Romantic Picnic

    On a romantic picnic outing it's a good idea to bring some extra special food along. Have a look at these delicious recipes.

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    Global Cuisine

     
    114 reviews
     
    20min

    A perfect summer salad with ripe peaches, spinach and toasted pecans. Perfect as a side dish at barbecues.

    Recipe by: Robin Durawa

     
    7 reviews
     
    35min

    Easy to make and even easier to eat this vegetable roll is a tasty alternative to the sausage roll and you can decide what size you want the rolls to be. Tastes just as good cold-so make a few for school lunches.

    Recipe by: windwalker

     
    116 reviews
     
    15min

    This is a nice, basic tomato salsa that is great as is, or you can add to it if you wish. Sometimes I like more jalapeno.

    Recipe by: Valerie's Kitchen

     
    1 review
     
    1hour35min

    This healthy version of the popular deep-fried take-away snack will soon become a favourite. Serve hot, with oven-baked chips and fresh vegetables, or cold for a picnic or a packed lunch.

    Recipe by: Ariana Klepac

     
    4 reviews
     
    15min

    This salad looks and tastes impressive, but is so quick and easy to make

    Recipe by: WendyB

     
    No reviews
     
    50min

    You can make these heart cupcakes with any chocolate muffins or chocolate cupcakes. It's a nice idea for wedding's, Mother's Day, or Valentine's Day.

    Recipe by: babsi_s

     
    31 reviews
     
    2hours30min

    Revolutionize your summer picnic with this portable cheesecake in a jar! Fresh summer strawberries make it that much better.

    Recipe by: RuthE

     
    No reviews
     
    45min

    This is an easy no cook recipe for the children to help with.

    Recipe by: Marlz

     
    No reviews
     
    16min

    Although higher in fat than white breast meat, the darker-fleshed chicken pieces – the legs (drumsticks) and thighs – are a more concentrated source of minerals, including zinc and some iron.

    Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

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