Summer Grilling Recipes
Get a taste of summer with these delicious recipes for the BBQ.
This easy summer recipe is just the dish to get you outside and fire up that grill! With fresh peaches, shrimp, avocados and more, this is the perfect combo of flavors in every bite. @feedingfrasers loves to make these Grilled Shrimp & Peach Tacos because they come together in only 40 minutes and with just a handful of ingredients. Shop this recipe and more at Fredmeyer.com! 🍤 🍑 🌮
Spice up your grill game with Southwestern Pasta Salad! 🌶️ Add some flavor to your BBQ with this tasty recipe and Private Selection seasonings. Make your cookout full of flavor with our Private Selection seasonings, sauces, and marinades. Pair with your favorite grilled meats and veggies. Available on our website for pickup or delivery.
The prep is worth it for these crowd-pleasing Granola Cup Yogurt Parfaits. This foolproof recipe uses standard muffin pans to mold and bake the granola cups. Pile in the Greek yogurt and customize these cups with your favorite toppers. Consider mango, kiwi and coconut flakes for a tropical twist.
Head to the bayou in 25 minutes of total prep and cook time. This recipe takes all the hallmarks of a traditional shrimp boil and makes it totally feasible for any home chef. To make it truly traditional, serve it spread out on a paper-covered table and dig in.
Make your very own homemade barbecue sauce with this recipe for Barbecued Braised Beef Sandwiches. Surprisingly, the hands-on cook time is only 30 minutes. Then sit back, relax and wait for 3 hours while your chuck roast turns into tender, braised meat all on its own. Serve sandwiches with coleslaw and potato salad for the ultimate summer lunch spread.
Kids will love helping out with this one and parents will love all the fruit they’re getting for dessert. Refrigerated pizza crust dough provides a family-friendly shortcut so you can get to the fun part, layering on their favorite fruits to this Grilled Fruit Pizza.
Slow cookers actually make a lot of sense in the summer because you’re not heating up your kitchen with tons of pots and pans on the stove or in the oven. This easy recipe transforms a bone-in pork shoulder into tender carnitas, perfect for tacos, burritos, rice bowls and more.