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4th of July Snack Board Ideas

Posted by Mekenna Malan on

Let's be honest, eating food on the 4th of July is the most exciting part! While you're waiting for the grill to heat up, why not munch on a red, white and blue snack board? We compiled three patriotic appetizer boards below to help you feed any type of crowd at any time on our favorite summer holiday.

If you're feeling fancy...

Entertaining your friends this 4th of July? Splurge on fancy meats, cheeses, and in-season fruit and veggies. Bonus: fill in the holes of your snack board with sprigs of fresh herbs to make it look even more plentiful and colorful.

4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards
4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards

Red: Raspberries, strawberries, cherry tomatoes, sliced salami, sliced prosciutto and radishes
White: Sharp white cheddar cheese, seeded crackers, multigrain crackers and fresh mozzarella pearls
Blue: Blueberry goat cheese log, blackberries, blueberries and purple grapes

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To feed the kids...

While adults might love the idea of munching on a crunchy red radish, picky eaters might not! Craft a kid-friendly snack board by including healthy snacks they love as well as treats.

4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards
4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards

Red: Red pepper matchsticks, cherry tomatoes, watermelon, strawberries and wrapped Mini Babybel cheese
White: Sliced apples, sharp white cheddar cheese, yogurt covered pretzels and multigrain crackers
Blue:
Blue corn tortilla chips, blackberries, purple grapes and blueberries

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For a patriotic breakfast...

Who said the red, white and blue celebration doesn't start until dinnertime? Get the entire family in the patriotic spirit by creating a breakfast board that fits the theme and is sure to fill everyone's bellies.

4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards
4th of July Food Ideas | Red White and Blue Snack Boards

Red: Raspberries and strawberries
White: Sliced bananas, waffles and cream cheese
Blue: Blackberries and blueberries

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What are your favorite 4th of July traditions? Let us know in the comments!
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  • This is such a simple but super fun and yummy idea!! I love it :)

    Mariana on

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