Now that the weather is getting warmer, there is no better time to head outdoors for a picnic! After all, Adams Crossing is located near many local picnic spots in Waldorf. While peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and other simple foods are classics, try some of these picnic food recipes to switch it up! Check out this recipe for different picnic food ideas.
These Tear and Share Sausage Rolls by Kitchen Sanctuary are a great addition to any picnic. Whether it’s the appetizer or the main course, you’ll love their delectable flavor. Plus, they are incredibly simple to make! This recipe requires only 3 simple ingredients and can be made in about 30 minutes.
Looking for something both light and tasty? These Easy Summer Rolls by Food with Feeling will surely hit the spot. Not to mention, these rolls are a great way to use up any leftover veggies you may need to get rid of. Cabbage, cucumber, carrots, bell pepper, and avocado are all wrapped up tightly in lettuce and rice paper. Additionally, sliced mango is included in this recipe for a touch of sweetness! Next, you will make a sweet and salty peanut sauce for dipping. In no time, you’ll have fresh, crunchy summer rolls.
Take the typical picnic sandwich to the next level with these Roasted Chickpea Gyros by Live Eat Learn! Crunchy and full of flavor, these gyros are sure to be a hit. Roasted chickpeas and tzatziki sauce create a delicious flavor, and tomatoes, onions, and lettuce give the gyros a fresh, crispy crunch. In just 30 minutes, you’ll have a tasty picnic entree!
Every picnic needs a side dish, and you certainly can’t go wrong with this Mexican Street Corn Salad by Love & Lemons! Spicy, creamy, and delicious, everyone is sure to love this dish. This spicy, tasty salad is made with grilled corn, jalapenos, garlic, cotija cheese, cilantro, and other delicious spices and flavorings. Not to mention, it’s easier to eat than straight off of the cob.
No picnic is complete without dessert! Keep it sweet and simple with this Individual No Bake Cheesecake recipe by Kitchen Sanctuary. Not only is this dessert simple to make, but it’s made in individual jars, making it the perfect size for everyone. Additionally, it’s easy to pack up and bring to your picnic. You can even make this sweet dessert two to three days ahead of time! Featuring sweet blueberries and blackberries, these will be your new go-to dessert recipe.
Now that summertime is almost here, head out to a local park near Adams Crossing for a picnic! These picnic food recipes will be the perfect addition to your outdoor meal. Gather your friends and enjoy some good food and fun times.
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