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What’s In Season: Summer Produce Guide

summer produce

Ohhhh summer…that magical time of year when it doesn’t get dark until 8:00 pm, tomatoes actually taste like tomatoes and fruit doesn’t cost $8758934549.

Yep, it’s officially summer and time to share my newest seasonal produce guide.

I’ve talked in previous posts about all the benefits to eating seasonally so if you need a little refresher click here or here.

If not, let’s jump right into talking about all this delicious produce!


summer produce



I swear vegetables taste like candy during the warm summer months. Grill them, saute them or eat them raw there are so many delicious ways to prepare summer veggies.

Here’s some recipe ideas to incorporate summer veggies into your diet: bruschetta chicken zoodles, beet hummuszoodles with turkey mushroom meat sauce, hot & sweet cherry pepper salad and crockpot salsa chicken thighs.

  • cucumbers
  • eggplant
  • green beans
  • arugula
  • summer squash/ zucchini 
  • bell peppers
  • beets
  • corn
  • rhubarb
  • potatoes
  • onions
  • carrots


summer produce



Summer is one of the only times of the year when I actually eat fruit. I simply can’t resist juicy tomatoes, sweet berries and 98445 lbs of watermelon. YUM!

Here’s some recipe ideas to incorporate summer fruits into your diet: top easy overnight oats with fresh berries, blueberry frozen yogurt bites and watermelon caprese bites.

  • tomatoes
  • blueberries
  • blackberries
  • strawberries
  • cherries
  • figs
  • plums
  • nectarines
  • watermelon
  • peaches
  • cantaloupes



summer produce


Your Turn,

Do you eat seasonally?

What’s your favorite summer fruit or veggie?

What’s your favorite recipe using summer produce?


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