New Flag Foods for the Fourth

Food Nework Kitchen's Holiday One-Offs, Deviled Egg American Flag.

Photo by: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Kate Mathis, 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

The classic strawberry-and-blueberry flag cake never gets old – we’re partial to Ina Garten’s version that is equally beautiful and delicious. But if you’re inclined to think more outside-the-box this 4th of July while still serving up patriotic pride, here are some new flag-shaped creations to whip up for your celebration.

Show your pride in the Stars and Stripes with this no-peel version of classic deviled eggs.

Food Network Kitchen’s American Flag Caprese Salad.

Photo by: Matt Armendariz

Matt Armendariz

American Colors, Italian Flavors: Flag Caprese Salad

Build an American flag with purple potatoes, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella for a new take on caprese. A large wooden cutting board lined with parchment makes the perfect serving platter.

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No-Bake: Fruit Tart Flag

Fill premade miniature tart shells or phyllo cups with sweet mascarpone cream, then arrange on a tray and top with blueberries and halved strawberry slices to create stars and stripes.

Flag Cake

Flag Cake

Food Network Kitchens Flag Cake

Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, GP. All Rights Reserved

Matt Armendariz, 2012, Television Food Network, GP. All Rights Reserved

Patriotic Funfetti: Sprinkled Flag Cake

For an easy surprise inside a classic fruit-topped flag cake, fold red, white and blue sprinkles into the batter.

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