Broccoli slaw is the perfect thing to pack for a picnic. Grab some fried chicken and find a shady spot with this awesome Bambeco Eco Picnic Basket too.
Well folks, it looks like we have survived the winter. All we have ahead of us is blue skies, green grass, and sunny days. Let’s head outside for a picnic, shall we?
I’m a bit of a picnic fanatic. During the springtime, I will jump at any chance to pack up a meal and eat outside. Food just tastes better outside. Sure, it takes a little planning to pack a picnic, but I’m going to talk you through it.
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Next step: plan your menu. I suggest starting your picnic with a light cheese course, because spreading cheese on crackers while bathing in the sun is the definition of true relaxation. The main course should be something that tastes fantastic at room temperature, like my Sweet Tea Oven-Fried Chicken. Add a light salad on the side, like this broccoli slaw.
I love this sweet and salty broccoli slaw for a picnic because it’s sturdy enough to hold up to being dressed ahead of time. In fact, it tastes best if you make it a day or two in advance.
Don’t forget dessert on your picnic! These peanut butter cookies from Erin or Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars from Lisa fit the bill nicely. On your way out the door, grab a cozy blanket to sit on and a nice bottle of dry Prosecco. A picnic without booze is just grilling. Don’t forget the wine!a Rafflecopter giveaway
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