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Fourth of July Recipe Roundup!

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Happy Independence Day to all of my fellow Americans out there! In case you’re still trying to figure out your cookout menu for today, I thought I’d gather all of my favorite recipes for the 4th in one place.

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Let’s start things off with those Buttermilk Biscuits I shared a few days back. So fluffy, so flaky, and so easy to make.

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Rhubarb season’s end is approaching fast! Snag some of the last stalks from your local farmer’s market along with some strawberries like I did and make aΒ crumble. This one took me all of 15 minutes to assemble and it was perfect hot and bubbly from the oven with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.

DSC_0038These Confetti Cookies will rock the socks off any kid or adult. Try red, white and blue sprinkles for a festive twist.

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Oh, and speaking of crowd-pleasers, who doesn’t love a good M&M cookie? Especially when it’s made with brown butter, like these beauties.

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For a fun dessert, make homemade Graham Crackers and toast some marshmallows over your grill for yummy s’mores.

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And who could forget the classic Apple Pie? This salted caramel version is to. die. for.DSC_0049

If you’re making a pie, why not dress it up with some stars? Just use a cookie cutter to make shapes out of your pie dough and lay them on top of the pie in place of a lattice just like I did in this Nectarine BlueberryΒ version.

What are you making this Fourth of July weekend? Let me know in the comments!

Happy nibbling everyone!

2 Comments

  • Reply
    Rae
    July 4, 2015 at 2:24 am

    It’s like a 4th of July recipe extravaganza! Love it! Will definitely be trying the pie one soon.

    • Reply
      bklynnibbler
      July 4, 2015 at 7:42 am

      Thank you! Let me know how the pie turns out πŸ™‚

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