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5 easy picnic finger food recipes made to share

For the love of spring! The weather is warming and the days are getting longer which means the outdoors are calling. Picnics are a great way to enjoy good food, catch-up with friends and family and enjoy the gorgeous weather.

For a successful and easy picnic you need food to be transportable, to not require refrigeration and food that isn’t too messy to eat. Trust us, there is nothing worse then trying to eat something messy when you’re sitting cross-legged in a park, on the beach or in any public area for that matter.

Keeping it simple and easy is very important when it comes to picnic food, but you don’t need to sacrifice taste. Have a look at the following easy picnic finger food recipes that are ideal for sharing.

Melting moments

Sit back and relax with a melting moment and a hot cup of tea from the thermos.

Tomato and goats cheese tart

A lovely tomato and goats cheese tart is a great picnic lunch idea, as you can make it ahead of time. Plus it can be enjoyed hot or cold.

Raspberry coconut slice 

The ultimate afternoon delight! After a day of fun in the sun, enjoy this classic raspberry coconut slice. Guaranteed, it will be gone in a flash.

Cheese and bacon pull-apart 

You won’t be able to resist this cheese and bacon pull-apart. Easy to transport and a great snack to eat at a picnic.

Nut-free super-seed oat bars 

Make a batch of these nut-free super-seed oat bars the day before your picnic for a fuss-free, nutrient-packed snack that both kids and adults will love.

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*DISCLAIMER: Fairy is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This article features content sourced from Fairy and our own opinions. For more information visit the Fairy website.

 

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1 Response

  1. Valerie Morrison

    your recipes look amazing – however as Fairy margarine is made from animal fats and as I am vegetarian can you suggest a substitute?

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