I have been compensated by Sam’s Club for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. It’s one of the more relaxed holidays that typically involves swimming, barbecuing and fireworks with friends. This year, I’m creating an easy DIY burger bar with apple pie jars for our 4th of July party. I stocked up on all the party essentials at Sam’s Club. They had everything I needed all in one location, from burgers to ice cream. Plus, they usually have some delicious samples available to try as you shop. That’s always our favorite Sam’s Club shopping perk!
First things first, print out the free printable burger bar labels on white card stock paper. Keep on scrolling all the way to the bottom to download the printables. Use a 2 inch circle punch to punch out the circle labels. Attach the circles to toothpicks using hot glue. Cut out the condiment labels and attach to squeeze bottles using hot glue or a double sided adhesive.
Fill 4oz mason jars with all the burger fixings and label them with the round labels. Pickles, mushrooms, relish, lettuce onions, guacamole, tomatoes, green peppers and jalapeños all make for delicious burger toppings. Display the jars in a tiered container. Fill the condiment bottles with barbecue, ketchup, mustard or mayo. Guests will love adding different toppings to their custom burgers.
I’ll let you in on one of my favorite party hack secrets. Grab a giant apple pie from Sam’s Club and scoop it into 4oz mason jars. Top with vanilla ice cream and guests can dig right on in, eating right out of the jar. It’s such a cute and easy way to serve pie at a party. Also, make sure to try the Super Premium Member’s Mark vanilla ice cream from Sam’s Club because it’s one of our favorites!
Place the condiments and fixings out on a table with some red, white and blue decor. I added a striped runner and some festive pinwheels. Enjoy your custom burger before the fireworks start!
Head to Sam’s Club to stock up on party essentials. What are your favorite burger toppings?
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