Kick off your 4th of July with a patriotic party! Independence Day is one day away, but you still have time to prepare your holiday menu. Celebrate the occasion with food that is red, white, and blue, but don’t forget to include some American favorites in your Independence Day feast. When you spend the day loading up on cold beers and patriotic inspired cocktails a heavy meal is the last thing you need. Finger food is the answer to your party planning woes. Check out a few of our favorite small bite recipes for your 4th of July festivities!

1. Patriotic Jell-O Cups

Your 4th of July spread should include a little red, white, and blue! Patriotic Jell-O cups are a delightful addition to your Independence Day menu. With plenty of small bites feel free to skip straight to dessert.

2. Mojito Infused Watermelon

On a hot summer day fresh fruit is vital to any holiday party. Mojito infused watermelon slices do just the trick for rehydrating your guests. Compliment the watermelon slices with extra berries for food that radiates with red, white, and blue!

3. Corn on the Cob

Holidays are an easy excuse to munch on an endless amount of sugary foods, but make sure your 4th of July celebration has some veggies to offer! Grill up plenty of corn on the cob for food that is both delicious and easy for your guests to handle.

4. Spicy Peanut Butter Bacon Sliders

Nothing says America like peanut butter! You know peanut butter is an American favorite when you can’t buy it in most countries outside the United States. But that’s ok, because this 4th of July you can incorporate your American favorites in this delicious slider recipe.

5. Sparkling S’mores

Continuing on the peanut butter trend, these chocolate dipped peanut butter espresso s’mores are filled with the American spirit. This homemade s’mores recipe is finger food at its finest! S’mores are an American classic and it doesn’t hurt to top them with a few sparklers for the 4th of July.

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