Fox & Friends Last Minute 4th of July Tips
These 4th of July party tips are so quick and easy that you can actually throw a last minute bash with all of your friends…and they’ll never even know that you waited until the 3rd to get everything together! All of these products sourced are made in the great ole U S of A, only the best for your star spangled soiree!
This Rum Punch is sure to be a hit! Using Cape May rum that is American Made.
2oz Cape May
1 scoop frozen margarita mix
Scoop the frozen margarita mix into a wide mouth glass, top with rum, and if you’re really feeling crazy, throw some whipped cream and a cherry on top!
These may look like water bottles, but they’re actually for your beer bottle! Say goodbye to warm beer and hello to the Bottlekeeper! I love these because they are American made and they keep my beer bottle nice and cool even when the party is out in the sun!
USA LAYERED SHOTS
This adult delight from Mix that Drink will kick off the Fourth of July with a bang! This layered beverage is fun and easy to make. Start with grenadine on the bottom, then slowly layer with blue curaçao and then the vodka. For the vodka I used Stateside because it is made in Philadelphia!
KIDS HYDRATION STATION
This is SO simple and fun for the kids! Using two large drink jugs, I filled them with blue and red Gatorade, then I used blue and white paper straws with my mason jars to make sure this drink doubled as decor! The kids also love having a colorful drink station.
STAR SPANGLED SNACKS
Red Candy Melts
Blue Candy Melts
To make this popcorn you melt the red and blue candy melts separately. You take your popcorn and also separate it into two piles, coating one pile with the red candy melts, the other with the blue candy melts. Then you let them sit for about 10 minutes before tossing them all together and adding Red Hots for that extra Firecracker kick!
Flag Fruit Tray
White Chocolate covered Pretzels
For this flag fruit tray I alternated between strawberries, raspberries, and white chocolate covered pretzels to make the tray look like the stripes on the flag. Then, I used blueberries to resemble the stars. This is a TOTAL hit!