This Will Be Your Go-To Recipe This Summer

Whether you’re headed out to a ball game or spending a sunny day at a local park, thoughts of what to feed your hungry Minis won’t be far from your mind. Sure, picking up your favorite take-out is always an option, but we’re certain this easy and delicious recipe from Weeknight Society will become a new favorite all summer long.

Picnic Sandwiches

Ingredients

1 large loaf crusty bread
8 ounces fresh mozzarella
1 pound fresh sliced salami
1 large bunch basil leaves
1 jar roasted bell peppers in oil
1 large bunch arugula
1 cucumber, thinly sliced
2 cups green olives, roughly chopped
Olive oil
Salt and pepper

Step One
Slice the top off of the loaf of bread. With a spoon, hollow out as much of the inside of the bread as is possible. Brush the inside of the bread with olive oil.

Step Two
Layer each ingredient in a single layer on top of each other. Continue stacking ingredients until the loaf of bread is full.

Step Three
Replace the top on the bread and press down with something heavy. Let rest for at least 10 minutes. Serve with potato chips.

You can find more recipes just like this one on the Weeknight Society app, founded by blogger and cookbook author, Alexandra Hedin. Created for busy parents who, like her, wanted to prepare easy, healthy weeknight meals for their families, weekly menus are uploaded to the custom app every Saturday, complete with step-by-step photography and an aggregate grocery list, which allows you to check off items as you shop. Each recipe calls for seasonal ingredients found at a local farmer’s market or grocer, so you can take advantage of the freshest flavors of the season. 


Add more recipes to your collection with these 6 New Cookbooks with Ideas to Feed Your Family then read how This Baby Food Service Will Keep Your Kids Eating Healthy.

Opening Image: Courtesy of Weeknight Society

Kate Kirby
Kate Kirby

Editor in Chief

Kaitlyn Kirby is the founder and editor in chief of Mini Magazine.

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