Happy National Picnic Month!
Did you know July is National Picnic Month? Frankly, it couldn’t come at a better time.
With large, open outdoor spaces being some of the best places to be these days, pack a good old-fashioned picnic basket and pay a visit to your favorite park, local hiking spot or even your backyard. In our opinion, fresh food and fresh air are always a winning combination.
Here are some of our favorite Fischer’s recipes for the perfect sunny-afternoon picnic.
No need to pack utensils! These easy-to-prep turkey wraps roll up Fischer’s sliced turkey with hummus, white cheddar and fresh veggies for a snack that’s low on calories yet big on flavor.
As good cold as they are hot, these delicious Bacon-Wrapped Dates see the smokey, savory flavor of Fischer’s bacon balanced with the sweet, fruity taste of dates.
Garlic Bologna Rolls
A sturdy bread is key when packing sandwiches for later. The garlic rolls in this recipe hold up well during transport, even when tasked with containing a pile of onions, cheese, Fischer’s garlic bologna and grainy mustard.
Pickled Deviled Eggs
If you like classic deviled eggs, then you’ll love the tart pop of these deviled eggs made with Fischer’s pickled eggs. Keep chilled with ice or an ice pack, and consider using a deviled-egg carrier or Tupperware and paper towel as padding to help keep safe while getting to your picnic spot.
Sweet and Crunchy Apple Turkey Sandwich
Granny Smith apples are the star of this sandwich, lending sweetness and crunchiness that offsets our Fischer’s sliced turkey and other ingredients deliciously.
Ham & Brie Crostini
Is there any food more “picnic-y” than the French baguette? This snack sees slices of baguette topped with a delicious trio of Fischer’s sliced ham, brie and raspberry preserves. If you don’t mind your cheese unmelted and your bread untoasted, you can assemble these right on your picnic blanket.
Garlic bologna too spicy for you? This sandwich recipe resembles the Garlic Bologna Roll above, but swaps in our Fischer’s sliced ham instead.