End of Summer Recipe Round-Up: The Best of Summer’s Eats

This time of year is bittersweet. We’re all eager to welcome fall with open arms. More specifically, we can’t wait to sink our teeth into pumpkin-flavored everything. Plus, fall is our last taste of mild weather before winter comes rolling in with guns blazing. However, as much as we like fall, it’s always hard to bid adieu to summer. It’s the favorite season among most people. And even if summer doesn’t top your favorite season list, you can’t deny that you love the warm, sunny weather, the cook-outs, the fresh fruit, and kicking back for a bit.

Letting go is always hard, but there’s no need to be bitter about it. We’re going to say goodbye to summer by remembering the good times…and the good eats!

Without further ado, here are my favorite Smart Cookie Cook summer recipes. Enjoy!

  1. Mint Mascarpone Ice Cream w/ Andes, Brownies, & Fudge
  2. Brown Butter Blueberry Cookies
  3. Homemade Brown Sugar Graham Crackers
  4. Hearty Sweet Potato Black Bean Burgers
  5. Circus Dream Ice Cream
  6. Strawberry Coconut Poke Cake
  7. Hello Dolly Ice Cream
  8. Roasted Eggplant Hummus & Avocado Hummus
  9. Spinach Penne Salad w/ White Wine Vinaigrette
  10. Turtle Cake
  11. Mexican Sweet Potato & Bean Skillet w/ White Cheddar Queso
  12. Red, White, & Blue Poke Cake
  13. Reese’s Banana S’mores Bars
  14. Banana Split Ice Cream Cake
  15. Creamy Banana Ice Cream

  16. Mini Strawberry Mousse Pies
  17. Light Summer Pasta w/ Ricotta & Fresh Veggies

  18. Banana Peanut Butter Cookie Pudding
  19. Buster Bar Ice Cream Cake
  20. Homemade Confetti Cake Blizzards

It may be the end of summer, but that also means it’s the start of Fall. We will dearly miss all those fresh summer eats, but we shall happily welcome comforting fall foods in their place!

What was your favorite summer recipe this year?

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Colleen Bierstine

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