Life has been a bit of a whirlwind lately and my time in the kitchen has been a little limited, much to my dismay. I love to try new recipes and typically aim to try 1-2 each week. I’m still working away at my #52weeksproject (and will post an update later this summer), and while my recipe trials have slowed down in recent weeks, my list of recipes I am itching to make just keeps growing. I’ve got new cookbooks peppered with post-it notes, recipes pulled from magazines, and blogs and pins saved to my computer. Now I just need to find some time to cook – and some hungry people to eat all of that good food. This Friday Five is all about the Summer Recipes I Can’t Wait To Try!
It’s grill season and I’m absolutely itching to give these Grilled Gorgozola Potatoes a try. Carbs and cheese? It’s a guaranteed winner.
Oat milk is all the rage with the cool kids these days. Here’s how to make your own.
Another grill recipe I think sounds fantastic? Browned Butter Grilled Peaches with Cinnamon “Toast” Brioche Crumbs. I’ve grilled peaches before (check out our recipe for Grilled Peach and Arugula Salad) but I love the idea of the toast crumbs to add texture and a whole other level of flavor!
I’m always a fan of a one-pot recipe. This One Pot Pasta Primavera with Summer Veggies and Ricotta looks awesome and easy!
Coffee Caramel Ice Cream Pie. It’s basically all of my favorite things in one single recipe. The Vanilla Bean Blog always gets it right and I’m certain this recipe will be a new family favorite.
Watermelon is everywhere right now and so fresh and delicious. I’m planning to give these Mezcal Margarita Watermelon Wedges a try next weekend.
How refreshing and perfect for summer does this Smoky Grilled Chicken with Cucumber Yogurt Sauce sound?
I love a great summer side dish and this Thai Cucumber Salad sounds fantastic.
Hot Honey Butter Bath Corn. Um…what? This one could be a sweet corn game changer.
Are you looking for another new recipe to try? Why not give our Spinach Salad with Maple Dijon Dressing a shot? It’s easy and full of flavor.
What recipes are on your summer to make list? Leave us a comment below!