Looking for low country boil ideas? Wait until you try this menu and recipe for low country boil dinner party.
If you’ve been following along with my supper club, you know we are celebrating the tastes of summer with a low country boil.
We shared the table decorations HERE and today, we are sharing an amazing menu with the best recipe for low country boil.
Have you been to a seafood boil dinner party before?
The food is amazing, super casual, and really good!
From cocktails to the sides, the main course and dessert, this post has you covered for your next summer bash.
If you are coming from Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse, welcome to my home!
Wait until you try this incredible menu and delicious recipe for low country boil!
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6 Delicious Menu Ideas for a Low Country Boil
While you can just serve the seafood boil recipe, I love a menu that is rounded out and my supper club knocked this one out of the park!
What I love most about this menu and recipe for low country boil is the ease of making it! You can prepare a lot ahead of time and the dishes are simple to make.
Wait until you try these amazing dishes!
Simple Summer Strawberry Lemonade by Midwest Life and Style
When you are hosting a party in summer, a simple yet refreshing summer drink is needed to accompany the meal.
This simple summer strawberry lemonade by my good friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style sounds so good doesn’t it?
And I love that it takes a few minutes to make too.
The Best Carolina Caviar by Simply 2 Moms
I don’t know about you, but I am a HUGE fan of Carolina Caviar.
And my good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms shared an amazing recipe for it too.
While it makes a great appetizer for a party, it’s just as good on it’s own as a meal on a casual Friday night.
I love those kinds of dishes, don’t you? Wait until you try their recipe!
Easy Low Country Boil Recipe by The Ponds Farmhouse
But let’s face it, we are all hear for the seafood boil, am I right?
Oh wow Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse’s recipe sounds so good and super simple to make – which is totally up my alley.
I’ve made other versions of seafood boils, so I really want to make this one!
Simple Salad with Cucumber, Tomato, and Onion Recipe
For this month’s supper club, I was in charge of bringing a side dish.
While I was kicking around some ideas, I decided to go with this light, refreshing, and super easy to make salad with cucumber, tomato, onion recipe.
It makes a great side dish for a low country boil or barbecue, but it can also be served as a light lunch.
But the best part?
Its a great dish to make all summer long because its summer vegetable season, so the ingredients are freshly available all summer long.
Whether you pick them up at your local farmer’s market or grow them in your own garden, this salad is best with the freshest of ingredients.
Get the recipe HERE.
Easy Hush Puppy Hack by Saved From Salvage
Our guest host, Regina from Saved from Salvage, shared an amazing easy hush puppy hack that you’ve got to try!
Have you made hush puppies before?
YUM they are so good!
I did not know this hack though! Wait until you see what she does.
Old Fashioned Banana Pudding Served in Jars by Vintage Home Designs
To round out this incredible dinner menu and recipe for low country boil, my good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs made one of my absolute favorite dishes, banana pudding.
Her recipe for old fashioned banana pudding sounds SO GOOD but she also made it look so pretty!
Wait until you try this creamy and delicious dessert!
And that’s it! Thanks so much for dropping by the blog today. You’ll have to let me know if you try making this menu and recipe for low country boil.
Next up in our virtual supper club is Regina from Saved from Salvage.
Looking for More Menu Ideas for a Summer Party?
There is nothing better than outdoor summer dinner parties.
From the ambiance to the sounds of summer, I love a good outdoor dining experience.
If you are hosting a dinner party or event this summer, you’ve got to try these dishes.
They are quick and easy to make, plus total crowd-pleasers.
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