22 Healthy Recipes to Cook on the Grill
KebabsBefore you throw food on the grill, throw that food on a stick! Party ready, and fun to eat...
Green Plan SmartPoints® value 3*
Blue Plan (Freestyle™) SmartPoints® value 3*
Purple Plan SmartPoints® value 3*
We've dreamt up many incredible skewer recipes over the years, but this may be our best ever. It has the perfect balance of sweet and savory, and you really can't beat chicken sausage grilled in sweet glaze. This one's a must-make!
BurgersPatty time! Nothing says grill season like freshly cooked burger patties. Some of these recipes call for a grill pan for indoor cooking, but you can easily make them on the grill. Just set the temp to medium high, and cook with the grill cover down. Owners of the Clean & Hungry cookbook, don't miss the Black Bean Burgers, Falafel Burgers, and Jumbo Burgers!
Grilled VeggiesVegetarians need not feel left out amid all the meats popping off the grill at summer cookouts… Grilled veggies are amazing and should not be neglected!
Foil PacksFoil packs are perfect for the grill -- nothing falls through the grate! Plus, it's super easy to create fun combinations. These recipes were originally developed to be baked in the oven, but here's how to cook 'em up on the grill.
Green Plan SmartPoints® value 7*
Blue Plan (Freestyle™) SmartPoints® value 2*
Purple Plan SmartPoints® value 2*
Simple but delicious. Salmon tastes amazing with BBQ sauce, and though it does have a fair amount of fat, it's the good-for-you kind. Paired up with summer squash, this is a perfect seasonal meal made easy!
More Good GrillablesA delicious shrimp slaw, show-stopping chicken wings, grill-marked fruit… We couldn't not include these recipes!
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Happy July, a.k.a. National Grilling Month. If only you had some recipes you could cook on the grill…
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