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Make Labor Day Meal Prep for Festivities Easy this Year with Libby’s® Canned Fruits & Vegetables
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Make Labor Day Meal Prep for Festivities Easy this Year with Libby’s® Canned Fruits & Vegetables

The last hurrah of summer should always end with a bash! Labor Day weekend serves as the perfect time to celebrate the end of the summer with family and friends as the temperatures will slowly start to cool down to welcome the fall. 

Traveling somewhere for the weekend is always fun but can be hectic and pricey. Therefore, a staycation for Labor Day weekend may be the best way to go! Gather around with family and friends for a BBQ feasting day, and host it potluck style so you are not left prepping the menu by yourself! And want to know the best part of all? Since Libby’s® Canned Fruits & Vegetables Libby’s® is already prepared and ready to go, all you have to do is open a can and add it into a simple recipe for some added texture and flavor.

Libby’s® Canned Fruits & Vegetables also provides a variety of colors to help brighten up the BBQ table and can be added to salads, tacos, or a simple side dish. Libby’s® can help you create the perfect festive dish for this holiday weekend to spend less time in the kitchen and get you back to the table to enjoy yourself! 

Labor Day prep will be easy this year. So, soak up the sun, relax and enjoy a refreshing beverage at your BBQ potluck surrounded by the great company of family and friends.

Below are some great recipes you can make for your Labor Day BBQ potluck!

sticky apricot glazed chicken

Sticky Apricot Glazed Chicken

A sweet and savory combination for the win!

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carrot and green bean salad

Carrot and Green Bean Salad

Easily throw together two cans of Libby’s® products to make this dish.

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colorful chopped salad

Colorful Chopped Salad

Vibrant summer colors and flavors in this salad!

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For more recipe ideas and inspiration, check out Libby’s® Recipe Box and on their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

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