I love pasta salads in the summer! This one combines veggies, tofu for protein and a silky sesame based sauce for a delicious cool meal! It is healthy, easy to make and can even be made ahead of time. I like to make a batch and eat them for lunch for a few days.
This pork roast recipe is indeed hearty, and easy to make in either a classic oven braise as well as cooking in a slow cooker. This recipe can easliy feed the whole family for Sunday dinner. It’s a keeper!
Adapted from thestayathomechef.com
Hungry for a delicious yet healthy cookie that has little sugar in it compared to most cookies? Try these scrumptious crasin chocolate nut cookies that blossom with flavor from the dried fruit and dark chocolate, nuts and oatmeal. A small cookie that packs a lot of flavor and fiber, my favorite!
Here is a fast, easy and delicious Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Rice recipe. All you need is one pot and 8 ingredients and you are set to go. This is a keeper recipe!
Adapted from Budgetbytes.com
If you are looking for a quick and easy Summer meal, fajitas are the perfect choice! These are healthy, flavorful and delicious! All you need to do is sautee veggies and warm the beans and dinner is ready! Feel free to swap in your favorite veggies in these, if you can get them local even better since the are in season right now!
I love tofu because it is a blank palette for flavors! One of my favorite things to make with it is buffalo tofu! If you like the flavor of buffalo wings, but want a healthier plant based option this is perfect! It is easy to make and so good!
Canning in jars is easy when you know how to make strawberry rhubarb jam from fresh rhubarb, stawberries, sugar and lemon without pectin. You may find yourself doing this every summer, it’s that easy.
Need a fantastic marinade for pork steaks on the grill? Look no further. This recipe can also be done on the stovetop with a cast-iron skillet. Either way, it is simply delicious and a summertime favorite!
Adapted New York Times Recipes: cooking.nytimes.com/recipes
Summertime is pie time. Try this fresh strawberry rhubarb pie recipe that has been tried and tested for many years. The rhubarb is ready to pick and the strawberries are also plentiful this time of year. This is one treat worth taking the time to make.
Adapted from Betty Crockers Picture Cook Book, 1956.
In the summer, cooling drinks are essential! This blueberry ginger limeade is an especially delicious drink to cool off with on the patio! It contains no refined sugar so it is healthier than most store bought drinks, and it is pretty simple to make!