Whether it’s straight out of your backyard garden or fresh from the farmer’s market, having produce close at hand is one of the best perks of summer. And since we love veggies so much, we whipped up some fresh ideas for your summer bounty. Let’s dig in!
Salad. On a stick? Genius! You can’t beat a recipe that’s this fun to eat and this good for you. The sweet, tangy and savory flavor combo is a soon-to-be favorite for kids and adults.
Our take on the Southeast Asian mainstay. Satay usually calls for coconut milk as the marinade base, but we decided to try swapping it out with Greek yogurt. Needless to say, we were pretty pleased with the results.
The average zucchini plant yields 6 to 10 pounds of fruit every year. That’s a lot of zucchini! If you find yourself with a surplus this season, these turkey-stuffed veggie boats of goodness are a must-try summer entreé.
The combination of peppery radishes with sweet and buttery hazelnuts is simply divine. Top it off with our avocado ranch, and you have rich medley of flavors you’ll go back to all summer.
These hearty caps are perfect if you’re looking to mix up your appetizer game. With cheesy spinach goodness in every bite, these little morsels are sure to be a hit.
Presentation is key. This layered salad is quick, easy, and puts your veggies front and center.
This recipe is great no matter what veggies you have on hand. Carrots, peppers, zucchini, asparagus — throw it all in. The more the better!