8 No-Cook Recipes to Fill You Up and Cool You Down


This summer heat isn’t going away anytime soon and the last thing you probably want to do is stand over a hot stove cooking dinner after a long day at work. That’s why we’ve rounded some super tasty, no-cook recipes that will fill you and cool you down this summer. Just click on the photos to get the recipes.

Creamy Shrimp Rolls

This recipe from Real Simple magazine takes less than 10 minutes to put together. You can buy the shrimp pre-cooked at your local grocery store. Get them frozen or ask the Seafood Dept. manager to steam some up for you.

Gazpacho with Goat Cheese

This recipe is also from Real Simple. It takes about 20 minutes to make, but your food processor will do most of the work. You’re going to love this cold soup on a hot day!

White Bean Salad with Zucchini & Parmesan

This hearty and refreshing salad by Martha Stewart would make an excellent lunch or side for dinner. We love that it can put together in about 5 minutes!

Refrigerator Oatmeal

If you’ve been on Pinterest at all, you’ve no doubt seen Monica’s (at The Yummy Life blog) recipe for no-cook, grab-n-go oatmeal using Chia Seed. She has at least a dozen delicious flavors to choose from.

Cowboy Caviar

Call me a cowboy! I love black beans, corn, avocado and salsa! We found this winning recipe on Delish.com.

Caprese Pesto Sandwich

Make sure you start with some really good bread when you make this sandwich. Pesto is pretty easy to make, but you can also buy it in a jar. Check out Mazzaro’s Italian Market in St. Pete for both.

Turkey Avocado Roll-Up

This recipe comes from Vicky, at AvocadoPesto.com. These roll-ups are not only delicious, but they’re easy to make and healthy!

No-Cook, Egg-Free Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream

This no-cook ice cream by Carla, at Chocolate Moosey, is a cinch to make. Just the ingredients into a blender, freeze and add in some chopped peanut butter cups. This would be the perfect ending to a no-cook dinner!

If you have any no-cook summer recipes that you’d like to share, please leave us a link in a comment below or share it on our Facebook page.

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