Bring Firework Flair to Your July 4th Snacks With These Pop Rocks Recipes
Everyone loves themed party snacks, and the 4th of July makes for some seriously cute treats.
While everyone else is color coordinating their red, white and blue treats for their bash, take your theme game up a notch with Pop Rocks to add a firework flair.
Browse the list below for popping recipes that will make your guests' taste buds burst:
These Honeydukes-esque lollis put the "pop" in Pop Rocks. The best part is that this recipe is super simple and only takes a few minutes and ingredients to make! Get the recipe HERE.
(via Pastry Affair)
Sparkling Brownie Bites
Use Pop Rocks as a topping to add an extra pop to a store-bought brownie. Swirl with some homemade or store brand frosting and sprinkle on the pops for a sparkling treat. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Recipe Girl)
When in doubt, roll truffle balls in red and blue Pop Rocks. These are like a patriotic version of Fizzing Whizbees. But be careful because these little bites are addictive! Get the recipe HERE.
(via How Sweet Eats)
Your Pop Rocks will be in full force as they snap and crackle like fireworks in your creamy and cool beverage. Get the recipe HERE.
(via I Heart Arts N Crafts)
These treats may be a little more labor intensive but they are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Shaped like old-school firecrackers, these are the themed treat that will make your 4th of July bash the best on the block. Get the recipe HERE.
(via That's Nerdalicious)
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Everyone loves a good chocolate-covered strawberry. Before letting the white chocolate dry, roll these sweet treats in red or blue Pop Rocks for some star-spangled strawberries. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Fashionably Bombed)
Extra Popping Popcorn
Why stop with one pop? Sprinkle the candy over a white chocolate drizzled bag of popcorn and you have yourself a patriotic twist on a favorite treat. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Foodie Fun)
Rim any refreshing and festive drink with Pop Rocks by adding a layer of honey before stamping each glass into the candy. This will make each drink look extra cute. Get the recipe HERE.
(via Gimme Some Oven)
It doesn't get much easier than this simple snack. Roll marshmallows in the crushed candy and stick them onto a patriotic skewer. This will add a much-needed crunch to the soft and gummy marshmallow. Get the recipe HERE.
(via The Decorated Cookie)
Firecracker Rice Krispie Treats
For treats that go snap, crackle and double pop. Get the recipe HERE.
(via The Sweet Chick)
Red, White and Blue Bark
This chocolate bark is so addictive you'll have a hard time sharing. This is Independence Day, after all. Get the recipe HERE.
(via My Chinet)
For some last minute party planning inspo, click HERE to get DIY tips on throwing the ultimate 4th of July backyard bash.