Red, White, and FOOD!

Here are some Willow Bird recipes that are perfect for your 4th of July celebration! If I had to tell you just one thing you have to make in order to fully enjoy all the fireworks and summer heat, it’d be the Old-fashioned Burger Stand Burgers. Everything else is delicious, too, but I’m craving one of those tender, thin, salty, juicy, tangy burgers right this second! And it doesn’t get much cuter than the printable fry pouches and checkered trays.

Old-fashioned Burger Stand Burgers with Easy Fries (and cute pouch/tray printables!)

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles

Itsy Bitsy Berry Cream Pies

Deconstructed Pizza Bites

Pretzel Dogs

Red Berry Pie

Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade

Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade

Stay tuned later this week for a cute party banner that you can make with minimal effort and about $8. I made the whole thing while watching America’s Got Talent, so it obviously doesn’t take much concentration, either! Happy eating!

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16 responses to “Red, White, and FOOD!

  1. Even though I don’t share your food heritage and nostalgia for these dishes I can’t help feeling excited about your party. I would love one of those pretzel dogs – have always meant to make them, so thanks for reminding me. Enjoy your celebrations.

  2. I’m loving your burger recipe! We have to try these soon! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. Mmh pretzel dogs. I’ll have one of those with a strawberry lemonade and an itsy bitsy pie for dessert 🙂 I’m so bummed I’m not here for the fourth. Stupid job.

  4. Everything looks so amazing but I am fixated on those mini cream pies!

  5. I would love to be at your 4th of July party to help you eat all this food!

  6. Toria

    I’m not American, but i’ll will definitely be making some of these for my family’s Canada Day BBQ!

  7. I remember some of these from when they were posted individually. Together they make a great menu for a J

  8. Thanks for the menu inspiration.

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