The 4th of July is less than a week away so it’s time to start preparing for your weekend camping trip. When it comes to the food you’ll eat for the holiday, color-themed is the best way to go. All your snacks and treats will be tasty and can you imagine having a full set up with just red, white and blue? It may sound difficult and far-fetched, but don’t worry! RVUSA.com has perused the web for the most creative and delicious 4th of July snacks for you and your campfire buddies. Let us know what you think!

1. Red, White and Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

You’ll probably need to make these cheesecake bars before you set out on the road, but they’re most definitely worth the preparation!

2. Red, White and Blue Mini Fruit Pizzas

If the purpose of the 4th of July is for you to relax, this recipe is for you. It’s homemade sugar cookies topped with a cream cheese frosting and fresh berries! To make it easier, use store bought cookies.

3. Fruit Salad

Looking for a healthier recipe to bring with you to the campsite? This simple Fruit Salad is the perfect option and is covered in reds, whites and blues!

Tie Dye Smores (picture: Studio DIY)

4. Tie Dye Fourth of July S’Mores

A patriotic twist on a classic campfire treat, these S’mores will easily be the most talked about dessert at your get together.

5. Berry Cobbler Dessert Camp Recipe

Who said you can’t have cobbler when camping? This recipe lets you prepare it beforehand or cook it right in your Dutch oven.

6. Triple Berry Gingersnap and Granola Yogurt Parfait Recipe

Here’s another no bake recipe that’s sure to please a crowd. To make this easier, set up a DIY assembly line so everyone can make their own parfaits. Easier on you and more fun for everyone!

7. Patriotic Trail Mix

This recipe is a mix of marshmallows, red and blue M7M, twizzlers and Chex covered in white chocolate. The perfect 4th of July treat. Just be sure to keep it over ice so the chocolate doesn’t melt.

Red, White, and Blue Pinwheel Cookies (picture: Just A Taste)

8. Red, White and Blue Pinwheel Icebox Cookies

These soft and chewy cookies are the way to make your 4th of July trip a breeze. Make the dough beforehand, then just cut and pop in the oven wen you’re ready for a sweet treat!

9. Patriotic Popcorn

This is a great recipe to make over a campfire. Simply pop the kernels along with sugar and food coloring. A fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday! (And the kids will love the sound of the kernels popping!)

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