These antipasto bites should be stabbed through the heart with a pointed weapon. Skewers make this antipasto portable, and you can eat artichoke hearts, olives, mozzarella, salami, red peppers, tortellini, and basil in one mouthful. (Don't eat the sharp thing.)
Lime zest and mint give this fruit salad more flavour. Since it only contains melon, strawberries, and blueberries, none of the fruit will go mushy or twisted.
These "Buddha in a Jar" dinners from Delish require some prep, but they're healthful, portable, and easily refrigerated. Chicken, brown rice, broccoli, carrots, onions, and avocado are marinated in soy sauce and sriracha. This meal can be put onto a dish or eaten straight from the jar.
Couples eat chocolate-covered strawberries at picnics in TV and movies. They don't display the melting chocolate slop that ends up everywhere but on the strawberry.
When packing sandwiches for a picnic, choose components that are less prone to spill and opt for smaller amounts.
You should probably replace the bread in your picnic sandwich with a pita pocket. This allows you to prepare the sandwiches ahead of time and bring them intact, without making a mess of your spread.
This pomodoro pasta salad is created with fresh basil and a mild tomato sauce. Otherwise, your picnic could become a nap.
These sandwiches have three advantages. First, chicken salad is easy to transport, so you can build sandwiches upon arrival. No soggy toast! Second, since the components are blended, the sandwiches are less prone to break apart.