7 Recipes to Cook Up the Perfect 4th of July with Tower Garden

Happy Birthday to the USA! What’s the best way to celebrate our great country? By using your fresh, homegrown produce to create tasty, healthy dishes for your Fourth of July picnics, parties and celebrations. We’ve rounded up some of the best!

Pound Cake with Strawberry Glaze

We’ll start with the sweet! Strawberries are the perfect topping for any Fourth of July dessert, and pound cake is a traditional crowd pleaser. This sweet treat is sure to satisfy everyone at your table.

Romaine Slaw

Romaine adds a little more color and crunch than traditional cabbage! Plus, people will be delighted by the surprise. Add some festive color to the dish with carrots and onion, and you’re sure to have a winner on your table.

Mint Lemonade

Tangy lemonade is elevated to an upscale treat with a sprig of mint! Try adding fresh mint from your Tower Garden and top it off with a red, white and blue straw to make it festive for the holiday!

Watermelon Sorbet

Did you know that you can grow watermelon with your Tower Garden? This summertime favorite is delightful on its own, or used in a refreshing dessert, such as sorbet!

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Why buy from the store when you can easily make your own using peppers from your Tower Garden? This hummus is the perfect complement to fresh cucumber slices, great for dipping!

Cucumber Tomato Salad

Salads don’t have to be boring! This healthy option is fresh, flavorful, and easy to make with the kids. Your Tower Garden cucumbers and fresh tomatoes will be put to good use!

Garlic Sautéed Okra


If you haven’t sautéed your own okra, you don’t know what you’re missing! The Fourth of July isn’t complete without this delicious dish, and you can make your own from the comfort of your kitchen with Tower Garden okra!

What are you bringing to your Fourth of July celebration? Let us know!

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