Top 10 Summer Recipes for Hot Days

Healthy eating
Plant-based diets
Infused water for hot days

It’s summer time YAY! We’re so lucky to have such a warm summer, but it seems like we always feel like eating refreshing food and we sometimes lack inspiration. Here’s our TOP 10 recipes for hot days #everydayofsummer!

Sparkling Kiwi Lime and Rosemary Lemonade

Ok, I know a green lemonade with spinach sounds wierd! But trust me, it’s so worth the try. Bonus : It’s packed with vitamin C!

Apricots Bocconcini and Mint Vegetable Spiral Salad

I think this is our favourite summer recipe! Yes, it takes a spiralizer, but it’s not very expensive and allows you to make lots of fun recipes!

Vege Poke Bowl

Admit it, if something screams summer, it’s definitely watermelon! This recipe is super simple and if tofu isn’t your thing, swap it for shrimps, chicken or salmon!

Infused Water

It seems like when it’s hot outside, drinking water isn’t satisfying. But drinking fruit juice is not a great habit considering the consequences of liquid calories.... So infused water is perfect to quench your thirst and give a delicious fresh taste to your taste buds.

Watermelon, Tomato and Fennel Salsa from Trois fois par jour

It’s a little twist on traditional salsa and it’s so good with chips, but also on fish or chicken or in tacos!

Raspberry and Basil Smoothie Cubes

So practical for busy mornings or as a post-workout snack! You can even enjoy this after a run in the sun.

Curried Shrimp Brochettes from Ricardo (tasty with chicken cubes too!)

Because when it’s warm, it’s much more fun to take the BBQ out than to open the oven. By being outdoors, it allows us to enjoy our summer even more.

Tofu Spring Rolls

Simply a classic that always tastes good! It’s my go to in the summer when I don’t know what to make… with a delicious peanut butter sauce, yum!!

Gaspacho from Fraîchement pressé

A great Spanish-style cold soup that requires no heat and gives us the impression to be near the Mediterraneean coast.

Strawberry Rhubarb ‘’Nice Cream’’

It’s like ice cream, but made from frozen bananas. It’s a little bit of a mix between a soft serve and frozen yogurt, but there is no cream, only fruit!

Bonus! ---- Coco Mango Pops

So fun to make with children! They’ll be able to enjoy them as a snack on a sunny afternoon.

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