You've seen coffee ice cubes, chai ice cubes, and melon ice cubes, but what about watermelon ice cubes? These one-ingredient ice cubes couldn't be easier to make, and look so refreshing. Put a couple in your cold seltzer water this summer and get a sweet treat as they slowly melt.
I'm going to be up-front and say this sweet snack is not as easy as cutting up an apple and pairing it with peanut butter. But sometimes, you need to make something epic, something everyone will remember you for when you bring them to work or bust out when your new friends come over. This is that snack.
Do you wish you could have a bite of a blueberry muffin every day? Me too. That's why this energy bite recipe is genius. It combines simple, healthy ingredients, including dried blueberries and nuts. These energy bites supposedly taste just like a blueberry muffin — minus the butter and flour. You only need one of these things for a snack to feel a little more satisfied.
Fresh mozzarella and burrata are two types of semi-soft Italian cheese. They're both super creamy and utterly delicious. With just a quick glance, these two types of cheese look similar — can you tell which is which? And do you know what sets them apart?
BBQ chips are great and all, but ultra-thin salt and vinegar chips are my jam. They're so salty, so sour, and so crunchy. Instead of using potatoes, this summer chip recipe uses seasonal zucchini to carry that awesome combo. Care to try it out?
When blackberries are in season I eat them by the handful. They're good just as they are. But if you're looking to step up your summer berry game, or are entertaining people in the next couple months, this simple sweet recipe — with blackberries, white chocolate, and pistachios — is a real treat.
This recipe sounds weird, looks amazing, and I bet tastes even better. It takes a trendy recipe, cauliflower steaks, and tops it with an unusual rosemary roasted grape chutney. The cauliflower is garlicky and the grapes are sweet – an interesting match! Have you ever had anything like this?
You know what makes a summer salad even better? When most (or all) of the salad is thrown on the grill. Such is the case with this gorgeous meal — grilled chicken, grilled romaine, and grilled bread, topped with cheese and scallions or chives.
Turn your roasted and grilled summer vegetables into an amazing dinner by drizzling this scallion miso butter sauce on everything in sight. It's simple to make – just butter, white miso, scallions, and pepper. Put the vegetables over some grains and throw some fresh scallions on the whole thing. Voila!
Move over, burgers! This Memorial Day weekend I'm going to make grilled chicken kebabs. The chicken is skewered and grilled with onion and garlic powder, dried oregano, and lemon. It's added to a big bowl of rice, tzatziki, and cool cucumbers.