Great Picnic Food Recipes For Children
Picnic Foods for Kids
Children can be so picky! But that's no reason not to enjoy a family picnic!
Picnics are a great, inexpensive way for families to get outdoors, have fun and spend time together. Sometimes packing your family a picnic lunch that the kids will enjoy seems like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. The most simple recipes with few ingredients will usually keep your kids happy.
So before you're tempted to stop at that drive-through window, try some of these easy picnic foods for kids.
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chicken legs (chicken Drumsticks) 12
corn flour 10 tbsp
salt to taste
black pepper to taste
vinegar as needed
bread crumbs 2 cups
oil ¾ cup
- Boil the chicken legs.
- Cut the chicken from different places using knife or fork. (The cuts should not be very deep.)
- Powder the salt and black pepper properly on the chicken and spread the vinegar on it too. Then, leave it for half an hour.
- Make a thick mixture of corn flour by mixing it in water.
- Now, cover the chicken legs properly in corn flour and then in bread crumbs.
- Fry it in preheated oil.
- When the legs turn golden brown, dish them out.
Salad dressing or dip of choice
- Clean your vegetables, removing skin and seeds if necessary.
- Use a vegetable peeler and peel along the vegetable to create long, thin slices. Some vegetables (like carrots) will naturally curl up. Others you can roll up into a curly, flower-like shape.
- Arrange them in a container and cover them. Serve them with a dip on the side.
Cucumber Spinach Wrap Roll-Ups
- Lay out a spinach wrap. Smear it with a thin layer of cream cheese.
- Sprinkle chopped walnuts over it.
- Lay cucumber spears on one end, and roll it up starting from that end.
- Use a knife to slice the wrap into sections.
Colorful Pasta Salad
Tri-color spiral pasta
Diced Yellow Pepper
Mandarin Orange Slices
Honey Mustard Dressing
- Cook the pasta and drain it. Put it into a bowl with cherry or grape tomatoes (cut them in half if they're big).
- Add diced peppers, cheese and orange slices.
- Drizzle with honey mustard and mix.
Mandarin orange slices
- Use a melon baller to make fruit balls of your watermelon and cantaloupe. Discard any seeds.
- Wash strawberries. Cut out strawberry stem.
- Cut pineapple or other fruits of your choice into chunks
- Put all fruit chunks and balls into a bowl. Squeeze the juice of a lemon on and mix gently to coat.
- Thread fruit on skewers, alternating different pieces for variety.
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