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10 Ideas for What to Pack for a Picnic

Sandwiches or Wraps: Easy to make and customize based on dietary preferences. Consider classic fillings like ham and cheese, or more gourmet options like roasted vegetables with pesto and mozzarella.

Pasta Salad: A versatile and filling option. You can make it with plenty of vegetables, cheese, and a protein like chicken or beans. Use a light vinaigrette for dressing to keep it fresh.

Fresh Fruit: Bring along a mix of cut fruit such as watermelon slices, grapes, and berries. They're refreshing, especially on a hot day, and can double as a sweet treat.

Cheese and Charcuterie Board: Pack a selection of cheeses, cured meats, crackers, and some nuts and dried fruits for a sophisticated yet easy picnic option.

Vegetable Sticks and Dip: Cut up carrots, celery, bell peppers, and cucumbers to serve with hummus or a yogurt-based dip. It's a healthy and crunchy snack everyone can enjoy.

Quiche or Frittata: These egg-based dishes are delicious served cold and can be filled with a variety of vegetables, meats, and cheeses to suit any taste.

Homemade Cookies or Brownies: A homemade sweet treat can be the perfect end to a picnic meal. Bake something simple like chocolate chip cookies or brownies for a crowd-pleasing dessert.

Potato or Coleslaw Salad: These classic picnic sides are always a hit. For a healthier twist, use Greek yogurt in place of mayonnaise in your recipes.

Cold Fried Chicken: Fried chicken is a picnic classic because it's just as tasty cold as it is hot. Pack it with some napkins or wet wipes for easy cleanup.

Chilled Beverages: Don't forget the drinks! Pack a thermos of iced tea, lemonade, or even chilled white wine or craft beers for the adults. Make sure to also bring plenty of water to stay hydrated.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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