Grab-and-go recipes are a must for a picnic. Use these make-ahead recipes including bite-size fried chicken and sweet little pies for your next picnic.
Think portability and casual charm for picnic recipes. Find not-so-perfect wicker baskets, hand-me-down vintage blankets,
and charming quilts to set up a perfect picnic. These picnic recipes are both portable and casual, making for the perfect
Fill inexpensive, reusable glass jars with Spring Salsa and chips for easy carrying. This colorful salsa of corn, tomatoes,
and cilantro would be equally delicious served over salad greens or in warm tortillas with grilled chicken.
Thread various combinations of fruit, fresh small mozzarella cheese balls, and herbs on 6-inch wooden skewers up to three
hours ahead. It's easy and makes for a pretty display.
These spicy fried chicken nuggets are great dipped in honey mustard or blue cheese dressing.
This lime soda is a refreshing drink for a picnic. For an adult version, stir in 2/3 cup vodka. The leftover simple syrup
can always be stirred into unsweetened iced tea.
Ditch a mayonnaise-laden potato salad for this fresh, minty number. Drizzle the versatile dressing over fresh fruit or grilled
fish or veggies.
Almost any raw veggie works in this cucumber salad. Try using bell peppers, jicama, or fresh corn kernels.
A green bean sandwich? Trust us on this one. We fell for the combo of tender beans, crisp apples, salty Parm, and tangy dressing.
Keep it tidy by hollowing out the baguette to create a cradle for the fillings.
Try other flavors, like chili powder-lime zest and cinnamon-sugar.