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Healthy 4th of July Alternatives

- Isabelle Ober

Hey girls!  Independence Day is coming up real fast and we couldn't be more excited!  Fireworks, sparklers, friends, family, and most importantly... BARBECUES!  What better way to celebrate the 4th than with healthy, delicious food?  We've found some awesome products and recipes for your 4th of July celebrations that are too good to be true.  Enjoy!

1. The IMPOSSIBLE Burger

Calling all meat-lovers, vegetarians, and vegans!  Who doesn't love a nice, juicy burger on the 4th of July?  This delicious plant-based burger is a healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to regular beef patties.  It is made from simple, all-natural ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, and potatoes.  Although it is made from plant-based ingredients, it still smells, sizzles, bleeds, and tastes like the meaty burger that people love.  So throw these patties on the grill, finish it off with your favorite toppings, and guiltlessly indulge in your tasty masterpiece.

2. Boochcraft 

 Kombucha is the latest beverage craze for all the right reasons.  It is tangy, delicious, and boosts your digestion and immune function through tiny probiotics.  Kombucha also has small traces of alcohol through the process of fermentation, and Boochcraft took advantage of that.  They created the ultimate, healthy alternative for beer and wine!  While you enjoy getting a nice buzz, you also get loads of probiotics, vitamins, and minerals.

3. Triple Melon Cream Pops

 The best summer fruits all in one!  Watermelon, cantaloupe, and melon are naturally sweet and full of great vitamins including vitamin A and C.  These Triple Melon Cream Pops are a healthy alternative to other ice creams and popsicles, are great for any summer occasion, and kids will love it too!  These sweet treats should be a staple in your summertime freezer.

Wishing you a happy, healthy and safe fourth of July! Be sure to check out our last post for styling advice for your celebrations. 

 


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