Summer has almost arrived! The clouds have gone, the sunnies and shorts are out, the ice creams have arrived. What’s a better way to spend this summer than to try out some new recipes? Here are 5 of the best summer recipes for you to try this summer.
Gin and Tonic Ice Lollies
Who doesn’t love a Gin and tonic in the summer? Who doesn’t love a refreshing ice lolly? The combination of two of our summer favourites makes perfect sense and tastes absolutely divine. A nice treat for those long, hot summer days, this is the perfect way to wind down. Super easy to make, only using 5 ingredients, these lollies can also last up to two months.
A summer staple. A BBQ staple. Potato salad is a must during the summer. There are so many different types to choose from and buy, however, making your own potato salad couldn’t be easier. Coined as the ‘next level’ potato salad, this dish will upgrade any BBQ or salad due to its lavish and unique ingredients. A perfect summer recipe for everyone.
Would it be summer without eating strawberries in nearly every single dish? We think not. A timeless classic, strawberry shortcake is the third summer recipe on this list. Almost too easy and too delicious, this is the perfect, no-bake dessert for a summer treat.
Out of all of the summer recipes, this one is perfect to make with the whole family. Kids absolutely love making their own homemade pizza. You can use either readymade dough or make your own. Your choice of toppings is also endless and it’s a great way to bond with the family. This particular recipe is for a Margherita, although it can be changed depending on your preference.
Would it be a recipes article without Jamie Oliver? Jamie has so many different summer recipes for you to try out, but the last on this list is a Panzanella. An alfresco dish, this is perfect for dinner parties or even if you just need to use up some leftovers. This particular recipe uses Tuscan tomato and incorporates bread into the salad. A light and easy dish, perfect for the summer.
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