Festival food you can make at home

Make a party of dining outdoors! You will love these delicious and fun festival-style dishes from around the world

Festival food you can make at home

Festival season is a little different this year, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate! You can still grab your wellies and pitch a tent in the garden for that festival experience at home.

Recreate your own festival vibe with these tasty, festval-inspired recipes that are packed with flavours from all over the world and are super easy to make, perfect for alfresco dining. Go on, grab your face glitter and get stuck in...

Pork gyros

Pronounced 'yee-ros', these Greek-inspired wraps are stuffed with tender pork loin, potatoes, salad and a herby tzatziki dressing. Kids and grown-ups alike will love the finger food-style nature of these tasty flatbreads.

Jerk chicken with rice and beans

Originating from the Caribbean, jerk chicken is a street food classic. Tasty, spiced drumsticks are marinaded in chilli, herbs and plenty of thyme, then griddled and served on a bed of fluffy rice. We like to serve ours with grilled pineapple - the sweet, caramelised fruit balances out the fiery chicken for the ultimate sweet-meets-spicy flavour sensation. Try it!

Mac, cheese and veg bites

Mac and cheese fans beware - these saucy and crispy bites are so moreish, it's hard not to devour the entire plate! Crisp on the outside, and filled with pasta in a gooey cheese and butternut squash sauce, these savoury delights make great party canapés or a tasty side dish.

Fancy something light and crunchy on the side of your festival extravaganza? For a super-quick slaw, toss together sliced red cabbage, sliced green apple and chopped chives. Fresh, light and crunchy!

Strawberry coke and frozen yogurt float

We love the retro flavours of an all-American ice cream float. We've given ours a 21st century makeover by using strawberry Diet Coke and strawberry frozen yogurt for a subtle tang. Creamy, fizzy and oh-so refreshing.

Baked churros with chocolate dip.

A bit like a Spanish doughnut, these long pastry treats are best served warm with a gorgeous chocolate sauce for dipping. Ours are baked rather than fried, so you can easily master them at home. Go on, you know you want to!

Have our festival foods got you in the mood for a big summer blowout? Make sure to stock up on everything you need to make these street food marvels online or pop into your local store.