5 Easy Fourth of July Snack Ideas

Fourth of July Snack Ideas

If you follow my blog, you already know that I love making food fun for my boys! In this post, I’ll share some Fourth of July Snack Ideas that you can make to make mealtimes fun for your little ones!

See Also: 5 Simple Valentines Day Snack Ideas For Kids & Simple Lunch Ideas For Picky Eaters – Fun Food Presentations

5 Easy Fourth of July Snack Ideas

1. American Flag

You can make this adorable American Flag by making a square with blueberries then lining up sliced strawberries and bananas on a plate. So easy and so fun! This was just small flag made for my boys but you could also make a larger version to serve at a fourth of July cookout! Fourth of July Snack Ideas

2. Red, White, and Blue

To make these adorable red, white, and blue snacks, I first cut off the bottom of my strawberries so they could stand up straight. Next I scooped out the top of my strawberries and added a little whipped cream. I then topped each strawberry with a blueberry. Yummy!Fourth of July Snack Ideas

3. Star Sandwich

I packed this fun Fourth of July themed lunch for a recent trip to the zoo. Using a cookie cutter, I cut my boys’ Nutella sandwiches into a star shape. I paired the sandwich with a side of blueberries, red peppers, and cubed cheese. Pick-Ease is the perfect utensil for on-the-go meals!  Fourth of July Snack Ideas

4. Fruit and Cheese

To make this fun Fourth of July snack, I used a small star shaped cookie cutter to make watermelon stars. I then scattered my stars on a plate with blueberries and cubed cheese.Fourth of July Snack Ideas

5. Fourth of July Snack Mix

This snack mix is from a recipe I found on Pinterest from the Glorious Treats blog. She used mini pretzels, popcorn, chex, peanuts, M&Ms, sprinkles, and white chocolate. I made a very similar mix for Valentines Day and it was delicious. My boys and I will be making this recipe for our annual Fourth of July cookout. I’m sure it will be a huge hit!

Fourth of July Snack Ideas

Photo by Glorious Treats

Wishing you and your family a safe and Happy Fourth of July!