It’s Too Hot to Cook Recipes

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Amy @ Bow of BronzeTop 10 Recipes to Beat the Summer Heat

Nobody likes to heat up the kitchen during the August and September heat waves here in southern California where we don’t have air conditioning. It’s perfect weather for cooking outside or just not cooking at all. Today we are sharing our favorite recipes for those days when it is just too hot to cook.

LaRee @ Broad Horizons Don’t Heat Up the Kitchen

This summer I’ve been more intentional about finding meals that don’t heat the kitchen too much, since take-out all summer isn’t in the budget.

Meg @ Adventures with Jude – I’m Melting

When it’s the dog days of August, you do NOT want to be standing over a hot stove for long. Here’s a whole meal – salad, entree, and dessert – that doesn’t need to involve the oven!

Lexi @ Lextin AcademyCinnamon No Bake Cookies

We’ve made some homemade popsicles to stay cool, but the kids really wanted some cookies. So, instead of turning on the oven we tried a twist on the No Bake Cookie recipe that they love. It is now a favorite dessert at our house!

Beth @ Ozark RamblingsYou Can’t Take the Heat and You Can’t Get Out of the Kitchen

Here are some of my strategies to put dinner on the table without heating up the kitchen.

Tess @ Circling Through This LifeNot Cooking in the Summer

Sometimes it’s just too hot to even use the crock pot!

Kayla @ The Arrowood ZooKeeping the Kitchen Cool on Hot Days

On those really hot days I’m just thankful for the a/c but I do still have to cook supper. Here are a few meals that we eat in the Summer months to stay cool inside.

Rebekah @ There Will Be a $5 Charge for WhiningBeke’s Lovely Overnight Oatmeal

Here it is! My “go-to” easy and (really, really) healthy Overnight Oatmeal. It’s almost too pretty to eat!

Lisa @ Learning Titus 2Too Hot to Cook Recipe Round-Up

9 easy summer recipes for those days when it’s just too hot to cook!

Dawn @ Guiding Light HomeschoolWeight Watchers Easy Fried Rice Recipe

Quick and easy to fix item that won’t take too many of your Weight Watcher points!

Renata @ Sunnyside Farm FunOur Favorite Muffin Recipes

Here at Sunnyside we love to have muffins, especially for breakfast. Here is a selection of some of our very favourite recipes!

Jennifer @ Royal Little Lambs Hot Days, Cool Eats

When it’s hot, I don’t know about you, but I don’t even really feel like eating, much less cooking or even meal planning. I try not to use the oven in summer to further heat up the house. Once our garden kicks off, we eat from that – often raw.

Brandi @ Autumnfawn Lane – Berry Lemonade Smoothie

Three out of four seasons in the AZ desert, I make smoothies. While I don’t make them everyday, I guess I make them often enough for my kids to encourage me to open up a smoothie shop.

Cristi @ Through the Calm and Through the Storm5 Picnic Ideas (No Sandwiches Allowed)

If it’s too hot to cook, why not pack a picnic?

Leah @ As We Walk Along the RoadEasy Meals fromLeah’s Kitchen

I was laughing when I read the topic for this week’s Schoolhouse Review Crew blog cruise. It’s rather humorous because I don’t do a very good job of cooking when it isn’t hot. But as I pondered the topic, I thought maybe I did have something to contribute.

Cariann @ Unionvale HomeschoolSummer Chicken Salad Wraps

Looking for an easy summer recipe? Use up some left overs and don’t heat up the kitchen with this easy chicken salad wrap.

Nicole @ Mama of Many Blessings30 Healthy Lunch Ideas

A list of 30 different healthy lunch ideas for kids most of which involve no cooking. Perfect for those nights you don’t feel like heating up the house!

Join us next week when we’ll be sharing our favorite “Back to Homeschool Traditions!”

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