Can you believe that it’s almost the Forth of July? Seriously… time is flying way too quickly. Wasn’t it JUST Valentines Day? Sigh…
One of our local grocery stores has already started to stack the shelves with Back-to-School supplies. Ugh! Our daughter just graduated high school this past Friday. I don’t want to think about Back-to-School time for at least another eight weeks.
Are you planning on hosting (or attending) a Forth of July party? If so, check out this easy to make recipe to show off you Patriotic spirit. It’s a nice change of pace from the usual chips and dips available at most parties. Plus it’s made from better for you snack options.
This recipe is from Pirate’s Booty Fruity Booty and Rickland Orchards.
Here is what you’ll need to create this festive treat
- 1 package of Pirate’s Booty Fruity Booty
- 1 package of Rickland Orchards Greek Covered Almonds
- 1 package of your choice of a blue candy/nut (M&Ms, jelly beans… what ever you can find).
Mix all the ingredients together and serve in Patriotic bowls.
That’s it! How easy is that to make. It’s something your children could easily whip up while you are busy focusing on other foods for your party.
As I mentioned earlier in the post, this recipe is made with better for you snack options.
Pirate’s Booty Fruity Booty:
- Baked rice & corn puff
- 0g of Trans Fats
- Cholesterol and Certified Gluten Free
- Peanut and tree nut Free
- No Artificial Colors, Flavors or Preservatives
- Made with Real Fruit
Rickland Orchards White Almonds:
- Dry roasted almonds covered in a Greek yogurt coating
- Two times more protein and fewer carbohydrates than regular yogurt
- Trans Fats and Cholesterol Free
When looking for something “blue” try and find something better for you like the Pirate’s Booty and Rickland Orchards White Almonds. Maybe you can find a blue coated nuts? For this recipe we used blue chocolate candies.
If you are looking for more great snack options for your holiday party, backyard barbecues, camping or picnics be sure to try out other Pirate’s Booty products. My family is a huge fan of Pirate’s Booty. They are a great anytime snack.
I just recently learned about Rickland Orchards. They have a lot of yummy Greek yogurt products that I am interested in trying out. Their Greek On The Go snacks look and sound so good.
For more information about Pirates Booty please visit PiratesBrand.com. And for information about Rickland Orchards visit RicklandOrchards.com. Both brands can be found on social media. All links are found on their website.
What do you think about this recipe? Would you be interested in trying it out for yourself? What would you choose for the “blue” color?
Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from my readers.
*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.