1) RICE CRISPY TREATS
•Rice crispy's (pre-made in a glass pan)
•Red and blue melted chocolates
•White melted chocolate in ziplock bag, tip cut off
•Festive sprinkles (blue, red, and white)
•Festive straws (you can find these festive high quality straws at your local craft store or even Target)
Cut your rice crispy's into squares, and stick the straws halfway into the cubes. Then, dip half of the cube into one of the melted chocolates and let them sit on a trey of some sort or a plate. Then, you can drizzle some melted white chocolate or some sprinkles on top, let them dry, and remove them from the trey or plate and put them on a separate plate, and there you have it! Super simple yet so pretty.
2) BUCKET OF CHERRIES
•Melted white chocolate
Dip your cherries 3/4 of the way into the melted chocolate, and dip half of the white chocolate into the blue sprinkles, and put those on a plate, and let them harden, or you can eat them right away, and put them in a cute blue bucket.
3) JELLO CUPS
•Blue, white, and red jello packets
Follow the instructions on the back of each jello packet. Pour your red color first to the bottom, 1/3 of the way, and let that set. Then, do the same with the white, let that set, and the blue, and let that set. Put it all in a plastic cup, and you have a layered jello cup!
4) OREO POPS
•Cake pop sticks
•Blue, white, and red melted chocolate
Stick your cake pop sticks halfway inside your Oreo and stick that into your melted chocolate. Rest that on your parchment paper, which should be on a baking pan, and you can put the rest of the melted chocolate into ziplock bags and cut the tip, and drizzle that on top, or drizzle some sprinkles, or do both, let that sit inside your refrigerator or freezer for a couple of hours or overnight.
5) FESTIVE STRAWBERRIES
•White melted chocolate
Dip your strawberry 3/4 of the way into the melted chocolate, and dip the melted chocolate halfway into the sprinkles, place that on some parchment paper on a baking pan and let that chill for a couple of hours or overnight.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post, and if you guys decide to recreate any of these treats, make sure to use the #4thofjulydiy or #lookneondots, or you can tag me on my Instagram account, which I will link down below. Make sure to follow me to see when I will be posting. Kisses to my neonators!