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4th of July is around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about how you are going to celebrate! Fireworks? Parade? Backyard BBQ? Either way… the food is essential to any good holiday celebration. We put together some of our favorite 4th of July recipes for you. Take a look below and click the links to get started. Enjoy!

American Flag Caprese Salad

This could be your next summer party staple. For holiday recipes, you of course have to get a little festive with it! Turn your caprese salad into an American flag with purple potatoes, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. Serve it on a large wooden cutting board and you’re good to go.

Crab Cake Sliders

These might take a little bit of time to make, but it’s very easy! They are down under a broiler so they can all be made at once. If you’re looking to feed a crowd, this will do it.

Spicy Coleslaw

This is not only an easy recipe, but a quick one too, ready to go in just 5 minutes! Add a little spice to your classic coleslaw ingredients by tossing in some pickled jalapeno. This will take it to the next level!

Loaded Lobster Roll

Another quick recipe, ready in just under 15 minutes! Some lobster meet along with some crumbled crispy bacon will make these loaded lobster rolls just as delicious as it sounds.

Funnel Cake

You of course can’t have a 4th of July party without dessert, right?! This fried dessert is sure to please everyone. Plus, it only takes a quick 10 minutes to make.

Fresh Blueberry Pie

The best part about this blueberry pie, is that you can bake it a day ahead of time! Then, all you have to do is reheat it in the oven for 10 minutes and you’re ready to go. This pie is a must have!

Raspberry Lemonade

Ok, moving on to the drinks, because they are just as important as the food! Adding raspberries to lemonade takes it to a whole new level. This drink is super refreshing on a hot summer day.

Red, White, and Blue Cocktails

Last but not least, what would a 4th of July party be without some red, white, and blue cocktails?! Coating the glass rims with popping colorful candy is an easy way to make your cocktails festive.