Summer is here and summer means picnics. What’s a picnic without some delicious corn to enjoy? Check out these delicious corn recipes that will be perfect for your next picnic. Which one will you try first?
Yesterday we went for a picnic and ate burgers, watermelon salad, and grilled corn on the cob. I’m telling you, that corn on the cob was some of the best corn I’ve had in ages. It was so sweet, perfectly cooked, and I couldn’t get enough of it!! It was delicious!
All we did was shuck the corn cobs, wrap each cob in tin foil with a little butter, salt, and pepper, and grill for a while until the corn started to brown a little. Delicious!
Of course, buying the right corn is a must. I love sweet varieties and now is the perfect time to find them at the market!
Summertime is all about grilling, picnics, and corn. If you’re hosting a picnic or barbecue this summer, make sure to include some delicious recipes for grilled corn on the cob! This blog post covers everything from traditional to unique recipes to spice things up a bit.
Finding the perfect picnic recipes can make having a picnic such a fun experience!
Picnics are the perfect way to spend a day with family and friends, and there is no wrong way to enjoy them. What’s really matters is that you have a good time. Packing food your family and friends enjoy is part of the fun!
Our family loves to picnic and when the weather is nice (even in the winter) you’ll often find us enjoying a picnic outside. We love getting together with all of our extended family and friends for a picnic. So many good memories have been made around the picnic table.
In fact, I love picnics so much I have two picnic tables in my front yard that we use on a weekly basis. There’s just something about eating outside!
These corn recipes are perfect for picnics because they’re easy to make and always a crowd favorite.
This Mexican Street Corn Salad recipe (also known as Esquites) is packed with fresh flavors and cotija cheese! This is the perfect side dish that turns the classic Mexican street food into a delicious and easy to make salad!
Mexican corn dip has all the flavors of Mexican street corn, is a family favorite and usually disappears faster than it should. This easy appetizer features Mexicorn, roasted green chilies as well as shredded cheese.
Corn Fiesta Saladis perfect for summer BBQs and picnics with family and friends. I've made this recipe a few times and I always enjoy it and so does my family. It's fresh, delicious and easy AND it looks so pretty and summery!
These easy corn fritters make a wonderful quick breakfast, snack, side, or lunch. They’re made with just a few simple ingredients and can be made ahead of time. Great for meal prep, and can be easily made vegan and gluten-free.
This delectable corn salad brings it all together with fresh corn, sweet red bell peppers, sun ripened tomatoes, cilantro, minced jalapeno, chopped scallions and feta cheese all in a lightly sweetened lime vinaigrette.
Mexican street corn pasta salad is a non-spicy, corn-off-the-cob, black bean, and pasta casserole tossed with Mexican crema and cojita cheese. A delicious and easy barbecue or picnic side dish that's ready in 20 minutes with no grilling required!
This Southern cornbread salad is perfectly dressed with a tasty ranch-style sour cream mayo dressing. It’s a crowd pleaser and great to be served all year round! Use leftover cornbread to make this salad, or bake a fresh batch of my tasty cornbread.
Grab a few ears of sweet corn and dust off the grill! This Roasted Corn Salad is the ultimate warm weather side dish. Homemade honey lime vinaigrette adds a touch of sweetness to the veggies that makes this salad irresistible.
An easy last minute side dish recipe for all your cookouts, bbqs, and potlucks! This Simple Summer Corn Macaroni Salad is gluten-free, vegan, top 8 allergy-free, and can be made in just 10 minutes! Seven ingredients are all you need for this family-friendly pasta salad!
This Vegan Mexican Street Corn Salad is everything you love about grilled Mexican street corn without the mess! Fresh, grilled corn on the cob (elotes), sliced off the cob (esquites), and paired with a cool, creamy, and tangy gluten-free, allergy-free mayo-based sauce with cilantro, lime, and a dash of spice! An easy summer side dish recipe!
Corn Salad is colorful, tasty, and so easy to make. It's simple, unpretentious, but very tasty. You can use fresh, canned, or frozen corn for this recipe.
Many of these recipes are also vegan, so if you’re looking for a plant-based recipe to add variety to your summer menu, check them out! Have fun and enjoy the warm weather with some delicious corn recipes that will have everyone coming back for seconds – or thirds!
Setting the Picnic Table
Of course, picnics can be as simple or elaborate as you like. I enjoy setting a nice picnic table so everything looks fresh and pretty. Here are a few of my favorite picnic must-haves:
COVERS UP TO 16” SERVING DISHES: Set of 6 white Simply Genius food covers protects food from bugs, leaves and pets. Colapsable mesh food covers for outside allows heat to escape and keeps food visible. Outdoor tent food cover is ideal for large crowds or moving buffet lines.
This insulated bag has a large main compartment on the bottom and an expandable top compartment. Each inside compartment is 16" x 11" x 3" and can hold a 11” x 15” baking dish (5 QT Pyrex standard glass bakeware). Dish is not included.
My name is Melissa Ringstaff and I've been blogging here at A Virtuous Woman since 2001. I'm a pastor's wife and homeschooling mom living in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Southeastern KY. I believe in finding freedom from perfection and living life with purpose and I want to help you do exactly that.
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