No-Bake Summer Picnic

by Grace Bonney

This weekend the temperatures are scheduled to top 90 degrees just about every day, so we thought it would be the perfect time to share some picnic ideas that don’t involve heating up the house with baking. Along with some help from our friend Christina Suarez Krumsick, the author of No Bake Makery: 80 Two-Bite Treats Made with Lovin’, Not an Oven, we gathered some friends, pets and snacks to celebrate the summer in Prospect Park. So if it’s too hot to cook up a storm this holiday weekend, we hope you’ll enjoy these ideas and a delicious recipe for a fruity no-bake retro cake. xo, grace

Evergreen Summer Striped Rectangle Tablecloth, Evergreen Summer Dip Bowls (in stores), Evergreen Summer Orange Beverage Tub (in stores), Room Essentials Chevron napkins in red, Coleman Party Stacker Cooler in red, Beach Balls (in stores) – all available at Target.

This summer inspiration is brought to you by Target. Find more fun and surprises all season long on Target’s #SummerUp Pinterest board. Link to: http://pinterest.com/target/summerup



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