Here are Fix-It and Forget-It, we would first of all like to wish you all a very happy upcoming 4th of July. We also want you to be safe! I’ve got some yummy recipes listed below for you to check out, but first, we would like to share these tips with you for entertaining during this unconventional time.
- Whenever possible, gather outside rather than in your home.
- Invite one household or individual at a time, rather than hosting a large get-together with multiple families.
- Avoid common touch points as much as you can. Give each guest (or each household) their own dish of appetizers or other finger foods so that you’re not allreaching your hands into the same dishes. You can also set out plates and silverware for each guest so that they’re not grabbing from a common pile.
- Provide a hand washing station or hand sanitizer and have extra masks on hand for guests who may not bring their own.
- Consider setting up small tables with chairs at least six feet apart from each other, rather than having one big table for everyone.
- Be clear about your expectations when you invite guests, and be comfortable reminding people throughout the gathering. It may feel strange (after all, this isnew territory for all of us), but with a little planning and practice it’s possible to be gracious and safe at the same time
And now, we’d like to share with you some incredible recipes for your 4th of July Festivities:
Creamy Mac and Cheese
Pineapple Jalapeno Chicken
BBQ Beef Kabobs
Shredded Lime Chicken
Easiest Ever BBQ Country Ribs
Come Back For More Barbecued Chicken
Barbecued Pork Ribs
Dump Cake – Instant Pot
Moist and Creamy Coconut Cake
Sour Cherry Cobbler
Lemon Raspberry Dump Cake
Cherry Berry Cobbler
Banana Chocolate Chip Bars
Coconut Lime Dump Cake
Blackberry Dump Cake