Grilled Radicchio Salad
This gorgeous purple veggie is high in vitamin K, which is crucial for bone health. Its bitter taste gets mellowed out after just a few minutes on the grill. For easy flipping, keep the core in the radicchio slices while cooking.
Lemon-Herb Chicken Skewers and Green Beans
Herbs, garlic, and lemon are a classic trio that flavors chicken on the grill. All three pack an antioxidant punch. Quinoa and green beans make it a complete meal, providing ample fiber and even more protein to fuel active summer days.
Sheet Pan Salmon With Eggplant and Tomatoes
Slowly cooking the salmon and vegetables ensures the fish stays tender and moist and the tomatoes get blistered and juicy, with concentrated flavors. Plus, at this temp the oven won’t heat up your whole house. We used mild harissa here, but spicy would work too.
Summer Squash Frittata
This heavy-on-the-veggies frittata packs more than a full serving of produce into each slice. Salty Parm, fragrant thyme, and sweet onions add complexity and depth. Serve it with toast, potatoes, or a salad—at any time of day.
Grilled Sweet Pepper Tartines
Whether you make your own sourdough or buy an artisan one, good-quality bread is key here. A crusty loaf will hold up better on the grill for a crispy, crunchy, and tangy bite. And with antioxidant vitamins like C (more than an orange!) and A, the peppers give you an immune boost, too.
Seared Grouper and Skillet Succotash
There are tons of variations on succotash—a dish with Native American roots—but this skillet version explodes with summery flavor. Tomatoes, lemon juice, and basil add freshness, while the combo of lima beans and corn brings plenty of fiber.