Flag Graham Crackers

Flag Graham Crackers
Happy Birthday to you,
happy birthday to you!
happy birthday dear America,
happy birthday to you!

We salute you and all of your FREE ways, America!

About one month ago, I got a hankering for some strawberry shortcake. It sounded delicious, but I didn’t have the Strawberry cuttingenergy or the time to make it. I tried this as an alternative, and it didn’t disappoint! My toddler even helped me cut the strawberries, and my husband said:

“I want to NOT like this because the combination of ingredients sounds unappetizing, but I want to eat more! It tastes like strawberry shortcake!”

Mission accomplished. This July 4th, we will be celebrating with neighbors and I can’t wait to bring these Flag Graham Crackers to our neighborhood party. The beauty of this dessert/snack is that it is so simple, no recipe is really even needed.

4 ingredients, 10 minutes, no-bake…perfect for a busy parent with small kids!

Flag Graham Cracker recipe:

Age: 15 months plus
Food storage: best served immediately
Total time: 10 minutes
Serving options: self-feed, family friendly

  • graham crackers
  • cream cheese
  • organic strawberries, diced
  • organic blueberries, diced
  1. Spread a thin layer of cream cheese over a graham cracker.
  2. Add the strawberries and blueberries to emulate the American flag.
  3. EAT!

We also enjoy these non-holiday strawberry graham crackers for a special dessert or snack. My kids and husband LOVE them!

Strawberry Graham Crackers

We hope your Independence Day is filled with joy, family, and friends! We’ve seen the Independence Day pies… what are your favorite July 4th desserts?

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About Amy Godiwalla

Amy Godiwalla is co-author of the What a Good Eater! cookbook, available on Amazon. Amy and her husband, Shaun, live in Denver, Colorado, with their two little boys. When Amy is not feeding little mouths or inventing recipes, she enjoys hiking, yoga, snowboarding, cooking, entertaining, traveling to the mountains, sipping hot chocolate at ski resorts, and wine tasting.

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