Chill out with these cool recipes that require no cooking whatsoever.
Hide from the heat with these cool dinner recipes, because sometimes it’s just too hot to cook.
In the sticky heat of summer, nothing beats a crisp, chilled white wine paired with a cool seafood dish.
The warm temps are here to stay. Keep cool and satisfy your sweet tooth with these easy dessert recipes, no oven needed.
A tart and refreshing smoothie that will get you in the mood for summer!
Warm rays of sunshine are coming and we are ready for some frozen sips. Recreate the childhood favorite PB&J in a boozy milkshake form.
Beef and lamb meat combine to create a flavorful patty that is easily grilled and served on naan or pita with a creamy, cool cucumber sauce.
Flavorful tofu with peanut sauce and crunchy, raw vegetables makes for a filling spring roll that is cool enough for a hot summer day.
Grab some of summer’s fresh berries, a touch of sugar, and your favorite yogurt to easily create a festive cool dessert.
Creamy and tart with lemon, this blueberry and buttermilk ice cream is a sure summertime pleaser.
A classic frozen yogurt that is so simple to make. With just five ingredients and a few minutes of prep you have yourself a cool dessert for summertime.
It’s too warm to turn on the oven, instead try one of these low temperature desserts that are beautiful crowd pleasers.
Spring onions, yogurt, and avocado combine with salty Swedish cheese crisps for a tasty warm weather soup. Serve this pureed soup as a first course at your next dinner party or holiday gathering.
Grab fruit, herbs, or edible flowers and freeze them inside coconut water or milk and alongside coconut meat for a refreshing treat fit for a midday snack.
A slew of refreshing recipes that will allow you to enjoy the bounty of summer while you cool off. Grab a bowl and dive into some of our favorites.
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Salmorejo soup simply showcases fresh tomatoes and bread, without the addition of other vegetables.
Pea soup, chilled and baconless certainly won’t win over the pea soup haters…unless you actually give it a try.