The biggest night of the Summer is less than a week away. Naturally my menu is already planned. It’s exhausting just looking at it but I am excited. For anyone who needs some ideas for their Fourth if July cookout, I’ve got you covered. These are just a few of my favorite cook out 4th of July recipes.
This is one of our favorite summer recipes. Its crispy and the perfect blend of salty, sweet, and sour flavor and something a little lighter for you to enjoy.
Every cookout needs a side and this pasta salad could not be more perfect. Its full of all sorts of bright flavors and its easy! Plus, you can make this ahead so you don’t have to be stressed out while you’re getting the main course ready.
What better way to kick off the Fourth of July than cooking breakfast on the grill?! The grill gives the french toast an a crispy layer to an otherwise soft breakfast.
Another super easy breakfast! You don’t even have to turn anything on. Berry’s and donuts. A little naughty and a little nice.
Don’t feel like standing over a grill? Here’s your answer. Let the meat cook till its falling apart in the crock pot and stir it up in this amazing sour meets sweet sauce.
Another recipe you don’t have to turn on the grill for and its perfectly healthy so you can save room for later! This can be an afternoon snack or an easy breakfast.
This is how my family and I are starting the Fourth of July. We start every holiday and birthday with a short stack of our favorite pancakes. This recipe makes great waffles too. And don’t forget a side of cheese.
Not only is this a burger recipe, I’ve added 5 steps to guarantee a perfectly juicy burger. And there is nothing like a good juicy burger.
Red, white, and blue jello is a fun and festive addition to any table. Layer it, pack it with berries, top with whipped cream and sprinkles.
No Fourth of July is complete without homemade ice cream. This is the easiest recipe you could ever ask for too!
For whatever reason Coney Island Hot Dogs scream America to me. Its almost like a sloppy joe sauce smothered on top of a hot dog and topped with mustard. America. Am I Right?
Happy Fourth to everyone! I hope you have fun celebrating with a tasty cookout!