Top 10 Fourth of July Foods

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Top 10 Fourth of July Foods

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On the Fourth of July we celebrate the birth of our country. In my town this always includes a parade, fireworks, and of course delicious picnic food. Here is a list of the top 10 Fourth of July foods that you may think about making for your family and friends.

Top 10 Fourth of July Foods
Here are some of my favorite fourth of July foods.

 

1. Hot Dogs: Hot dogs are very easy to make for a crowd. Just throw them in boiling water, or onto the grill.

 

2. Hamburgers: Does it get anymore all American than a juicy burger? Consider setting up a buffet bar so that guests can choose their own cheese, vegetables, and condiments.

 

3. Corn on the Cob: In the north, corn on the cob comes into season in early July. The super sweet flavor is unbeatable.

 

4. Potato Salad: This cool, creamy salad tastes best when the potatoes are still slightly firm to the bite.

 

5.  Baked Beans: Beans are a delicious way to feed a crowd without spending much money. They can even be made ahead and put in a crock pot.

 

6. Pasta Salad: Cold pasta, assorted vegetables, and Italian dressing are a cool and refreshing side dish.

 

7. Lemonade: If you are picnicking, chances are it is above 80 degrees outside. Cool off with an icy glass of sweet and tangy lemonade.

 

 

8. Fresh Fruit: Fresh fruit is always a delicious dessert. Try arranging red, white, and blue fruits into a flag. I’d recommend, strawberries, blueberries, and bananas.

 

9. Apple Pie: Ever hear the phrase That’s as American as apple pie? Apple pie has long been a symbol of American culture and prosperity. Try a new twist on the classic by including caramel or walnuts.

 

10.  Smores: If you’re having a cookout Smores are the obvious choice. Try roasting them over a fire, or in a foil pack on the grill. If you aren’t cooking out, consider making a Smores cake or cookies to capture the flavor of the season.

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Fourth of July Foods

  1. TrippyCusp93

    Most of these are always present at family get-togethers at my house! But you picked the perfect staples to a July 4th cookout feast! My stepmother always makes the best pasta salad while my father cooks hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill. I usually bring a dessert….I actually brought s’mores bars to the last cookout we had! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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