Budget-Friendly Recipes Made with Summer Produce
Summer Produce Spotlight: WatermelonSweet, juicy, and inarguably refreshing, watermelon is a no-brainer choice during the summer months. Pro tip: Pick up this highly rated slicer under $10!
Summer Produce Spotlight: CornDid you know corn is high in potassium and vitamin C? True story! And we all know it’s sweeter-than-sweet in the summertime. Some of these recipes call for frozen kernels, but they’d be just as good (if not better) made with freshly cooked corn.
Summer Produce Spotlight: Bell PeppersThese antioxidant-rich rockstars are so good in the summer months. And they make surprisingly great swaps for sandwich buns! Munch on sliced red ones with your favorite dip, and whip up the recipes below.
Summer Produce Spotlight: ZucchiniIt’s no secret we love the shapeshifting swap that is zucchini. In these recipes, zucchini plays the part of pasta, potatoes, AND tortilla chips!
Summer Produce Spotlight: BerriesRaspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries… All have their moment in the spotlight come summertime. They can be pretty pricey mid-winter, so now’s the time to indulge…
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