If you’re lucky enough to grow fresh berries in your backyard, this super-simple recipe is sure to become your go-to summer dessert! Sprinkle with additional lemon zest and serve with a generous dollop of yogurt and a drizzle of sweet honey.
It really doesn’t get any easier than this foil-packet cherry crumble! For the fastest prep, opt for frozen cherries, which are already pitted, and thaw them overnight in the fridge. Be sure to drain any cherry juices after thawing to keep your crumble from becoming soggy. We love the tangy taste of Greek yogurt, but if you prefer a sweeter topping, try vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.
We like to think of a galette as the free spirit of the pie family – it has all the delicious elements of a pie, but it’s free-form, and lacks the structure that typical pies have – for a stunningly rustic dessert bursting with berry goodness.
This easy take on the classic French vegetable stew is one of our favorite ways to enjoy a bundle of freshly picked veggies at once. A simple herb sauce is a perfect finishing touch – bonus points if the basil comes from your garden, too!
Heirloom tomatoes grow in a myriad of colors, with yellow being milder and red more acidic. For the prettiest presentation, choose a combination of colors. Finish this dish with a sprinkling of whichever leafy herbs you happen to have in your garden. We suggest oregano, marjoram and basil.
There’s so much going on with this scrumptious dessert – juicy peaches, buttery-sweet topping, cardamom-laced cake and even a touch of rum. Best of all, it’s easy to put together. Try it with other stone fruits – nectarines, plums, apricots or a combination.
This is a combination of the ever-popular overnight oats and a classic fruit cobbler, but with more of a focus on the fruit and without all the baking! These make-ahead masterpieces are not only good for breakfast on the go but also as a nutrient-packed snack or dessert. Switch up the raspberries with any seasonal fruit of choice.