5 Healthy Picnic Recipes
There is something quintessentially British about a picnic in the park on a sunny afternoon, full of tempting treats and games of football. To celebrate National Picnic Week we've rounded up 5 healthy recipes that'll certainly impress your friends and family next time your having a weekend get-together!
Goats Cheese and Walnut Protein Scones
These goats cheese and walnut protein scones have been given a Neat healthy twist, and taste best served warm with bacon and salad. The best thing is that any leftovers will make a crowd-pleasing lunchbox filler too! Find the recipe, here.
Chocolate Chip Cookies
These are the ultimate chocolate chip cookies for those of you looking to snack smarter. Not only are they sugar free, but they are packed full of protein and made using spelt flour which means they are great for those following a FODMAP diet. Find the recipe, here.
Cheese and Cranberry Protein Muffins
Looking for a twist on the classic muffin? These protein muffins are vegan but can be easily adapted for non-vegans by replacing the dairy-free cheese with standard cheese, and are perfect to bring to a picnic in the park. Find the recipe, here.
Who doesn't love a good guacamole? This is great for a summer BBQ, and can be made without any equipment; just a knife and some fresh, tasty ingredients! Find the recipe, here.
Chocolate and Walnut Flapjacks
These chocolate flapjacks might be the perfect kid-friendly recipe, but they will be just as popular with the adults too! You can even make them in advance and freeze them for when they're needed. Find the recipe, here.
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