25 June, 2021
Who doesn’t love a picnic? It’s not just the amazing food that you bundle into your basket or bag together, but it’s about the great company and the experiences you enjoy with your time outside.
National Picnic Week takes place June 19th – 27th across the UK.
Wherever your favourite picnic spot; the beach, the hills or your local park, grab your blankets, your best picnic treats and head outside to enjoy a good old fashioned picnic.
Here are some great recipes and ideas for both kids and adults to help inspire you to picnic this week.
Two picnic food ideas for you to try out from Barry Lewis
Four fantastic picnic ideas for kids from Crumbs Food
Panda shaped sandwich - super easy and fun for kids
How to make a picnic loaf
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