This is the hardest time of year to keep it real. We are expected to have a high of 101F today, again. The stove is off limits. No baking, no sautéing, no pots of boiling water. Uh-uh. I have a few pre-baked entrees and bread in the freezer. In the past week I confess to bringing home a pizza one day and deli meat on another. G-man and the Cadet picked at it. Aside from the occasional trip to the Chinese restaurant up the street, they only want homemade food. In a way it makes me proud. In a way I am flattered. I am also hot and cranky.
Anyone else with me? Let me help with recipe ideas that work with hot weather. Some are cooked on the grill, others in the crock pot, and a few are not cooked at all.
|Homemade Pita Bread (vegan)|
|Grilled Falafel (gluten free, vegan)|
|Green Bean Fries|
|Fries on the Grill|
|Cheesy Mini Peppers (gluten free)|
|Whole Wheat Cornbread|
Crock Pot Cooking
|Quinoa Pudding (gluten free)|
|White Borscht (gluten free, vegan)|
|Curried Chicken (gluten free)|
|Basic Mild Chili (vegan, gluten free)|
|Summer Veggies and Lentil Soup|
No Cooking At All
|Easy Coleslaw (gluten free, vegan)|
|Raspberry Swirl Mousse (gluten free, vegan)|
|Blue Cheese Dressing (gluten free)|
|Three Ingredient Frozen Yogurt|
|Dark Chocolate Pudding (gluten free)|
I shared this recipe collection with Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways, Home is Where the Heart is Wednesdays, Full Plate Thursday, Simple Lives Thursday, Fight Back Friday, Foodie Friday, and Foodie Friends Friday
It is WAY to hot to cook! I wish that excuse worked better! lol! I enjoyed this post and salads are the prefect solution! in my humble opinion! Grilling would be nice but standing in the heat makes you feel like you're cooking yourself for dinner! haha... Please come share this at our link party - "Home is Where the Heart is" Homesteading and Homemaking http://www.homesteadsimple.com/home-is-where-the-heart-is-link-it-up-wednesdays-2/ReplyDelete
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Thanks for the invite! (You're right about the grill. On grilling days, I try to line up a bunch of stuff to eat for the next few days. Still.... this heat wave could end any time.)Delete
What a great collection of summertime offerings. I just love your snow photo, it gives us hope in all the heat. Hope you are having a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.ReplyDelete
Come Back Soon!
Hope from the heat... ahhhhh....Delete
What a great collection and I will enjoy going through them all... but have to go to work in a few minutes... Glad our temps are only in the 80's and I think that is too hot. Thanks for sharing this on Foodie Friends Friday.. Come back and vote for your favorite on Sunday and please join us again every FRiday.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing all these gluten-free recipes! Stop back Sunday to Foodie Friends Friday and vote for your top 3 favorites!ReplyDelete
Great ideas! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back tomorrow to VOTE!ReplyDelete
Not sure if my comment went through! But I love all the ideas! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back tomorrow to VOTE!ReplyDelete
Yup, went through... Thank you!Delete
Saw your recipe and post on the FFF link. Cute name and photo. Love the recipes. ~Dawn~ReplyDelete
Great ideas for hot nights... I wish I could roll in your snowman right now... it's hot.ReplyDelete
Great ideas...unfortunately not for hot nights...but for kitchen reno's and no stove. Wishing it was a bit warmer and less rain LOL.ReplyDelete
Grilling and unfortunately, eating out way too much has not been good for any of his.
Thank you for the wonderful comment you left...it was a great encouragement to me more than you know.
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