These 10 recipes are perfect for cookouts and summertime fun! They’re paleo, AIP, and many are also whole30.

Paleo & AIP Fourth of July Recipes

Can you believe that the fourth of July is here?! Where does the time go? It feels like it was just January and here we are in July. Living in Dallas, it starts to feel like summer here in May, so I have been ready for the fourth of July for a while now.

These recipes are great for adding to your fourth of July menu or just saving for the rest of the summer!


10 Paleo Fourth of July Recipes

1.Greek Chicken Burgers

These Greek Chicken Burgers are a great way to mix it up from regular beef burgers. They’re topped with dairy-free tzatziki and taste great with cucumber, red onion, and sweet potato fries.


2. Ginger & Fruit Infused Water

This infused water is simple, but a serious crowd pleaser! All you need is a big pitcher, fresh fruit, ginger and water for a beautiful and easy drink to share.

infused water 

3. BBQ Chicken Poppers

These BBQ Chicken Poppers are amazing appetizers for a big party or the main dish for a small gathering.


4. Strawberry Balsamic BBQ Sauce

Looking for a tomato and nightshade free BBQ sauce? This strawberry balsamic BBQ sauce is delicious and unique.


5. Bacon Broccoli Salad

This bacon broccoli salad is made with avocado, red onion, raisins, celery, and bacon.


6. No Mayo Potato Salad

This no mayo potato salad is a great side dish that can be made with sweet potato to keep it AIP!

7. Spinach Avocado Chicken Burgers

With avocado, spinach, cilantro, and lime juice, these spinach avocado chicken burgers are anything but boring!

8. Sugar Cookie Fruit Pizza

This sugar cookie fruit pizza is a fun way to enjoy summer fruits and feed a crowd!

9. Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

I made this strawberry rhubarb crisp for my own fourth of July gathering last year and it was a serious crowd pleaser!

10. Baked Sweet Potato Fries

These baked sweet potato fries are the perfect side dish to pair with burgers, or any other main dish you’re serving.

Honorable mentions…