Here's What You Should Be Bringing To Your Neighbor's BBQ...

by Robert Kalin August 13, 2019

Backyard Barbecue

We are in the middle of August which means one thing: Football is starting! And that means that Sunday barbecue parties are imminent. Here is a list of five healthy recipes that you can bring to your neighbor's barbecue that will make you the life of the party.


 

Organic Coconut Curry Potato Salad

1. Coconut Curry Potato Salad

Anybody can pick up a bland styrofoam container of potato salad from the grocery store, but this is taking it to the next level. Coconut Curry Potato salad not only tastes great but is a healthy alternative to a traditional potato salad. With ingredients like cilantro, mint, and roasted cashews, you will be taking home an empty bowl when you leave the party. 

You can find the recipe for this amazing dish HERE

 

 

 Organic Spice Recipe

 

2. Spicy Olive Hummus

People will put hummus on just about anything. Your friends will love this hummus that brings the fire of FreshJax Ghost Pepper: Fiery HOT Sea Salt. Just place it next to the vegetable tray and watch as it quickly disappears.

Click HERE to find out how easy it is to make this recipe.

 

 

Organic Spice Gift Set

3. Grilling 5 Pack

This one is perfect who anyone who doesn't want to cook something. Just set it down at the food table and watch people sprinkle these seasonings all over their plates. The 5 pack is perfect because it doesn't matter what is served at the party. There is Grill Master: Organic Burger Seasoning for burgers, Fresh Bay: Organic Sea Seasoning for fish, Citrus Pepper: Herb and Citrus Seasoning for chicken, Smokey Southwest: Organic Grill Seasoning for chili, and Peppered Habanero: Organic Hot Grill Spice for steak

You can find the Grilling 5 pack HERE

 

 

 Organic Spice Nacho Cheese

 

4. Smokey Southwest Nacho Cheese

 It's not a party until the nachos come through the door. These are an amazing vegan alternative to traditional nachos. They combine the bold taste of Smokey Southwest: Organic Grill Seasoning with a touch of Turmeric Yellow Curry: Organic Thai Spice for an incredible flavor. 

Get the recipe HERE!

 

 

Organic Rosy Cheek Sweet Potato Fries

5. Homemade Sweet Potato Fries

Yes, you can have the sweet and delicious flavor of sweet potato fries without the $1.50 upcharge. What is great about these fries is that they are coated in FreshJax Rosy Cheeks: Organic Maple Bourbon BBQ Spice making them sweet and savory. They are the perfect side to bring to your next barbecue.

Click HERE to get the recipe for these tasty treats.

 


Use code BBQTIME to get an amazing discount on all FreshJax organic spices!





Robert Kalin
Robert Kalin

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Robert Kalin is a Marketing Content Creator for FreshJax. He graduated from the College of Business at North Florida University with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. Robert loves creating fun and interesting content and has a passion for writing.



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