Sunday, June 25, 2017

3 Kid-Friendly 4th of July Treats + Celebrate 365 Patriotic Blog Party

Can you believe that 4th of July celebrations will be starting in just a week?!  No matter if you're hosting a big barbecue, or if you're keeping it simple with just watching the local fireworks with your family, you need to make something special and fun for Independence Day.  Here are 3 kid-friendly treats that my family loves to help you celebrate:

3 Kid-Friendly 4th of July Treats - Kid Friendly Trail Mix

My family loves a good trail mix and we created this recipe by combining some of our favorite sweet and salty snacks.  Add some patriotic M&Ms to make it not only kid-friendly but festive too.

3 Kid-Friendly 4th of July Treats - Caramel Crispix Mix

Here's another great snack mix to use patriotic M&Ms in.  You can never have too many snacks on hand when you have kids, are going camping, or if you are hosting a party.

3 Kid-Friendly 4th of July Treats - Red, White & Blueberry Yogurt Pops

There's nothing like cooling down with a popsicle on a hot, summer, 4th of July day.  My kids love these red, white and blueberry yogurt pops.  They're creamy, cool and sweet!

Now it is time for me to find out some of your favorite recipes, decor, crafts and activities to celebrate the 4th of July with.  I've joined up with my other Celebrate 365 co-hosts (Carlee from Cooking with Carlee, Jan from Tip Garden, and Nicole from Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom) to throw a Patriotic Party!  Feel free to link up any of your favorite red, white and blue posts!
Celebrate 365 Patriotic Blog Party - link up your 4th of July recipes, decor, crafts and activities
Also be sure to check out our Celebrate 365 Pinterest Board to pin any and all of our past blog party linked posts!



What's your favorite way to celebrate the 4th of July? Remember to link-up your posts and Comment for a Cause!


3 comments:

  1. You know I am a huge fan of your trail mix recipe so this seems like a great time to make some for the weekend. And from the looks of the link up I have a lot of other great choices to make. Thanks, Val!

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    1. Now the hard choice will be what exactly to make!

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  2. Lots of yummy recipes again. I always find good stuff on your blog parties!

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