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A Fruitful 4th of July!

As I have been saying all last week, it just isn't summer without fruit {especially watermelon and if you missed our lovely watermelon ideas, click here!} and there
  • Rhea Munoz

    4th of July Party Food Ideas: Make a fruit flag: Strawberry, blueberry and banana kabobs line up beautifully to salute the grand ol' flag. The berries are the perfect colors for this no-fuss patriotic dessert (marshmallows make perfect white stripes, too). A drizzle of chocolate syrup goes great with these, but either way, kids and grown-ups alike will eat 'em up! #4thofjuly

  • Julia Hoover

    Happy 4th of July Graphics | Fourth of July Party Food: Patriotic Fruit Flag

  • Paula Wiedemeier

    Fourth of July, seasonal party, Independence Day food ideas, flag fruit kabobs

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Fruit kabobs for the 4th of July

1. Spangled Sandwich Pop by FamilyFun 2. All American Chocolate Covered Strawberries by Grin and Bake It! 3. Red White and Blue Cupcakes by Betty Crocker 4. Red White and Blue Ice Pops by MyRecipes 5. Memorial Day Pretzels by Cupcakes and Cashmere

So this pin came from Tumblr. I am thinking sugar cookies cut out with a star cookie cutter and icing. Arrange into a flag. There ya go:)