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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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