This Easy American Flag Snack Tray is the perfect dish to take to your Holiday Pot Luck. Made with Blueberries, Strawberries, and White Cheddar Cheese. You will be the hit of the party if you show up with this snack tray. I promise you that.
This American Flag Snack Tray is so fun and a healthier option for your buffet table. If you also are looking for dessert options, go with Easy 4th of July Patriotic M&M Cookies or Easy Independence Day Cupcakes (4th of July). These dishes are all in keeping with the Patriotic theme and are perfect for Memorial Day or the 4th of July.
Yes, mozzarella or swiss cheese are both also white or even white American would work.
You could use blackberries for blue, for red - raspberries, watermelon, maybe cherries. If you wanted to use vegetables, cherry tomatoes would work. For white possibly bananas would be a good substitute.
I would think a day or 2 ahead would work if it were covered with plastic wrap and kept in the refrigerator.
Put everything in an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.
How to Make An Easy American Flag Snack Tray :
Ingredients Needed :
- White Cheddar Cheese
- A Tray for Displaying
Gather Strawberries, blueberries, and cheddar cheese along with the platter.
Prepare the strawberries. Wash them and remove the tops.
Begin building the flag. put blueberries in a bowl in corner of the tray to hold the spot. Start laying the strawberries in rows.
Build the flag. Alternate strawberries and white cheddar cheese. Pour blueberries out of bowl into the corner of the platter.
The finished flag ready to serve.
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Easy American Flag Snack Platter
- Cutting Board
- 6-8 lbs Strawberries
- 1.5-2 lbs Blueberries
- 16 oz White Cheddar Cheese
- Wash and dry fruit thoroughly .
- Cut stems off of strawberries
- Put blueberries in a bowl and put them in the corner of the tray to be a place holder
- Slice the cheese in small ¼ inch slices
- Make double rows of strawberries alternating with the cheddar cheese
- As seen in the pictures
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