make stained glass cookies. These cookies are beautiful. They will definitely impress your friends and family.
I love chocolate covered pretzels, and this colorful combination makes a wonderful addition to any Fourth of July celebration.
I adore almond sugar cookies, and these red white and blue cookies take the cake. They are a perfect dessert. They even have a cherry on top.
Trail mix is a summer staple in our household. This combination of patriotic colors makes a great snack for our Independence day celebration.
Star shaped sugar cookies with appropriate sprinkles is all you really need for a perfect treat. You also need the perfect recipe. Click on the photo above to find one.
Cake pops are a fun treat, and I love how these are shaped like stars and decorated with red, white, and blue candy.
These pretzels are a simple and festive choice for a treat for the Fourth of July. They’re great to pack to take to the fireworks, too.
These alcoholic treats for adults were just too adorable to pass up. They’re a very cute and festive treat, and aside from needing to soak for eight hours in the fridge, the preparation is quick.
That’s our list of Twenty-Two Sweet Treats for Fourth of July. Was there something on our list that you liked? We have some others if you didn’t find what you’re looking for here.
If it’s too hot to turn on the oven, there’s also a collection of no bake desserts.
If you want to chill, we have a nice collection of frozen treats, too.
If you’re looking for drinks, we have a collection of eleven patriotic beverages.
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Thanks for visiting Patty Cake’s Pantry. Happy Fourth of July!