My boys are all bigger now, but they still want me to celebrate special days and holidays the same way we did when they were younger. So, I knew I needed to come up with a fun 4th of July Drink Recipe for them to enjoy.
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Fourth of July Decorations
We finally decorated for 4th of July this past week. I was really late to decorate this year. I swear time is crawling by and speeding by at the same time.
So, I pulled out my vintage flag and hung it above the fireplace that we just refaced. Then, I pulled out some of my Easy Patriotic Decor and finished up the house. I even used the SVG from my All American Shirt DIY to make a fun patriotic sign!
4th of July Drinks
Fourth of July drinks are so much fun to make! Actually, I really love to make all holiday drinks and recipes. These Fun 4th of July Recipes are some of my all time favorites!
Everyone has seen layered holiday drinks, but no matter how hard I try, I cannot get anything but an ugly mix of colored drinks. So, this year I made my layers frozen!
Easy 4th of July Drink Recipe
I was sent a few sets of fun patriotic cups from Two Funny Girls, and they are perfect for our July 4th celebrations!
I was able to order everything I needed from the grocery store, and we were ready to make delicious frozen drinks in just a few minutes!
- Red Fruit Punch
- Blue Punch
- Whipped Cream
- 4th of July Sprinkles
- Fresh Berries for Garnish
- Cups from Two Funny Girls
- (Amazon Link) Nutri-Bullet or other blender
First, mix 3/4 C of red punch with 1 C of ice in the blender.
Now, pour some of the red slush into cups and place in the freezer.
Next, repeat the first step with the blue punch.
Then, pour the blue slush over the red slush.
Top with whipped cream, sprinkles, and fresh berries!
I *might* have added a little rum to my slushy, and it was SO good!