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Summer Cookout Snacks

Posted on August 25th, 2022
Summer Snacks Blog

Written By Sam Henselijn

Cookout Snacks. Warm weather, birds chirping and blue skies: all signs that the best season of the year is here. We know you want to enjoy being outside, so we’ve gathered some easy and delicious recipes and snack ideas to get you going this Summer. Read more about these summer cookout snacks. 

Celebrate the best the season has to give while spending less time in the kitchen. Summer is all about bright flavors that aren’t too heavy for the heat. Gather around the table with your loved ones and soak up the sunshine! 

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Summer is all about happy, bright flavors. Looking for fun snack ideas to munch on or  easy recipes to bring with you to all your summer cookouts? 

Dried Fruit 

There’s so much you can do with dried fruit besides simply snacking on them! What could be better than a table filled with a selection of breakfast pastries on a weekend? 

 Our dried fruit medley can be used in a number of ways. With dried strawberries, seedless raisins, juicy apricots, and exotic chunks of mango, there’s an infinity of options on how to enjoy this tasty mix. Throw them into muffin batters, cakes, oatmeal cookies… 

Chocolate covered cherries are a perfect treat to add to your candy

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bowl this Summer or to simply munch on around the pool. Juicy, tart dried cherries are dipped into velvety milk chocolate and given a high gloss shine for a sophisticated, festive finish. 

Dried strawberries simply scream summer! These add a sweet burst of flavor to your favorite recipes. They are also delightful when mixed into vanilla ice cream, in layered fruit parfaits, or simply on its own! 

From cooling salads with the freshest Summer produce to light vegetable dishes, dried apricots are one of the most versatile ingredients to have on hand. If you’re craving something sweet, try adding a few of them into a peach pie filling for a glorious burst of flavor. 

Everybody loves peanuts 

Admit it. Everything’s better with peanuts: salads, ice cream

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sundaes, and everything in-between. Add a handful of nutty, crunchy roasted peanuts to your favorite Summer recipes to turn them into flavor bombs! 

If you love sweet & savory, do yourself a favor and try our butter toffee peanuts. These are the perfect treat for when you just need a little something to finish your meal on a sweet note. If you’re feeling creative, try using them as a topping for cookie bars or blondies: peanuts, caramel and pretzels make for the best combination! 

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