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4th of July Recipes We Love

by Julia Blanter
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We hunted down the craziest 4th of July recipes on Pinterest, because, America! Read on for the best July 4th recipes to make at home, from patriotic pizza skewers to pinwheel pancakes to Uncle Sam mustache pops (yes, we went there). Get ready for some serious fireworks in the kitchen with these easy recipes for July 4th and don't forget to stock up on the ingredients and party supplies you need on Boxed.

1. Patriotic Oreo Pops

These Oreo pops are pure Pinterest, but are actually pretty easy to make. Just dip Oreos into white chocolate and coat in red, white and blue sprinkles. Get the recipe here.

2. Red, White, and Blue Cheesecake

This is what freedom tastes like! Go all-out with a homemade Graham Cracker crust or speed things up with a pre-made one. Get the recipe here.

3. Yankee Doodle Dandy Treats

#CuteOverload idea: serve these Rice Krispie Treats while watching the fireworks. Get the recipe here.

4. Patriotic Deviled Eggs

And you thought dyeing eggs only happened at Easter. Get the recipe here and don’t forget the mayo.

5. American Berry Pie

Yep, this berry pie is as American as…apple pie. Get the full recipe here.

6. Uncle Sam Moustache Pops

The kids will love these, and your Instagram feed will blow up. Win-win! Get the recipe here.

7. Pinwheel Pancakes

Good morning, America! Start your weekend with these weird and wonderful pancake pinwheels. Try them with Kodak Cakes Power Cakes Flapjack & Waffle Mix for an added protein boost. Get the recipe here.

8. Red White and Blue Jello Shots

Raise a jello shot to the land of the free, home of the brave (hic!). Get the recipe here.

9. Hot Dog Bites

July 4th is synonymous with grilling, cookouts… and hot dog eating contests. An annual tradition since 1972, world champion professional eater Joey Chestnut has been known to put away 70 hot dogs, but we prefer the more palatable bite-size form.

Just take Libby’s Vienna Sausage, which are already bite-sized, wrap them in crescent roll dough, and bake until golden. We also like to slather the inside of the pastry with mustard. Then serve with good ol’ American Heinz Ketchup.

10. Coca-Cola Ribs (or Wings!)

Coca-Cola is the secret ingredient in this sweet ‘n’ juicy ribs recipe, combining Coca Cola with brown sugar and soy sauce to make a succulent marinade for ribs while you can bake or grill. Works just as well on chicken wings.

11. Grilled Pizza Skewers

Pizza is the food Americans eat the most, so we thought, What if we gave grilled skewers, that July 4th staple, the pizza treatment? Inspired by this pizza skewers recipe, we marinated cubed chicken in Barilla Marinara Sauce overnight, then threaded the chicken on skewers along with pizza dough strips, grape tomatoes, and peppers. Just before grilling, we sprinkled on Kraft Grated Mozzarella for a cheesy finish.

July 4th, UnBoxed

July 4th is a time to celebrate America and all it stands for: Freedom. Family. The American Dream. And if you’re like us, that dream includes eating some amazing BBQ. If ketchup could talk, it would say so many things beyond that weird noise it makes when you squeeze the bottle a little too hard. As you get ready for fireworks this year, take a moment to check out how much ketchup and drinks the Boxed nation ordered across America this past year. Here is July 4th, unBoxed:

What are you cooking this 4th of July? Tell us in the comments!

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