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Take Dinner Outdoors

Everyone loves a good BBQ and one of the best ways to keep your home cool during the summer months is to cook outside as much as you can. Not only is cooking outdoors fun but it is also a healthy way to add new flavours to your food. The best part, though, is that if you want to cook outdoors every day of the week you can because there are endless grilling recipes.

This month we have pulled together a few simple yet delicious and healthy recipes you can use for your next BBQ dinner. We have included an appetizer, a main dish, a side dish and even a dessert. Each of these dishes can be prepared on the BBQ. If you’re feeling really adventurous, challenge yourself to a weekly BBQ dinner just like this one for your entire family to enjoy!

On the Menu:

Grilled Pizza with Pesto, Tomatoes & Feta

BBQ Chicken with Grilled Vegetables

Grilled Peaches with Gingersnaps

Appetizer – Grilled Pizza with Pesto, Tomatoes & Feta

Start your meal with a super-simple grilled pizza for everyone to share. For this recipe, you can cut down on your prep time by purchasing ready-made pizza crust or pita bread and store-bought pesto.

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Entrée – BBQ Chicken with Grilled Vegetables

Everyone loves BBQ chicken and this recipe is as simple as they come. Ready in just 25 minutes, it can be served with a side of grilled veggies.

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Side Dish – Foiled-Wrapped Grilled Vegetables

Nothing goes better with BBQ chicken than grilled vegetables. This recipe takes about 30 minutes to cook, which means it can be grilled alongside the chicken.

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Desert – Grilled Peaches with Gingersnaps

Say it isn’t so – dessert on the BBQ is the way to go! This dessert is sure to be a crowd pleaser. You can substitute the frozen yogurt for vanilla ice cream.

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  • AlejandrOo July 22, 2012, 8:11 am

    I have plenty of repcies, however as they’re mine and my families (for generations, mind you) I have never and will never share them with a bunch of strangers. Heck my friends can’t even get some of the repcies I have. So now you know.Besides, shouldn’t you appreciate the fact that ppl are trying to help? Regardless of where the recipe comes from?

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