You’ve just added the most comfortable outdoor furniture. You’ve got the umbrellas in just the right place. Family and friends are coming over for a 4thof July Backyard BBQ. What to serve or even what to ask your guests to bring? Assign a recipe and enjoy your celebration.
Potato salad is a staple of BBQs and it can’t be missing from the table on Independence Day. This creamy dish contains rich flavors in every bite.
Ribs take time, but the patience and care pay off with a tender and savory summertime tradition. Don’t forget the gooey, tomato-based sauce.
To make the celebration sail smoothly, you can precook the chicken in the oven and store overnight in the refrigerator. Warm up the chicken on the grill and brush it with the homemade BBQ sauce.
Beer brats on a skewer means you can take your BBQ with you anywhere in the yard for games or getting another drink. Baste these kebabs in a beer-brown sugar sauce and prepare yourself to not be able to put them down.
Cool off in the summer sun with this refreshing and hydrating lemonade made with watermelon, coconut water, lemons and raspberries.
Instead of hunting for all your s’mores ingredients, make these handy kits ahead of time for a relaxing evening while watching fireworks.
No baking is required for these tasty, patriotic cookies. All you need are Oreos, colored chocolate melts and a microwave.
These healthy popsicles are made with strawberries, blueberries and pure yogurt for a colorful treat.
Inspired by summer pies, these lemon cookie cups don’t take long to make and are easy to enjoy without making a mess. Fill the lemon sugar cookie crust with fresh lemon cream and add some berries to the top. Scrumptious!
Try not to stuff yourself on these delicious recipes! Have a safe and happy 4th of July!