Fourth of July
Give Old Glory her due with a Fourth of July menu that includes favorite dishes from one of our Founding Fathers, our grilling options for pork, chicken or beef plus a Firecracker Cheesecake that will steal the show.
This easy Fourth of July fruit flag can be made in minutes.
Red, White and Blue Parfaits with Ricotta and Almonds
Berries, ricotta, and almonds combine for a patriotic dessert.
Red White and Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles
A healthy, fruit-filled version of classic Fourth of July popsicles.
Strawberry-Blackberry Sour Cream Scones
These fruit scones are a healthy red, white, and blue dessert for the Fourth of July.
Blue Velvet Cupcakes with Strawberry Drizzle
These blue velvet cupcakes are not only patriotic, but healthy to boot.
Turkey Vegetable Sliders
Kid-sized plates need kid-sized food. These Turkey Vegetables Sliders, with zucchini and carrot, are a perfect choice for kids.
Potato and Asparagus Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette
This potato salad is delicious at room temperature or chilled. Either way, it is a “summer picnic safe” potato salad: no mayo.
Italian-Style Steak Wrap (Piadina)
An alternative to panini, this grilled sandwich stuffs in the veggies with dabs of melted cheese.
This salsa capitalizes on a plentiful crop of cucumbers and tomatoes harvested in the summertime. Try using heirloom tomatoes like Cherokee Purple and Brandywine.
Brie Crostini with Blueberry Compote
Brie on baguette rounds meets its match in a compote of fresh blueberries and mint for an easy party appetizer.
Sliders are the new Super Bowl burger—these are just a bite or two, but packed with a tasty layer of spicy guacamole.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
This spicy dip—high in calcium and vitamin C—is a perfect party appetizer served with a vegetable dunkers or toasted pita crisps.
Edamame Dip with Pita Crisps
Edamame stands in perfectly for garbanzo beans in this dip reminiscent of hummus.