July 4, 2016


Happy 4th!


I saw a neat idea to use frozen yogurt in the middle and blueberries on the bottom and then strawberries and whipped cream on the top to make a scrumptious frozen parfait for celebrating the 4th.


I would be happy with some Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia FroYo, which is frozen yogurt.  Looks good to me.  As a matter of fact, I have a pint of the FroYo in my freezer right now.


I like Sangria and the above looks patriotic for the 4th.  I got some Barefoot Summer Refresh wine which you can get in the red or the white wine.


I think the above star shaped sugar cookie is so cute.  It would be easy to decorate, also.


I like the above idea with a blue Hydranga, red Carnation and white babies breath and think that it is really cute.



I love the 4th of July Brownie Bites idea.  Who doesn’t like brownies.


Then the 4th of July Blueberry Pie.  Neat idea.


I love how they painted the horse shoes just right to make a neat decoration for a door.


I really like broccoli salad and I found the above recipe that is made with no mayonaise.  They use Greek yogurt with all kinds of neat ingredients added to it.  I pinned the recipe on my Pinterest salads board.   I’m making it for supper as I ran out and got sunflower seeds and cranberries earlier.  I have all the other ingredients.  I think it might be kind of good.


My 6 little Grandsons are always making S’mores. They especially like Keebler chocolate striped cookies in place of the graham crackers, sometimes.   Burdick’s Chocolate has an awesome S’more’s kit that I would like to get for them the next time we all get together for a cookout.  I think I would like them as well as the adults in the family, too, for a special treat.


They call it a Gourmet S’mores kit.  It has honey grahams coated with vanilla sugar, chocolate grahams, dark chocolate bars and marshmallow cubes in 3 flavors: vanilla, cappuccino, and passion fruit-raspberry.


Yum!  What made me think of the S’mores kit is the above is the photo for July on my Burdick’s calendar.

All kinds of ideas for the 4th of July.


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