Now that the warm weather is here, who doesn’t love a picnic? Instead of the usual fare of soggy sandwiches, chips and drinks. Kick up your picnic a notch with these dishes
Buttermilk Fried Chicken
Fried Chicken is a picnic staple. You can eat it hot or cold and it holds up so well in the heat.
Tangy Cabbage Collard Slaw
One of the best things about this slaw is that it doesn’t have mayo in it. On a picnic where is 90 degrees it’s a good thing. Also, this take about 15 minutes to make
Sliced Tomatoes with Corn and Feta
Looking for an excellent way to use up some of that summer produce? This salad is amazing featuring argula, fresh corn and feta cheese.
Deviled Egg Potato Salad
If you want a fun take on two classics,try this mash up of Deviled eggs with potato salad. This salad literally takes only 30 minutes to put to gether and the results are yummy!
Talk about kicking up watermelon. This mixes two favorite flavors into a rocking treat. Literally put olive oil, lime zest, sugar, salt and pepper and lime juice on some silced watermelon. Your stomach will thank you.
Grilled Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches
Instead of eating messy wings, try this amazing sandwich filled with the flavor of buffalo chicken wings and top it with a blue-cheese apple slaw.
Here’s a fun dessert that teams up s’mores with cookies.This is a delicious gooey cookie!
Watermelon Cucumber Salad
This salad is light and juicy. It’s full of great flavor that is perfect on a hot, summer day.
Avocado Ham Sandwich
Take the mild taste of Avocados along with the saltiness of the ham for awesome sandwich that is perfect for a picnic.
Baked Soft-Shell Crab Sandwiches
This is actually a pretty healthy sandwich. It uses baked soft shell crabs and low-fact mayo. This sandwich is only 234 calories. Top it with lettuce and tomato.
Summer Orzo with Shrimp
Orzo is great to use on a picnic because it can be used hot or cold. Mix shrimp and other veggies you have on hand in this and you have a winning dish.
Garden Tuna Salad Sandwiches
This sandwich is bursting with flavor. It uses a granny smith apple, fennel and of course tuna.