Fall Picnic: Homemade scotch eggs, veggies and dip, fresh honey crisp apples, apple cider, and butter tarts make the perfect fall picinc.
This weekend was beautiful. It was warm, and sunny, and the leaves were turning colours, and it was perfect for a fall picnic.
Fall Hike and Picnic
We wanted some acorns for some fall decorating, so it was the perfect excuse for a little hike in the woods, and a picnic lunch.
Easy Fall Picnic Menu
In the morning, before we went I made some Scotch Eggs -see my recipe here. I first had them many years ago, when I lived in England for a year, and a friend made them and packed them for a picnic there. If you’ve never had one, it’s a hard boiled egg, covered in sausage meat, and bread crumbs, and fried to a lovely golden brown. You can serve them hot, cold, or room temperature.
Veggies and Dip
We packed them up along with some veggies and a some dip in a mason jar.
Apples, Cider, and Butter Tarts
The day before our picnic we were out looking for some pumpkins and we stopped at a farm stand and bought some honey crisp apples, fresh apple and pear cider, and some homemade butter tarts. So, I packed them up for our picnic too. I poured the cider into pretty individual glass bottles, and brought along some pretty stripped paper straws.
We had a wonderful time enjoying the warm weather, and finding acorns, and fall leaves -even if we did get the different trails a little mixed up. 😉
With beautiful fall weather, excited little girls, and a fall picnic to enjoy, life really is a party.
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