Finger Foods You Should Make For Your July 4th BBQ

by Spoon University

Independence Day is upon us, and there is no better way to celebrate freedom than with a few mega delicious Fourth of July finger foods to munch on while you ooh and ahh at the fireworks, right? Whether you are looking for something sweet to nibble on, or you want something a little more filling (um, hello bacon mac and cheese jalapeno poppers), Spoon University has rounded up the best snacks that you absolutely need to have with you if you want to pay proper homage to the ever beautiful U. S. of A. So what are you waiting for? Exercise your right to eat whatever the heck you want with these incredibly amazing, incredibly easy summertime recipes. Trust me when I say they will put to shame pretty much anything else you have sitting on the table at your backyard barbecue. Seriously, your tastebuds are going to be so thrilled.

This Fourth of July weekend is all about our country, the good ole USA. So in celebration of our freedom, we are abandoning utensils and eating everything with our hands. Enjoy these seven delectable finger foods at your Fourth of July party, and spread the utensil-free love. Because America, amiright??

1. Literal Chicken and Waffles

Fasten your seat belts, because there has never been a greater food recipe to grace this planet earth than the actual combining of chicken and waffles. Get the recipe here.

2. Bacon Mac & Cheese Jalapeño Poppers

These mouthwatering poppers have everything you need in life. Put 'em out for a party, and watch it turn into Project X with guests skateboarding off the roof. Get the recipe here.

3. Fruit Wedge Jello Shots

With this Jello shot recipe, you can enjoy an afternoon snack and get your buzz on at the same time. It’s that simple. Get the recipe here.

4. Cheesecake Cookie Sandwiches

This sweet treat will have your guests feelin' some type of way. Cheesecake lover or not, there is a whole lot to love about these delectable bite-sized sandwiches. They don't look too bad on insta, either. Get the recipe here.


This article was originally written by Spoon University.

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