Top Picnic Ideas
With summer in full swing, it’s time to dust off our picnic blankets and head to a local park. July is National Picnic Month and so you can feel inspired about the food in your baskets, I’ve pulled together some of the best picnic ideas from around the blogosphere.
Kicking us off is Katherine from Veggie Desserts, she’s sharing her recipe for a tasty Spinach Salad. Don’t the strawberries look luscious in this dish?
The Cook Report’s Amy suggests this Roast Tomato Pasta Salad. She says this recipe is super easy to make.
How about some delicious-sounding Cheese and Olive Savoury Picnic Muffins? Helen at Family, Friend, Food has a great little recipe for these beauties.
Apply to Face’s Jenny has shared her suggestion for a picnic treat. Her Cheese and Onion Quiche is easy to make and is perfect for portioning up for picnics.
Cheryl over at Madhouse Family Reviews suggests trying Mediterranean-style Picnic Bread. Count me in, I say!
Claire at She Eats has a really novel way of eating a ploughman’s. Her recipe is Ploughman’s on a Stick.
The Petite Cook’s Andrea recipe is for The Original Coronation Chicken. It’s always a crowd-pleaser. You can’t have a picnic without some Coronation Chicken, can you?
If you are vegan and looking for something to satisfy that savoury craving, why not try Jane at Hodge Podge Day’s Vegan Sausage Rolls. They sound delightful, don’t they?
Looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth at the end of a good picnic, why not try these Watermelon Skewers from Mabintu at Recipes from a Pantry?
So all you need now is your picnic rug, your picnic basket and a nice spot in the sun or the shade. Whichever you prefer. We’re so lucky in the UK that there are lots of lovely places to picnic.
Where are you going to head to this summer for your picnic and what will you be packing in your picnic basket?