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10 Boating Recipes That We Love



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We have been reading the latest food blogs and looking for the perfect galley food for you to make on your boat or to take along with you as you cruise the waters.



You might be asking, "What types of food should I bring boating?" Well, we suggest bringing food like dry snacks, pasta, fruit, and vegetables. Basically, food that is not too heavy or that needs to stay hot. Keep it light and chilled.


Definitely think about preparing your boating recipes prior to leaving the dock, especially if you are going on a one-day boating trip. Nobody wants to spend their time chopping, dicing, and mixing when you should be enjoying the amazing views from the water!



Think about the containers for keeping your food in when you are preparing the galley food ahead of time. We always have several of these party platters on hand when going on a boating trip. It's great for keeping food and dips separated during transport because nobody enjoys soggy chips with their dip.


If you want to get fancy with your make-ahead boating recipes, then we suggest these sturdy party trays to display your food on. We enjoy having these trays around because they are lightweight and won't shatter. Plus they are stackable for easy boat storage.


Now that you know the types of boating food you should bring, food storage ideas, and party tray ideas, let's review the best boating recipes for summertime!



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10 Easy Boating Recipes

  1. Out of This World Corn Dip by Inspired by Charm

  2. Cowboy Cavier by Culinary Hill

  3. 7 Layer Lebanese Hummus Dip by The Lemon Bowl

  4. Orzo Pasta Salad by Chelsea's Messy Apron

  5. The Best Chicken Salad by The Daring Gourmet

  6. Zesty Lime Shrimp and Avacado Salad by Skinny Taste

  7. Greek Salad Skewers by The Lazy Dish

  8. BLT Wraps by Center Cut Cook

  9. Quinoa Salad by Cookie and Kate

  10. Fruit Salad with Honey Lime Dressing by Cooking Classy


Remember to keep your boating recipes simple, easy to manage, and light. Also, making snacks and galley food before you leave the shore may be easier than preparing it on the boat. Bring along pita and tortilla chips to round out our top list of boating recipes. If you enjoyed these tips and boating recipes please share this post:)




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