7 Vegan Recipes You Need To Make For Your 4th Of July Party

7 Vegan Recipes You Need To Make For Your 4th Of July Party

With the 4th of July knocking at the door, you’ve most likely gathered ingredients to create an impressive spread. Are you going to fire up the grill and char some vegetables or impress the skeptics with some meatless burgers? The fact of the matter is that so many traditional meat-centric dishes have vegan alternatives nowadays. That said, grilling some Impossible patties or Beyond sausages is not the healthiest way to eat. In fact, it’s just as unhealthy as eating a plateful of burgers and hotdogs. 

Independence Day cookouts commonly revolve around food because food brings people together. People can share stories, laugh, cry, and have a great time cooking and eating together. Much like music, food is a universal language that seems to unite complete strangers. You don’t need words to communicate how delicious a meal is. Hand gestures and facial expressions can reveal the truth!

If your goal is to enjoy delicious food and be a little healthier this Independence Day, head to the grocery store after perusing the following recipes. All of the recipes are vegan-friendly and they range from savory to sweet. After all, you need everything from appetizers and snacks to entrees and desserts for a successful 4th of July celebration. If you end up making one or more of the following recipes, post a picture and tag us @dherbs on the Gram! Stay safe and eat well, everyone!

Watermelon Cucumber Basil Lemonade

A perfectly refreshing drink recipe for warmer weather! This watermelon cucumber basil lemonade is free or added sugars and will enhance your hydration efforts at your sunny 4th of July party.

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Frozen Lemonade

Do you love lemonade but hate the excess sugar and calories that come with it? You’re in for a treat with this healthier, frozen rendition! Make a big batch because it’s a surefire hit that’ll quench everyone’s thirst!

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Rainbow Carrot Slaw

The unfortunate reality of the 4th of July is that people don’t consume a lot of colorful fruits and vegetables. This dish is a beautiful, colorful slaw that has fantastic crunch and sweetness from the rainbow carrots, but the dressing is the star of the dish.

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Tomato Sweet Onion And Parsley Salad

Add some more color and vibrant flavors to your holiday by indulging in this light and refreshing tomato, sweet onion, and parsley salad. The best part is that the flavors only intensify after you mix everything together. 

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Crispy Potato Taquitos

Incredibly satisfying and easy to make, these potato taquitos are stuffed with spiced mashed potatoes and topped with salsa, pickled onions, and crema. People can pick them up and crunch on them all day long, so make sure to make a lot if you want to enjoy a couple!

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Simply Vegan Quinoa Burger

This vegan quinoa burger recipe is easy to make, packed with protein, and incredibly healthy. The patties come together in one mixing bowl. Make sure to cook them in a pan because they may crumble and fall through the grates on your grill.

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Strawberry Coconut Popsicles 

Strawberry coconut milk popsicles are dairy-free, cane sugar-free, and 100% vegan. This recipe is perfect for the hot summer weather. They are like healthier creamsicles!

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