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Our summer has already been filled with long days by the pool, family adventures, and lots of family gatherings. Summer always seems to fly by and the Fourth of July always seems to be the halfway point to letting us know that school starting is just a short time away. The Fourth of July is traditionally a day to celebrate America’s independence. Today, we celebrate our patriotism with celebrations that include parade, backyard barbecues, and of course, fireworks!
Skittles® wants to help you celebrate with the Skittles® America Mix candies. This delicious Skittles® mix featuring strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, wild berry, and yum berry flavors is a beautiful red, white, and blue mix. Yes, I said white Skittles® ! This is the first ever white fruity Skittles® candy. The Skittles® America Mix is perfect to add fun into your celebrations with these fruit-flavored candies and colorful mix in patriotic colors.
There are so many ways you can incorporate these delicious fruit-flavored candies into your celebration. Whether it be for a patriotic party decoration, a Fourth of July craft, or creating a delicious new recipes with these fun candies. We are going to start our Fourth of July off with delicious Independence Day pancakes. It’s quite simply and totally fun!
To make things easier for everyone, I suggest using a box pancake mix. Mix the pancake mix per the directions then stir in about 1/2 cup of Skittles® America Mix candies. Cook per the directions. Top with whipped cream, fresh strawberries, and Skittles® America Mix candies. Super simply yet fun and tasty!
Head over to the Dollar General store today and pick up a bag (or two!) of the new Skittles® America mix in 14 oz bags and let your imagination go wild. Create something fun to help celebrate your Fourth of July party.
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