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32 Festive 4th of July Recipes to Take Your Holiday BBQ to the Next Level

Woman's Day Logo By Woman's Day Staff of Woman's Day | Slide 1 of 33: Get your 4th of July celebration started with the most delicious 4th of July recipes that will have your friends and family surrounding the food table until the fireworks start. With everything from appetizers and drinks to main dishes and desserts, this list has something for everyone. It’s also the ideal menu for a party of any magnitude, whether you’re just feeding a couple of friends and family or planning a whole neighborhood get-together — socially distanced, we hope. And even better, some of these recipes can be prepped days before your party, like the sangria and peach ice pops, as well as five minutes before the first guests arrive, like the ricotta dip.You can scroll through these 4th of July recipes, and pick-and-choose the ones that make sense for your budget and prep time. But we also won’t judge you if you want to spoil your guests with all this delicious food either.

Get your 4th of July celebration started with the most delicious 4th of July recipes that will have your friends and family surrounding the food table until the fireworks start. With everything from appetizers and drinks to main dishes and desserts, this list has something for everyone. It’s also the ideal menu for a party of any magnitude, whether you’re just feeding a couple of friends and family or planning a whole neighborhood get-together — socially distanced, we hope. And even better, some of these recipes can be prepped days before your party, like the sangria and peach ice pops, as well as five minutes before the first guests arrive, like the ricotta dip.

You can scroll through these 4th of July recipes, and pick-and-choose the ones that make sense for your budget and prep time. But we also won’t judge you if you want to spoil your guests with all this delicious food either.

© Photo credit: Alexandra Rowley; Food stylist: Vivian Lui; Prop stylist: Matthew Gleason

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