As much as I’ve tried to deny it, the truth is summer is quickly coming to an end. I’m already seeing autumn decor out and about at the store. There are MANY things that I will miss about summer- luckily, grilling out doesn’t have to be one of them! Brad probably has the grill going more nights a week than not. We have a propane grill, so it’s super easy to heat up and throw on a chicken breast with some veggies.
When the lovely people at Reynolds wanted me to talk grill parties, I knew that wouldn’t be a problem. Grilling out is really the perfect way to serve a crowd. First of all, who doesn’t love grilled food?!?! Secondly, it makes cooking so easy- just throw everything on and and let it become delicious. Lastly, cleanup’s a cinch when you use Reynolds bakeware pans, parchment paper and/or aluminum foil and you get to continue having fun with your guests rather than doing dishes. So, how about a roundup of over 30 grill recipes that would be perfect for a party or simply for your family?!?! I can’t wait to try some of these myself.
I always have Reynolds aluminum foil and parchment paper on hand because not only does it make clean up quick and easy on the grill; but I often wrap my loaf pans and baking sheets in them, when baking, for speedy cleanup in the kitchen.
Burgers and hot dogs are great, but there’s so much more that you can throw on the grill. For your convenience, I’ve scouted out some of my favorite grilling recipes that use either aluminum foil or parchment paper. Choose one of these great grilling recipes for your next get-together or family dinner… you won’t be disappointed!
Oh and to make a foil packet- lay a large sheet of heavy-duty Reynolds foil on a flat surface, put the ingredients in the center of the foil and fold the foil sides. Double fold top and ends to seal packet, leaving room for heat circulation inside.
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After all that grilling, just roll some foil sheets together and scrub the grill grates clean of any leftover grease and build-up. I love super simple clean-up!
Something to think about….
Have you ever used foil or parchment paper to grill some of your favorite foods?
What’s your favorite thing to throw on the grill?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.