4 cooling recipes

Cooling recipes: summer oatmeal recipe from Dawn Jackson Blatner
No-Cook Summer Oatmeal

Prep this Summer Oatmeal from The Flexitarian Diet author Dawn Jackson Blatner at night and you’ll have a cool, healthy breakfast waiting for you come morning. There’s no cooking necessary, just add your favorite fruits, nuts, seeds and veggies and you’re good to go. 

Saffron Chickpeas with Bitter Greens and Quinoa recipe from Whole Living
Saffron Chickpeas with Bitter Greens and Quinoa

In Ayurveda, it is believed that bitter foods are the best for cooling off. This Saffron Chickpeas with Bitter Greens and Quinoa recipe from Whole Living uses kale, watercress and dandelion (all bitter, pungent greens) to balance pitta and cool you off from the inside out. It’s a perfect post-hot yoga dinner. 

Healthy green summer garden soup recipe from Food: A Love Story
Summer's Garden Soup

When it comes to easy recipes, it doesn’t get much better than this Summer’s Garden Soup from Food: A Love Story. All you need is a blender to make this nutrient-packed recipe. Perfect for those days when you’re hungry but don’t feel like spending time in the kitchen.

Kimberly Snyder's Israeli Chopped Salad recipe
Israeli Chopped Salad

This Israeli Chopped Salad from Beauty Detox Foods author Kimberly Snyder features cucumber and mint to help you cool off and Kimberly notes that it’s great for healthy hair, skin and nails. Serve atop a green salad, use as a dip for your favorite crackers or add quinoa to make it more filling.

Cooling recipes: summer oatmeal recipe from Dawn Jackson Blatner
Saffron Chickpeas with Bitter Greens and Quinoa recipe from Whole Living
Healthy green summer garden soup recipe from Food: A Love Story
Kimberly Snyder's Israeli Chopped Salad recipe

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