red, white, blue & some green

red, white, blue (& some green) //  veggie 4th of July recipes Happy weekend everyone! For those of you starting to plan your 4th of July celebrations, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite summer veggie recipes.

From left to right & top to bottom:
Grilled Panzanella  /  BBQ Portobello Sliders
Seared Okra  /  Stuffed Red Peppers
Veggie Ceviche Tacos  /  Edamame Succotash

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11 comments

  1. Sarah from thesugarhit.com on said:

    I’m crazy for Panzanella at the moment (doesn’t that name sound like a fairy-tale princess?) but it’s the middle of winter here! Can’t wait for summer tomatoes.

  2. Yum!! As usual, everything looks amazing. Now… how to choose which recipe to make??

  3. Tieghan from halfbakedharvest.com on said:

    YUM! Everything looks so good! I love the tacos!

  4. Meg Sylvia from upliftedliving.com on said:

    Everything looks amazing. I’ll definitely be giving the stuffed peppers a try soon!

  5. Oh wow! My mouth is watering and now I need to rethink my dinner plans. Thanks for this:)

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