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Seasonal foods along with recipes that are perfect for everyday meals and celebrating special moments in your life are what you’ll find in 5 Recipes To Make In May. Each recipe is loaded with colorful, vibrant spring ingredients, easy to make, and downright delicious.
What’s In Season In May?
It’s time to hit up your local farmer’s market and grab fresh spring fruit and vegetables!
Springtime means renewal, hope, and energy! From the buds and leaves popping out on trees to all the fresh produce that starts to appear in grocery stores, spring is inspiring.
I’m introducing a new series featuring 5 recipes to make each month. These recipes will be focused on seasonal ingredients combined with easy cooking methods. Each recipe will be simple to make and special enough for a family celebration.
Whether the merriment is over a good grade on a report card, scoring a goal, achieving a personal target, or remembering an important date from the past, food brings people together!
Items To Help You Make These Recipes
- Crock Pot – slow cooking is one of my favorite kitchen “helpers.” It’s a hands-free way to get a delicious recipe on the table, and meal prep is always easy.
- Mixing Bowls – having a good set of either metal or glass mixing bowls is essential to cooking.
- Chefs Knife – investing in a good knife is one of the best decisions any home cook can make.
- Cutting Boards – I have several sizes and types of boards and use them depending on what I’m chopping.
5 Recipes To Make In May
Breakfast | Morning Glory Muffins
Morning Glory Muffins are loaded with apples, carrots, walnuts, coconut, and zucchini for a power-packed treat that no one will ever believe is healthy!
Lunch | Strawberry Spinach Salad
Juicy strawberries and creamy, Feta cheese might be the stars of this salad, but when you add in the candied pecan and the homemade dressing, well, you are taking spinach salad to a whole new level. It’s great for lunch or for dinner with some leftover grilled chicken or shrimp.
Appetizer | Stuffed Mushrooms
Even though the official title of the recipe is Stuffed Party Mushrooms, don’t let that fool you. These little bites are super simple to make and are great served as an appetizer, or as a main dish with a big salad for supper.
Dinner | Perfectly Roasted Asparagus
Dessert | Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Beautiful, juicy, sweet, and covered in chocolate. Is there anything more that I need to say about these indulgent, must-make, as-soon-as-you-can Chocolate Dipped Strawberries? I think not.