If you’re always on the hunt for ideas to make lunch easier and more appealing for your smaller family members when they’re required to eat quickly at school or camp, this is a perfect way to pack a wrap! Not only are these wraps beautiful, serving them in slices makes it easy to dial in the portion that’s best for each kid.
If you’re out on a long bike ride or energy-draining hike and need a light, filling, nutritious snack that will make your tastebuds smile, reach for these! They’re easy to make and store well at room temperature–perfect for busy days on the go.
Pumpkin cookies may sound like fall to you, but don’t pass them over for summer snacking! Packed with fiber and providing a great balance of nutrients, they’re a wonderful little treat to boost your energy during your busy summer activities.
Summertime, and the eating is fishy…in a good way. Visit your seafood counter for the freshest catch of the week and top it with the farmer’s market-ripe tomatoes and an absolute bounty of basil for a dish that will having your guests absolutely swimming in anticipatory saliva.
Classic ceviche involves using raw fish and relying on the acidity of your sauce to “cook” the fish for you. Getting that dish right safely is a challenge even for pros, but you can enjoy those wonderful, fresh summer flavors in this dish with confidence that you and your guests will be as safe as you are well fed.
Good news for those of us who have a hard time eating enough fish: shrimp counts! And there’s no more enjoyable way to savor it than a nicely seasoned skewer of lovely grilled shrimp.
Summer is the season of seafood, and with the triple fennel threat of bulbs, fronds, and seeds, this recipe is a treat to anyone who loves the sweet taste of fennel.
Blueberries are a fantastic fruit to include in your diet, and they are well-loved for their bright, sweet flavor that just tastes like summer. This smoothie combines them with cocoa powder and spinach for a delicious treat. If you’re serving it to a child or elderly person who struggles to get enough calories, add in a little no-sugar-added nut butter to make it a meal.