Where has the year gone? I seriously can't believe we are already in summer. It's basically the holidays again and next year... am i right? Anyway, see below for my top 10 summer recipes! These have been/will be on repeat all summer. All super refreshing, easy and filled with flava! Which is your favorite?
Jalapeño VEGAN queso; filled with a base of soaked cashews, nutritional yeast, roasted jalapeños and almondmilk, the perfect side for a summer BBQ or get-together.
Hiya thai steak lettuce wraps with 20 min' pickled carrots! This is on the agenda tonight - grilled with slow roasted garlic spread, sesame oil, fish sauce, soy sauce and dipped in habanero ranch.
Soba noodle peanut stir fry - with only a few ingredients, this recipe packs soo much flavor and is perf + light for summertime.
This toasted ravioli recipe is the perfect game day snack, easy party get together or just dinner recipe! All you really need is mushroom ravioli and the regular frying essentials like bread crumbs and oil, which is most likely in your pantry. You can toss this on top of arugula as well or serve with your favorite dipping sauce (we just used our favorite tomato sauce!)
OMG this cauliflower larb (thai spicy salad) is giving me LIFE rn. Cauliflower rice mixed with fresh herbs, rice powder & lime juice, wrapped in butter lettuce with homemade hot sauce.
Looking for a quick and easy recipe for lunch or an appetizer? Look no further! These juicy jumbo shrimp skewers with peanut pesto are the perfect to snack on!
Currently dreaming of this four ingredient chia seed chocolate coffee mousse made cold brew. A simple mix of four ingredients with your favorite mix n match toppings. Make ahead for breakfast or eat as a snack in no time!
On a (see)food diet with these sesame oil shrimp rolls! Made with lemon, pickles, mayo, celery, garlic pepper and sesame oil, of course melted butter.
Vegan dumplings mixed with mushrooms, cabbage, carrots and loads of sesame oil and soy sauce, ginger and garlic. Paired with a spicy coconut broth.It’s served as a hot broth but can work for the summertime as a cold sauce/broth as well.