Top Ten Foods You Need to Eat This Summer

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Nights are getting longer, the end of school is near, the temperatures rising, and it must be summer! Summer is so close you can taste it- literally! Try some of these classic or new summer recipes to spice up your summer cuisine this season!

 

  1. Melt in your Mouth Ribs

Every carnivore’s dream! Ribs are a classic, and easy to cook on a grill! Invite some friends over and have a great cookout with this delicious, mouthwatering BBQ rib recipe!

These ribs come with a sweet and smoky rub that’s made of paprika, brown sugar, garlic powder, and hickory smoke salt. Pair all those seasonings with some pork ribs and your favorite barbecue sauce and you’ve got yourself a tasty treat to enjoy with your friends.

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  1. Cucumber Salad

Had enough of potato salad? Try this healthy, low-fat, low-calorie, and refreshing cucumber salad! Made with thinly sliced cucumbers and red onions, and marinated with a vinegar dressing, this tasty treat is best served cold with a hot summer day. You can eat just as a salad, or even top your favorite open faced sandwich with some!

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  1. Ice Cold Half-and-Half

Can’t choose between lemonade and iced tea? Have both in this tasty combo! This recipe features a great way to incorporate lemonade into sweet, cold iced tea. Pour some lemonade into an ice tray, freeze it, and have lemonade ice cubes. Then uses these to ice your mixture of sweet tea and some more lemonade.

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  1. Blueberry Cobbler

End a perfect meal with this delicious, fruity blueberry cobbler! This recipe uses fresh blueberries to make a delicious filling for a light and airy crust. This crust is made with flour, butter, sugar, salt, baking powder, and milk. The fresh blueberries are spread over and put in the oven to bake just right. Try this recipe with a glass of milk and even a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

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  1.  Oven Roasted Corn on the Cob

Sink your teeth into this tasty seasonal treat! This is a classic recipe that just hits the spot. This recipe has you baking your corn ears in their husks for about half an hour. After that, pull off the husks, and dress your corn with some butter or salt and pepper and enjoy!

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  1. Authentic Guacamole

Chill on the porch with a bowl of tortilla chips and a refreshing side of guacamole! This recipe calls for fresh avocados, tomatoes, onions, lime, and salt and pepper. In addition to these items, it also gives you an option to try your guacamole mixed with sour cream or Tabasco sauce. Mash everything together and enjoy this tasty dip!

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  1. Grilled Fruit Kabobs

Grilled fruit? What? You read right, and it’s delicious and juicy! This recipe has you grilling fresh peaches, plums, bananas and strawberries, and then covering the fruit with a delicious margarine honey sauce.

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  1. Tomato and Mozzarella Salad

Not only is it visually appealing, it tastes great! This recipe calls for fresh mozzarella, basil leaves, and tomatoes for the salad, and olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and salt for the dressing.

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  1. Juicy Fruit Popsicles

Time to cool down with this chill treat! Pick your favorite fruit frozen; blend that with some apple and lemon juice with a touch of honey for a sweet treat. Give the popsicles at least five hours to freeze, and enjoy! Follow the easy recipe below!

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  1. Fruit Pizza

This delicious dessert is a sugar cookie crust with a cream cheese filling and fresh fruit to top it off. We recommend using kiwis, blueberries, strawberries, and mandarin oranges so you can arrange it into a colorful pattern that looks as good as it tastes.

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