If you’ve been grilling for awhile, the time will come that you will no doubt run out of inspiration. You’ll still want to use the grill, of course, because it means you don’t have to break out the pots and pans and deal with a kitchen that’s in disarray when you’re done. It makes sense then that you’re best option is to fire up the grill.

And just like we often wonder what to grill tonight, we often face the question of what to grill on a Saturday afternoon when motivation to do anything too complicated goes out the window. It’s the weekend, after all, and it just doesn’t make sense to go to too much work! The good news is that in today’s blog we’ll take a look at three easy-to-make grilled lunch ideas to make your weekend a success.

Easy and Quick Foods for the Weekend


If you’re looking for great grilling ideas that require few ingredients and no special talents, making some grilled quesadillas is the way to go. All it takes is a few of your choice of tortillas, your favorite shredded cheese, and a little bit of oil on the grates of your grill so the finished product doesn’t stick. Add a bit of salsa and some sour cream and the end result is truly amazing. If you can muster up the energy to mash up a few avocados to make some guacamole, you can take your quesadillas to the next level.

Grilled PB and J

If you’ve never tried a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on the grill, you’re missing out. Regardless of your preferred method of making a good old peanut butter and jelly, firing up the grill and tossing it over some heat is a completely different experience than you’ve ever had before. Whether you choose white or wheat, strawberry, raspberry, or grape, chunky or creamy, it is pretty much a guarantee that the end result will be a delicious thing of beauty. Everything gets all melty and delicious–and all without having to make a mess of the kitchen.


One of the best thing about kabobs is that you can adapt any recipe to meet your needs. Essentially all you need is a meat, some veggies (or fruits), and a few skewers. From there, the sky is the limit. If you need a bit of inspiration, we’ve written about kabob recipes to try in a previous blog. If nothing from that one catches your eye, don’t hesitate to get creative with things. Kabobs are a great way to use up chicken, beef, or pork that was in your fridge at the end of the week. Don’t overthink it too much and you’ll be just fine!

Find a Propane Tank Exchange Location Near You

At Mighty Flame, we’re always here for you. Whether you’re wondering what to grill tonight or you’re doing research while looking for quick grilling ideas, we have you covered. We even share grilling tips, tricks, recipes, and more, ensuring that our readers always have the information that they need for a great grilling session right at their fingertips.

You’ll need the best fuel on the planet for when you fire up your grill. We’re talking about propane, of course, and fortunately for you, Mighty Flame has a number of propane tank exchange locations in the United States, ensuring that you’re always ready for whatever meal you’d like to make. Swing by the buy a propane tank if you don’t have one or swap out an empty one. Either way, we’ll make the process as easy as possible for you! Until next time, friends and neighbors.