Braised zucchini teams up with heirloom cherry tomatoes and chickpeas in this simple summer dinner — it’s done in under 25 minutes! Get the recipe and enter to win a Le Creuset saucier on the Marketplace.
Have an overabundance of zucchini? Make delicious, healthy zucchini chips with this simple tutorial — and you don’t even need a dehydrator!
There’s a new non-mayo potato salad in town. This version is packed with veggies and has Mediterranean flavor to spare. Mayo haters rejoice!
Squash blossoms are only in season for a short amount of time, so get them while you can! We’ve stuffed them with goat cheese, given them a crispy cornmeal crust, and baked them to perfection in this light summer dinner recipe.
Teriyaki-marinated tofu, sweet pineapple, and tender zucchini, all grilled to perfection, and then served up in crispy lettuce cups and drizzled with a sesame-sriracha sauce. Beware: this one can be a little messy to eat — but it’s so worth it!
Whether you’re looking for some frozen desserts to help you stay cool or ways to use up zucchini from the garden, we’ve got them in this comprehensive list of our summer recipes.
You might not eat meat, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up grilling this summer! Our guide to vegetarian grilling has everything you need to get started — plus over 40 recipe ideas to get you cooking.
These Thai Iced Tea Pops might not be orange, but they taste just like the real thing — in convenient popsicle form! Instead of condensed milk, we used coconut milk to make them, which means they’re dairy-free too.
It’s hard to resist heirloom tomatoes — they’re colorful, they come in all shapes and sizes, and they’re packed with flavor. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipes for showcasing these summer gems.
Tender roasted green beans are topped with toasted panko, lemon zest, and grated Parmesan cheese in this easy summer side dish recipe.
Chopped raw walnuts have a mild flavor and crumbly texture that makes them a great substitute for ground beef. We used them to give this Asian-inspired stuffed eggplant recipe a meatless makeover!
Ginger pairs with cherries in this sweet-and-spicy summertime smoothie. Pledge to Savor the Summer with fresh fruit smoothies for a chance to win a $500 gift card to MightyNest!
Matcha isn’t just for drinking! It’s also the star ingredient in the creamy coconut dressing we’ve whipped up for this summer fruit salad. Find out more about matcha and its culinary uses in the first post of our new Ingredient Spotlight series.
Sprouted quinoa adds a boost of nutrition to these hearty veggie burgers, while smashed avocado spread and homemade pineapple salsa make them extra delicious.
A crusty baguette smeared with creamy garlic cashew cheese and then filled with juicy tomatoes, crunchy sprouts, fresh basil, and a sweet balsamic reduction. We’re nuts for this sandwich!
A super-moist, super-scrumptious dairy-free banana bread recipe studded with sweet blueberries. Even if you’re not vegan, you will love this bread!
Forget the pectin, chia seed jam is where it’s at! Not only is it easier to make than traditional jam, it’s also healthier too, with added fiber and protein from the chia seeds. We’ll show you step-by-step how to make it yourself.
Take your portabella burgers to the next level by basting them with a red wine reduction and serving them on grilled focaccia. So fancy!
This weekend the day of reckoning is finally coming for my garden. I’m going out there, I’m dragging my husband with me, and we are going to weed and prune and we’re not going to stop until that garden is in good shape for fall. Because right now, I’m a few dozen cats and a…
It has come to my attention that other bloggers have already started posting pumpkin and apple recipes. Sorry guys, I’m not letting go of summer produce that easily. You’re going to have to drag me away from corn and zucchini the same way you have to drag your 3-year-old out of the toy department at…
You know those people who go around saying that they have no regrets in life? I’m pretty sure those people are liars. You don’t regret that perm you got in 3rd grade from Fantastic Sam’s? Or the giant red glasses you picked out when you were 10 because you loved Sally Jessy Raphael that much?…
Can we talk about the miracle of flax eggs? You might not be able to whip them into an omelet or use them in a quiche, but I’ve been experimenting with them a lot in vegan baking lately and they work really well. Better than I expected, even. I rarely have eggs on hand because…
We’ve lived in North Carolina for a little over two years now and we still haven’t had the chance to explore very much. One of the reasons we were so excited about moving here is that there seemed to be so much more to do in the area–well, at least compared to Wisconsin. (No offense,…
It’s time for peaches! Well, okay, August is time for a lot of things. But peaches are among my favorite. Whenever we’re at the farmers market, we buy a basket full of peaches, but then I freak out because I have to figure out ways to use them all before they go bad. (And if…