Summer barbecue recipes that are way more interesting than burgers and hot dogs!
Spice up your corn on the cob by adding Greek yogurt, cheese, and chili powder. Yum!
Sweet potatoes are a great source of fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C. They also make delicious “fries” when covered with olive oil and spices.
This is a classic recipe for the classic barbecue side dish. It’s made with clean mayo, however, which is much healthier than traditional mayonnaise.
Farmers’ markets have a bounty of kale and tomatoes during the summer, so you should be able to find incredible ingredients for this veggie side dish.
This watermelon & cucumber salad is flavorful, refreshing, and summery. It’s garnished with fresh mint for some extra pizzazz.