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Fourth of July Recipe Roundup

June 28, 2018
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Now that it’s almost Independence Day, everything is red, white, and blue all over. Of course, we need our food to match, honey! To celebrate, I wanted to share some yummy vegan recipes you can make for your friends and family on the fourth. Most of these are typical backyard BBQ recipes that my family would normally eat during the holiday, but the vegan versions. I also decided to add some fun and nontraditional Fourth of July recipes for you to try. If you want to save these recipes to your Pinterest, I made a board of all the recipes I used! You can follow it HERE and follow me HERE!

 

Main Dishes

The main dish is always super important. It leaves an impression on your guests and really sets the bar for how “good” vegan food really is. These recipes are sure to not disappoint! If these recipes don’t appeal to you, you can always buy the Beyond Burger or any Field Roast sausage product and grill that for your guests!

Balsamic Garlic Grilled Mushrooms

6 Ingredient Pulled Jackfruit

Brown Sugar BBQ Cauliflower Bites

 

Sides

 

Potato Salad

A classic! At almost every family gathering there is some type of potato salad at the buffet table. Here are TWO recipes that look amazing, one with vegan mayo and one without.

The Best Classic Vegan Potato Salad

Herbed Red Potato Salad Recipe

Other Sides

Summer Corn Salad

Grilled Corn with Sriracha Aioli

Vegan Rainbow Macaroni Salad (GF)

 

Desserts

I saved the best for last, DESSERT! Everyone loves dessert and it’s one of the easiest things to make vegan, without anybody noticing. If you ever go to a potluck and you want to WOW people with amazing vegan food, BRING DESSERT!!! Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk. Here are FIVE recipes that will have your friends and family in shock when they find out they’re vegan.

Vegan Vanilla Pudding

Perfect Gluten-Free Strawberry Shortcake

1 Bowl Vegan Flag Cake

Coconut Water & Fresh Berry Popsicles for 4th of July

4th of July Brownies

 

 

Thanks so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post! Again, if you want to save these recipes to your Pinterest, I made a board of all the recipes I used! You can follow it HERE and follow me HERE!

What are your plans for good ol’ July 4th? Leave a comment down below and let me know!

xoxo,

Mo

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