18 fuss-free recipes to make for a spring picnic
Finger foods, sandwiches, breezy tarts and fresh salads are all fool-proof picnic classics.
This easy vegetarian tart is practically begging to be shown off at your next gathering.
This hearty salad can be served as is, or with your choice of protein.
Raise your scone game with the nutty gruyere cheese and sweet caramelised onion.
French tarragon, a perennial herb that appears late spring to early summer, is perfect with chicken.
Freshen up your next lunch or picnic with this simple salad-in-a-jar.
If you need a finger food, a light starter, or even a tasty lunch, cauliflower tarts are the ticket.
If the vegetable gods are smiling, use fresh broad beans instead of frozen and swap out the broccolini for asparagus.
These baked golden parcels can impress on their own as a spicy entrée or make a tasty addition to an afternoon spread.
A simple tart to use up excess garden greens, heavy on the fresh herbs and complemented with briny feta.
This vibrant dip will be a hit at any picnic, afternoon tea or party.
Warmer weather calls for lovely finger food.
Potatoes are the anchor ingredient in this flavourful tart.
The secret to Ruth Pretty’s zippy butter bean salad? Preserved lemon peel.
These babies push all the right buttons when you want a tasty savoury bite.
Pair this savoury meal with a dollop of tomato relish and a glass of pinot gris.
Forget splurging on a bag of gourmet chips at the store, try making your own (hint: it’s easier than you think).
This dessert is simple to make with a good crunchy topping — just mix and stir!
Cheesecake and brownies rolled into one ultra-decadent treat.