Labor day weekend is upon us! With fall quickly approaching it’s time to savor the last moments of the summer heat. The Erin Krueger Team is here to share some of our favorite recipes for one last summer hoorah. Gather your friends and family for some good food and company!
Grab a friend and enjoy this quick and easy starter at your next picnic. You can enjoy this light and refreshing salsa with tortilla chips or use it as a topper for a burger, burrito or taco! This recipe includes fresh ingredients such as corn, beans, cilantro, and chiles. Throw it all in a bowl, refrigerate, and you are ready to go! For more directions on how to make this summer starter visit https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/trisha-yearwood/corn-salsa0-3363166.
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Burger N’ Fries foil packs
Nothing screams American spirit more than burgers and fries. Why is this dish so great? Because anyone can make it their own! Supply an array of condiments so that everyone can personalize their patty with cheeses, veggies, and sauces. Plus who wants to use silverware at a picnic? This handheld mouth watering sandwich/side combo will allow you to enjoy whatever activities are going on while indulging in a delicious meal. To learn more on how to make this for your next soiree visit: https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a53183/burger-n-fries-foil-packs-recipe/
Spicy Watermelon Cocktail
Beat the heat and spice up your weekend with this Spicy Watermelon Cocktail. This refreshing drink is the best way to cool off this weekend, the flavors of sweet, spicy, and a little bit of salt go perfectly with any cookout food. Unwind and reflect the memories of summertime with this tasty and fun cocktail, to recreate this drink on your own visit:
Ice Cream S’mores
A twist on two classics! This ice cream sandwich s’more mashup may be one of the best sweet treats to hit your plate this summer. Make it your own with your favorite flavors and toppings with this perfect end of summer treat. Red, white and blue sprinkles are a great addition to make these festive for any Labor day weekend get together. Learn more about this family fun recipe at:
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