If you haven’t stumbled into these two blogs yet, you should really go check them out. Connie’s blog is filled with delicious recipes both American and German plus she gives us peeks into her life in Germany. Joanna’s blog is filled with tons of gluten-free recipes and reviews of gluten-free products. Both blogs are amazing, so go take a look at them! =)
A refreshing mix of chopped fruits seasoned with citrusy lemon juice and tangy Tajin. A quick healthy snack for the family on a hot summer day.
Have you ever had a Mexican Fruit Cocktail? If you haven’t, you’re missing out! It’s one of my favorite desserts during the hot summer season (and throughout the year).
Filled with sweet corn, diced zucchini, mushrooms, and grape tomatoes, these tacos are soft in the center with a slightly crunchy edge. Quick to make and customizable, this soft taco is delicious and perfect for a summer meal with your family.
Toasted soft tacos are a new fave!
Creamy honey yogurt filled with diced sweet strawberries and peaches, a refreshing little treat for a hot summer day. Simple to make with just three ingredients, these mini yogurt cups are guilt free and delicious snacks for the entire family to enjoy.
Garlicky cauliflower florets seasoned with lemon pepper and crushed red peppers. This combination is perfect for a quick and healthy snack or as a side to any dish.
Have you ever tried roasted cauliflower? If you haven’t, you’re missing out!
Warm crispy tortilla filled with melted cheese, sweet grape tomatoes, and refreshing basil. Each bite is filled with cheesy flavorful goodness.
Happy June! Can you believe it’s already June? Time flies by so fast! Another few weeks and it’ll officially be summer!
Cauliflower and tomato stir fried in a slightly spicy ketchup based sauce, a simple but tasty dish to accompany rice or noodles.
This cauliflower dish is one that I grew up with. It’s one of my family’s “I’m too lazy to go grocery shopping” dishes.
Pasta tossed in creamy avocado, sweet grape tomatoes, and refreshing basil. With just a hint of garlic and lightly salted, this dish is delicious and healthy, just in time for summer.
Don’t you just love summer ingredients? I certainly do. And the ingredients in this pasta dish are simple, delicious, and refreshing, which is what we need for hot lazy summer days.
I mentioned that I went to a college friend’s wedding, but I haven’t had the time to share some photos of their special day. You’ll get to see what I saw in this post =)
It was so amazing with DIY decorations for an outdoor Hawaiian themed wedding. The weather was perfect too! I was so worried that it was going to be super hot. Living in Davis for four years, I knew that late spring until late fall, the temperatures could be over 100oF. Luckily, that wasn’t the case.
Emily (from Emily’s Daily) and I helped set up a few of the tables. The bride did such a great job drawing out the plans that we knew exactly how to set up everything the way she wanted it. The sign was hand painted.
An Asian inspired salad filled with red cabbage, sweet carrots, refreshing basil, crunchy lotus root, and juicy shrimp. Simple to make and healthy, this salad is a great option for the summer season.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend! How did you celebrate? I’d love to know what everyone did.