These 4th of July snacks are creative and fun, and they’re easy enough for kids to make! Try one of these cute patriotic snacks for your Independence Day celebrations.
4TH OF JULY SNACKS KIDS CAN MAKE THEMSELVES
Patriotic Almond Bark Popcorn
This red, white, and blue popcorn makes a sweet 4th of July snack.
Cookie Cutter Fruit Salad
Watermelon stars and fresh summer berries make a great healthy snack.
Red, White and Blue Fruit Salad
Apple cubes and sweet berries make a beautiful 4th of July snack that your kids will love to help throw together.
Patriotic Trail Mix
This easy 4th of July snack will be just as fun for your kids to make as it will be for them to eat!
Red, White and Blue Flag Toast
Your kids can make this toast for breakfast, lunch, or as a healthy 4th of July snack.
Red, White and Blue Fruit Cones
These dipped cones are a cute and easy way to get your kids to eat their fruit.
Fun and Easy Fruit Rockets
Your kids can make these fun fruity snacks to help them get excited for the real fireworks.
Parmesan, Cheddar and Basil Stars
These savory 4th of July snacks will be a blast to make with your kids!
Grilled Blackberry, Strawberry, Basil and Brie Pizza Crisps
More of a lunch than a snack, these pizza crisps can be laid out to look like American flags – or whatever else your kids decide!
Hand your kids a cookie cutter and a slice of watermelon, and they can make this cute 4th of July snack themselves!
Patriotic Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon-Sugar Star Chips
With chips as fun as these, your kids will beg to eat their fruit!
4th of July Firecracker Dogs
Your kids will have a blast helping you make this fun 4th of July snack. We love the cheese stars on top!
Do you have any favorite 4th of July snacks you make with your kids? Share them below and have a happy 4th of July!
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6 thoughts on “4th of July Snacks that Kids Can Make Themselves”
Though I don’t have kids myself, I can think of a number of adults who would be just as excited about this post… Great work!
What awesome recipes. They all look like such fun but I will have to start with the popcorn.
I’m totally saving these recipes for me and my daughter to make! Great round-up!
My 18 month old loves to help “cook” by putting the cut up fruit in the dish.
So playful. So much fun to work with the kids. There are lots of good ideas in this round up