4th of July Menu

Still need some menu ideas for 4th of July celebrations? Look no further! I’ve rounded up some of my favorite recipes along with others from the blog world!


Guacamole with Basil & Shallots

Roasted Vegetable Cheese Spread

Cheese Filled Endeive Leaves from MommyRD


Chicken Satay with Coconut Peanut Sauce

Grilled Pizzas from Fake Food Free

Prosciutto Chihuahua Panini from Eating for England


Artichoke Ravioli Pasta Salad

Greek Potato Salad

Arugula & Apple Salad

Lynn’s Cabbage Slaw with Mango from The Actors Diet


White Wine Mojito

Pomegranate Champagne – add some blueberries for the 4th!


Strawberry & Mascarpone-filled Cupcakes

Banana & Blueberry Popsicles – perfect for little ones – from Weekly Bite

What’s on your weekend menu? If you have some good recipes,  please share below with a link!  Have a safe & happy 4th!



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7 responses to “4th of July Menu

  1. I love the 4th and all the yummy food, I usually make this fruit salad:


  2. We’re headed off camping this weekend, so most of our food will be simple and/or premade — muffins and yogurt for breakfast, sandwiches and pasta salads for lunch, and a couple of fun dinners — couscous, tempeh, and veg in foil packs on the coals one night, and beet and goat cheese salads another night! Woo camping!

  3. Can I come over? haha Amazing menu!
    Check out my blog for my giveaway! 🙂

  4. Woot! Thanks for the love! That sandwich really is a killer 🙂

    I was lucky enough to have food made for me all weekend – not complaining about that one!

    Grilled pizzas are pretty much top of my to-do list though!

  5. Is it bad that when I scanned the menu the alcoholic drinks called my name the most?! haha.

    Hope you had a happy 4th!

  6. A great option for a dinner wealthy in wholesome fats and omega 3s is Freshly’s Lemon Garlic Salmon with Roasted Peppers and Broccoli (pictured above).

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