Must Try Picnic Food Recipes For The Summer
Picnic Mains To Serve
For something more substantial, turn to our Chipotle Cinnamon Baby Back Ribs. They're time savers too, because you can bake them a day in advance and then put them on the grill for a few minutes before serving. The cinnamon, sea salt, and Chili Pepper Chipotle make these juicy baby back ribs sing.
Salad Recipes For Your Picnic
Meat need not be the featured ingredient in every summer picnic meal. This is where salads shine. This Quinoa Salad features sweet balsamic vinegar, green onion, and pearl bocconcini cheese, with a taste boost from our Salad Herbs.Warm Peruvian Potato Salad. It is spiced with some Peruvian Amarillo Chili Pepper, making this picnic food warm in more ways than one.
Summer Picnic Favorites - Slaw
What picnic would be complete without slaw and something tasty to put it on? These Pigeon Pea Tacos Al Pastor with Coconut Lime Slaw blend cilantro, coconut, honey, and lime to create a sensational slaw. It won't outshine these tacos, though; they mix oregano, cumin, paprika, and garlic flavours to create a memorable vegetarian taco picnic recipe.
Picnic Snacks To Nibble
The best picnics have nibbles for variety, and yours should be no exception. These Gluten-Free Harissa Cheddar Crackers are made from scratch but still only take 45 minutes. Our Harissa gives them a spicy bite that combines perfectly with the tang from shredded old cheddar.
Complement these crackers with some Zesty Lemon Kale Chips. All it takes is a little oil with some McCormick seasoning, and this healthy snack will be ready in five minutes.
Picnic Drinks To Cool You Down
A summer picnic requires a refreshing drink, and the more eye-catching the better. Try our Grapefruit Basil Kombucha Mocktail with Butterfly Pea Flower Shaved Ice recipe for the ultimate summer picnic refresher. It looks stunning but can be in a glass in ten minutes flat - which is just as well, because you'll probably find yourself making more.
This Fizz n Fruit Energizer is a unique drink that mixes cayenne pepper with some hidden fruits for a non-alcoholic drink that still has a little kick.
The only problem you might have with this collection of picnic food ideas is fitting them all on your blanket. You'd best bring two. Don't worry though; by the time your guests are through with these, there won't be a crumb left of this easy picnic food.
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