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One of the great things about Summer is the incredible bounty of veggies that appear in our gardens or at farmers markets. But sometimes that bounty can get overwhelming! There’s only so many tomato sandwiches or zoodles you can eat. Am I right? 🤣 That’s why it’s always good to have some fresh ideas to put all those amazing veggies to good use. This little Summer Veggie Recipe Roundup shares 4 of our favorite summer recipes. All these dishes are easy, healthy and perfect for sharing with friends.

Just click on the links or images for each dish for the individual recipes.

Enjoy!


Elizabeth

Summer Veggie Recipe Roundup


summer succotash - part of a summer recipe roundup

Summer Succotash

This Summer Succotash recipe turns corn, zucchini, peppers and beans into a delicious side dish for summer suppers – or even a healthy light entree. Any leftovers are amazing in quiches, omelettes and even our fave Cheese & Veggie Enchiladas.


Greek Salad Hummus - - part of a summer recipe roundup

Greek Salad Hummus

Greek Salad Hummus is the perfect mash up of creamy, garlicky hummus and a Greek salad chock full of peppers, tomatoes, olives, feta and herbs. This makes an impressive appetizer, or do like we do: grab a bottle of wine, a stack of pitas and have this for dinner on the back deck.


Tomato Tart - part of a Summer Recipe Roundup

Tomato Tart

Fresh tomatoes from the garden or the farmstand are a true summer treat. This simple Tomato Tart marries a buttery pie crust, some parm, herbs and a slew of those tomatoes into a simple entree or first course. Bonus – this dish can be served either warm or at room temp, so you can make it in the cool of the morning for a light supper later in the day.


Greek Quinoa Salad - part of a summer recipe roundup

Greek Quinoa Salad

Greek Quinoa Salad is great to take to summer potlucks and picnics. Whenever I bring it somewhere, I come home with an empty bowl. And if you’re just eating light at home, it’s a complete meal in itself! Quinoa not your thing? Sub in orzo pasta for an equally delicious salad.