Need a date for a cookout

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But after spending last summer picnicking on our own, the prospect of inviting family and friends over and gathering around the grill sounds amazing.

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Warm weather, good food, and great company? Some of them are out-of-the-box and inventive, like Chickpea Harissa Veggie Burgers or Grilled Watermelon with a crispy corn topping. Others are reimagined versions of cookout food classics like pasta saladpotato saladand corn on the cob.

These 8 recipes are my favorites. Best Veggie Burger This vegan burger is meaty and savory, smoky and satisfying, and it even holds up on the grill.

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BBQ Jackfruit Sandwiches These saucy sandwiches are totally vegan, but they have a hearty, meaty texture just like pulled pork. Mash all the ingredients together in a bowl, form the mixture into patties, and cook!

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A simple BBQ marinade infuses these skewers with sweet and smoky flavor. But instead of stuffing it with meat or seafood, I load it up with crispy, Creole-spiced cauliflower! Top them with zesty cilantro mayo to cool the heat. Portobello Mushroom Burger These juicy, savory mushroom caps cook up in under 20 minutes.

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Quinoa Burger Black beansquinoaand walnuts pack this vegan burger with plant-based protein. Serve it on a homemade bun with a slather of chipotle sauce to take it over the top. Grilled Corn on the Cob A classic cookout food! I like to rub mine with cilantro lime butter and serve it with drizzles of vegan ranch. Grilled Asparagus Tip: Grill halved lemons along with the asparagus, and serve the veggies with big squeezes of the charred lemon juice. Perfect Grilled Zucchini Make these grilled zucchini wedges into a composed side dish with a lemony yogurt sauce and fresh herbs, or just keep things simple.

Season them with plenty of salt and pepper, and serve! Grilled Eggplant This recipe is a summer staple in our house. The outside of the eggplant gets lightly crisp and charred on the grill, while the inside becomes silky smooth. Grilled Watermelon This super-fresh side dish is one of my favorite cookout food ideas. Grilled Potatoes My summer substitute for French fries! Just wait to add any herbs until the last minute. Easy Pasta Salad This simple pasta salad is one of my cookout menu staples. Easy Macaroni Salad This recipe is my fresher take on the macaroni salad I ate as a.

I toss it in a lightly creamy, tangy dressing and add lots of veggies for crunch. And of course, I shower it with fresh herbs for a final finishing touch. Vegan Pasta Salad Shhh! I sneak extra veggies into this salad Need a date for a cookout subbing spiralized summer squash for some of the pasta. Artichokes and olives fill it with bold, briny flavor, and a creamy tahini dressing ties it all together. Cherry Tomato Couscous Salad This recipe features tomatoes two ways: roasted and raw!

The raw ones stay sweet and juicy, while the roasted ones become chewy, savory, and rich. Rainbow Orzo Salad Mango adds a surprising sweetness to this colorful summer salad. Summer Fruit Salad A ginger-citrus dressing brightens this medley of peak-season summer fruit. For a spicy kick, top it off with sliced serrano peppers. Strawberry Salad with Balsamic Have you ever tried strawberries and basil together? Creamy Coleslaw The secret to knockout coleslaw?

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Homemade dressing. Ditch the bottled kind, and whisk up your own instead! I still love it, but these days, I lighten it up by stirring Greek yogurt into the creamy dressing. If you can, make it a day or two ahead of time so that the broccoli can marinate in the creamy, tangy dressing. Greek Salad Every summer, my mom makes this recipe on repeat.

Fresh mint and a cumin-spiced dressing fill it with aromatic depth of flavor, while Medjool dates and roasted red peppers give it a subtle sweetness. Make this asparagus salad recipe before its season slips aways. When I host a summer cookout, I like to offer at least one appetizer. Many of these recipes are quick and easy to pull together, and they give guests something to snack on while I put the finishing touches on the rest of the menu.

This board is loaded up with marinated feta, a tart cherry compound butter, and a lemony white bean dip. Tomato Bruschetta A juicy medley of diced tomatoes, capers, and olives tops rich, garlicky grilled bread. Burrata with Heirloom Tomatoes Creamy burrata cheese marries with juicy tomatoes and peaches in this elevated summer appetizer.

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Finish it with drizzles of lemon-thyme oil and pistachios for crunch. Make this easy appetizer with strawberries or peaches instead.

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Homemade Salsa Zesty, juicy, spicy, and bright, this homemade salsa is eons better than the kind from the jar. Pass the tortilla chips! Mango Salsa Diced mango steps in for tomatoes in this sweeter riff on pico de gallo. If you have mango leftover, blend up this cooling mango margarita to drink! Cowboy Caviar Serve it as a dip, or serve it as a salad, but whatever you do, make it ahead of time. This recipe gets better and better as it sits in the fridge.

Round out your cookout menu with a little something sweet! Serve the juicy peaches with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or dollops of coconut whipped cream. Classic brownies are a perfect choice. Bake them the morning of or the day before! Strawberry Shortcake I make mine with tender lemon cornmeal biscuits.

Chocolate Zucchini Bread Your guests will never guess that this moist, fudgy chocolate cake is filled with veggies. Strawberry Rhubarb Bars These oat-y, nutty bars are one of my favorite cookout food ideas for early summer. Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful post. We just had our first cookout this past weekend but we could have used some of your recipes for the desserts.

The brownies look so delicious. Have a great rest of your day. We love to eat, travel, cook, and eat some more! Hello, we're Jeanine and Jack.

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