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Five Easy Recipes for a Delicious Picnic this Spring Season

Five Easy Recipes for a Delicious Picnic this Spring Season

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It's time to get creative with some new spring season recipes. Experience new flavors and ingredients in your Monogram apartment. Looking for a place to start? Below are five easy recipes to begin with.

Easy Recipes to try in Your Kitchen

1. Deviled Eggs

You can turn boiled eggs into an exciting masterpiece. Slice the eggs in half and take out the yolk. Mash the yolks and mix them with the mayonnaise and spices you have prepared. Put the mixture back on the whites, and you are done.

2. Dairy-Free biscuits

Even without milk and butter, you can still come up with delicious biscuits. Use high-quality flour and oil to make sure they remain tender.

3. Chickpeas Hummus

The secret to the best hummus is to cook the chickpeas until they become mushy. They break down into a tender and soft mass to create a smooth purée.

4. Queso

If you are looking for the perfect dip for your potato chips, this recipe will blow your mind. It is a blend of three types of cheeses with a bit of pepper to create a smooth and spicy dip. A greater is a kitchen appliance must-have. That is what you will use to add cheese shavings on top.

5. Bean Salad

The Bean Salad falls under easy recipes because it means less kitchen work. You don't have to cook the beans. Have a great mix with chopped vegetables. It's a healthy dish full of proteins and vitamins.

Enjoying the Weather Outdoors

A great recipe deserves a serene place where you can enjoy the food. Lucky for you, the weather around Monogram apartments enables you to actualize your picnic ideas. There are numerous outdoor locations where you can have a picnic. The Bonsai Garden, for instance, is a Japanese-style garden with miniature bonsai trees. Here you can spend your afternoons surrounded by nature. The park is also wheelchair-accessible.

How to Prepare for your Picnic this Season

Picnics do not need much planning. However, if you have prepared food, you may need lunch boxes or picnic baskets to pack your food. Don't forget to include utensils!

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