Picnic Recipes for Sunny Days! Recipe Collection
Get ready for a perfect picnic at the park with our favorite recipes! From summer salads and sandwiches to delicious appetizers and desserts, we've got you covered for a delightful al fresco experience. So, pack your basket and be prepared to indulge in some tasty treats!
This fresh-tasting hummus can be made a day or two in advance but don’t assemble the tomato and cilantro topping until just before serving. Crisp cucumber slices are perfect for dipping. The neutral flavor of canola oil allows the brightness of the other ingredients to shine.
With this no-bake, colorful recipe, you'll never toil over the perfect potluck dish again!
A heart-healthy snack for your next celebration!
The classic Caprese Italian salad is in an easy-to-tote muffin form – think picnic! Juicy cherry tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and bright basil join flavorful forces with the mild taste of canola oil, producing a tender treat.
Great using fresh pork, but also tasty when leftover cooked pork is marinated, drained, re-heated and served.
Falafel, crispy vegetarian patties made of chickpeas, garlic, onion and spices make an easy, inexpensive dinner or unique party food - serve small falafel balls with tzatziki for dipping. With its neutral flavor and high smoke point, canola oil is ideal for cooking falafel; traditionally they are cooked in a hot skillet, but these are brushed with canola oil and roasted at high heat, creating a crisp exterior.
Reminiscent of New Orleans, these sandwiches are ragin' with flavor from the hot sauce and banana pepper.
This will definitely be a hit at your next picnic or patio party.
These sandwiches are great for a tailgate party.
A tasty mixture of chicken and fresh ingredients, served with a dollop of sour cream.
Using dark green lettuce in place of the traditional iceberg gives these lettuce wraps a more vibrant color and makes them more nutrient-dense.
This salad is perfect for get-togethers. The lentils add a delicious twist to your everyday Greek salad.
Summertime entertaining is easy with this make-ahead, all-in-one dish that is perfect for lunch or a light dinner. Be sure to serve in shallow bowls or a rimmed dinner plate to contain the flavorful juices. Canola oil provides healthy monounsaturated and plant-based omega-3 fats.
This colorful salad is perfect for lunch or a weekend picnic. Canola oil’s neutral taste lets the other ingredients’ summery flavors shine.
This bright red salad is perfect for a picnic or luncheon. It’s so flavorful with fresh herbs and canola oil’s neutral taste lets those flavors shine.
This colorful salad offers tangy flavor and crunch. Much lighter than a classic coleslaw, pack it along on your next picnic or enjoy as an accompaniment to fish, chicken or grilled tofu kabobs.
Perfect for breakfast, dessert or an afternoon snack, these granola bars have a delicious flavor and texture.
Canola oil has a high heat tolerance and neutral taste, which is perfect for making these sweet, crisp and very tasty tortilla chips.
Orange juice and zest make these fun-sized cherry pies a refreshing, tangy dessert. With canola oil, these treats are better-for-you than traditional pies.
Fresh apple and coconut come together to make this a delicious muffin!