3 Super Easy Kid-Friendly Fourth of July Food Ideas {Recipe}

by Melanie Edwards on June 24, 2015 · 0 comments

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Fourth of July is right around the corner and I’m sure you’re thinking of ways to spend the holiday with your family and celebrate Independence Day! I know a fun way to honor July 4th (particularly for kids) is to do everything red, white, and blue – especially food! My kids love all things themed, so putting together a red, white, and blue in-home party is perfect for them. I know they’re going to enjoy the Fourth of July holiday with these simple, kid-friendly red, white, and blue food ideas! Check out how to easily celebrate Independence Day with your kids, using ingredients you can find at your local Walmart!

Kid Friendly Fourth of July Food

Red, White, and Blue Fun with Food: 3 Kid-Friendly Ideas for your Fourth of July

Fourth of July Berrylicious Bubbly for Kids

Ingredients

  • Lemon-lime soda
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Fresh blueberries

Kid Friendly Fourth of July Food

A little fizzy drink is perfect for kids and makes a wonderful treat! We made strawberry and blueberry ice cubes by adding sliced fresh strawberries and a couple of fresh blueberries into our ice cube tray before filling with water. Then, we simply poured lemon-lime soda into a cup with a few of our berry ice cubes and a couple of extra fresh berries! The kids loved their fizzy Fourth of July drinks! You could also do the same with water and make berry-infused water for a non-soda Fourth of July drink.

Red, White, and Blue Chips & Dip

Ingredients

Kid Friendly Fourth of July Food

Chips and dip are a super easy snack and one that kids enjoy. To make ours fit our Fourth of July theme, we layered our chips and dip using red, white, and blue. Layer your blue corn chips with sour cream, then salsa to create a red, white, and blue effect. You could also use cut-up tomatoes or pico de gallo instead of salsa.

Patriotic Frozen Yogurt Sundae

Ingredients

  • Vanilla frozen yogurt
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Fresh blueberries
  • Splenda or sugar (optional)

Kid Friendly Fourth of July Food

What kids don’t love a fun ice cream treat? Our take combines frozen yogurt with fresh berries for a red, white, and blue sundae! Simply mash up a few strawberries in a medium bowl and add a dash of Splenda or sugar if you’d like. Then, pour your mashed strawberries over the frozen yogurt and add a few blueberries on top. Delicious!

We hope these easy and kid-friendly Fourth of July food ideas will help you and your family enjoy the holiday in a fun way! You can also find patriotic dessert ideas on Walmart.com! What other red, white, and blue foods help you celebrate Independence Day?

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