Literally Just 12 Recipes Packed With Summer’s Best Flavors 

Literally Just 12 Recipes Packed With Summer’s Best Flavors 

Grilled corn on the cob caked with crumbled cotija cheese and drizzled with aioli sauce. A light, refreshing spinach salad sprinkled with diced watermelon and walnuts. If neither one of these dishes scream “summer” to you, then maybe the rest of these summer-appropriate recipes loaded with summer fruits and veggies will. 

From watermelon salad to sweet corn pie, your summer isn’t complete without these lunch, dinner and dessert recipes featuring summer’s most popular flavors, from strawberries, peaches and blueberries to zucchini, okra, cucumbers and more.

Watermelon avocado spinach salad with poppy seed dressing

Image: Two Peas & Their Pod.

Does it get any lighter and more refreshing than this watermelon avocado salad? Loaded with feta cheese, almonds, red onions and drenched in poppy seed dressing, you’ll crave this every day of the week.

Lemony cucumber couscous salad

Image: Budget Bytes.

For a quick, filling, pick-me-up, turn to this citrusy couscous salad with cucumbers, parsley and crumbled feta cheese. When you do make this 20-minute pasta salad, though, don’t use bottled lemon juice. 

Five-minute strawberry dessert

Image: One Sweet Appetite.

Short on time but want to indulge in a batch of fresh strawberries? Slice ’em in half and lay ’em out over a spread of ladyfingers coated in a generous layer of cool whip and Danish dessert.

Okra & green tomato fritters

Image: Southern Bite.

On summer nights when you’re willing to heat up some oil in a skillet, make these okra and green tomato fritters first. Mix coarsely chopped okra, cornmeal, flower, tomato, onion and garlic powder into a batter; then, fry one tablespoonful-worth of batter at a time until crispy brown. 

Blueberry dump cake

Image: Cake Whiz.

Dump cakes are basically the lazy cook’s go-to dessert, and if you have yet to make one, then turn to this blueberry cobbler dump cake, which requires just five ingredients and takes all of 35 minutes to make.

Sweet corn & zucchini pie

Image: Pinch of Yum.

The most summer-appropriate savory pie has to be one loaded with sweet corn and zucchini — and this pie from Pinch of Yum has just that, plus yellow onions, sliced mushrooms and a heap of mozzarella and Swiss cheese baked into it. 

Grilled peach avocado salad

Image: I Heart Umami.

You can never have too many avocado-fruit salads, and I Heart Umami’s grilled peach avocado salad combines two popular summer flavors, as well as fresh arugula and salty prosciutto, tossed with a touch of balsamic vinegar.

Lime coconut zucchini bread

Image: A Latte Food.

You haven’t had zucchini bread quite like this. A Latte Bread not only injects a touch of lime and a dash of sweet coconut into the loaf, but also tops off the loaf with a drizzle of lime glaze and toasted coconut. 

Roasted poblano & sweet corn chicken salad

Image: The Creative Bite.

Healthy, filling and flavorful, the Creative Bite’s chicken salad is equal parts hot (thanks to the poblano peppers and cayenne pepper) and sweet. Plus, the chicken salad substitutes mayonnaise for Greek yogurt, so you won’t feel too guilty for eating more than one lettuce cup.

Creamy cucumber salad

Image: Joyful Healthy Eats.

On sweltering days, this 10-minute, creamy cucumber salad made with Greek yogurt, fresh dill, lemon, fresh herb, honey, vinegar and sliced red onions will cool you right off. 

Summer polenta with chimichurri & tomatoes

Image: Saveur.

Rich-and-creamy polenta isn’t just a fall or winter comfort food. Paired with the right veggies, polenta can fit right into your summer dinner lineup — like Saveur’s recipe, which calls for jalapeños, cherry tomatoes and plenty of flavorful herbs.

Prosciutto, melon & mozzarella salad

Image: Dreams and Epiphanies.

Sweet and salty, this prosciutto, melon and mozzarella salad is the perfect opportunity to stock up on fresh produce at the farmer’s market. Be sure to also have EVOO, fresh basil and balsamic vinegar on hand, too.


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