Cutest All-American Snacks for Your Fourth of July Weekend ????????

Raise those American flags and kick up your feet. This weekend is the Fourth of July, and we're celebrating our independence by doing one thing we do best—eating.

American flag flying in the wind

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Check out these ten adorable red, white and blue snacks that will have you feeling more patriotic than ever.

1. Tie Dye S'mores

With just a few ingredients, and the magic of food coloring, you can turn your regular old s'more into this all-American treat. Prep the marshmallows ahead of time and bring them to your Fourth of July bonfire, and you'll be a hit. Guaranteed. Instructions for how to prep this gooey goodness can be found HERE.

Tie Dye Fourth of July S'mores from Studio DIY

(via Studio DIY)


2. Rice Krispies Bark

This no-bake sweet treat screams "Celebration!" It's packed with all of our fave treats including M&M's, Red Vines and sprinkles. Really, how could this recipe do you wrong? Find out how to get your sugar high HERE.

Rice Krispies Bark

(via Mom on Timeout)


3. Berry Fruit Pizza Pie

We know you'll be filled with sweets this weekend, so why not try and sneak some fruit and nutrients into the mix? This recipe requires strawberries, blueberries, apples and blackberries loaded on a pizza pie crust. Fruit on pizza is a movement we can get behind! Find out how to make this HERE.

Berry Fruit Pizza Pie

(via Oh Sweet Basil)


4. Patriotic Smoothie Pops

The sun is blazing outside, and you'll def appreciate these refreshing and festive smoothie pops come Monday. The main ingredients—greek yogurt and fresh fruit—are probs already in your fridge, so you may not even have to make a grocery store run. Check out the recipe HERE.

Red. White and Blue smoothie pops

(via The Cookie Rookie)


5. Star Spangled Pretzel Bites

These pretzel bites are sweet and salty, just the way we like it. They're filled with the candy bar of your choice, and then dipped in white chocolate and sprinkled to perfection. Ugh, our stomachs are growling just thinking about these. Find out how to get that tummy grumble to end by following instructions HERE.

Red. white and blue pretzel bites

(via The Gunny Sack)


6. Red, White and Blue Deviled Eggs

A patriotic spin on a classic snack! Making these is super simple, and you'll be sure to impress your fam and besties. Instructions for making these can be found HERE.

Red, White and Blue Deviled Eggs

(via Singing Through the Rain)


7. Berry Pops

Okay, these berry pops are fit for a fairy, wouldn't you agree? Grab some straws, fruit and a star cookie cutter, and you're in business. Full instructions are HERE.

Berry Pops

(via Bakers Royale)


8. Snow Cone Cupcakes

Believe it or not, these are not real snow cones. Don't panic, they're equally tasty as cupcakes! These require some time and patience, but once they're baked and ready, you'll have endless Instagram opportunities. Instructions for making these cutie cakes can be found HERE.

Snow Cone Cupcakes

(via Bakerella)


9. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

This is not your average dip. This edible dough is packed with peanut butter chips and toffee bits, and is great for dipping animal crackers. Warning: This stuff is addicting. Get ready for cookie overload by following instructions HERE.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

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10. Red, White and Blue Salsa

What's a Fourth of July party without some chips and dip? Make it themed with this strawberry, blueberry, cilantro and jicama salsa! You'll want to eat the whole bowl yourself. Find out how to make it HERE.

Red, White and Blue Salsa

(via The Cafe Sucre Farine)


Besides food, one of our favorite parts of this holiday is the uh-mazing firework displays. Why not try something different this year, like THESE seven safe, but spectacular firework alternatives?!