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Red, White, and Blue Recipe Ideas for the 4th of July

Kosher.com Staff July 3, 2019

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It’s time to salute America’s birthday with some red, white and blue! The easiest (and most fun) way to do that?! Add color to your food, of course!


Below are some delicious and festive recipes that either already feature the patriotic colors, or can easily incorporate them. So go ahead and show off your patriotic side and give them a try!


Some of these recipes missing a color? Try some of these add-ons to complete the look:


  • Red, white or blue sprinkles
  • Powdered sugar
  • Whipped cream
  • Blueberries, strawberries, cherries, watermelon
  • Red, white or blue melted chocolate
  • Red, white or blue straws
  • Coconut flakes
  • Red, white or blue candy
  • Red or blue potatoes


And for some fun holiday activities, be sure to read our latest article.


  1. Pure Pudding by Rorie Weisberg

  2. Berry-Swirl Cake by Faigy Grossman

  3. Mixed-Berry Apple Bake by Rivky Kleiman

  4. Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches by Chef David Blum

  5. Watermelon Gazpacho by Liz Rueven

  6. Deep ‘n Dark Fruity Punch by Faigy Grossman

  7. Cherry Turnovers by Tamar Teitelbaum

  8. Gluten Free Red Velvet Cupcakes by Orly Gottesman

  9. Vanilla Bean Marshmallows by The Baker’s Daughter

  10. Strawberry Tart by Sarah Abitan

  11. Vanilla Strawberry Trifles by Rivky Kleiman

  12. Chimichurri Potatoes by Zehava Krohn

  13. Gluten-Free Strawberry Cupcakes by Elana Amsterdam

  14. Light n’ Smooth Cheesecake by Elky Friedman

  15. Popcorn Balls by Joy Devor

  16. Tutti-Fruity Ice Cream by Victoria Dwek

  17. Festive Vanilla Cupcakes by Janie Chazanoff

  18. Lemon Mousse and Berry Tart by Paula Shoyer

  19. Watermelon Feta Salad by Esther Deutsch