Five Easy Recipes for a Delicious Picnic this Spring Season

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As summer approaches and the weather gets warmer, now is an excellent time for a picnic! With lots of spring season recipes to make, you can put together a memorable outing at your Flatiron District at Austin Ranch apartment. Grab your picnic basket, and let's get outside with these easy recipes and picnic ideas!

Easy Recipes to Try in Your Kitchen

Planning a delicious picnic spread is easy. Many spring season recipes take advantage of all the fresh fruits and vegetables in season, and they're all things you can make in your apartment kitchen.

Start your picnic with a classic homemade cheese and cracker platter. A fruit salad and potato salad make for great side dishes, and there's nothing better than a classic chicken salad as your main dish. You can enjoy the chicken salad on a bed of greens or in a sandwich. There's so much you can do with chicken salad! Finish your meal off with a strawberry pie.

Pack your meal with lots of ice, and don't forget the lemonade!

Enjoying the Weather Outdoors

You don't have to go far to enjoy your picnic. You can stay home and take advantage of all the fantastic amenities at your Flatiron District at Austin Ranch apartment. A sundeck overlooks the pool and pond, or you can sit near the fire pit and enjoy the conversation.

If you want to get out and enjoy some open space in The Colony, your Flatiron District at Austin Ranch community is located near the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve.

Easy Recipes and Picnic Ideas

There are many ways to bring a picnic to life, whether you choose to cook your food or order takeout. You can purchase an actual picnic basket or utilize a customized picnic backpack with everything you need for a picnic, from plates and utensils to cloth napkins and wine holders. No matter what you cook or where you eat, the important thing is that you're having fun with the people you love.

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