A Week of Dinners on the Grill

By , SparkPeople Blogger
As the song goes: "Summertime... and the living is easy..." especially when dinner is cooked on the backyard grill. You don't have to heat up the kitchen, you can enjoy the beautiful weather, and you can create a healthy, flavorful meal without any added fats or oils.

With the start of summer upon us in a couple of weeks and temperatures rising every day, who wouldn't want to head outside and enjoy dinner alfresco? That's why this week's menu this 7 Days of Dinners on the Grill!

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NEPTUNE1939 6/21/2021
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Awesome tips! Report
Great ideas! Report
Another great add-on is to add fruit to the grill. A pineapple ring, peaches, bananas. All healthy and gives you a sweetness any diet will love. Add balsamic reduction for added bonus especially on peaches... mmmm Report
These are great ideas. For those who believe its too meat heavy or expensive, Use these as starting points. You can always alter it to fit your needs and budget. For example the potato pack. Toss in a few taters and some chicken etc. Still perfect without steak. I'm loving my grill. It cuts down electric costs and delivers delicious meals. ... Report
Thank you for grilling recipes, in the heat, I don't like to use the oven, heats up the house! Plus, I love grilled food. Report
Great guide idea for the week, helps me stay on track :) Report
Treager! Report
Why are menus so hard for me to plan? This is a place to start. Thanks for the blog Report
I hate to cook, but I do love my GEORGE FOREMAN GRILL. Report
Lots of great recipes here! But very meat-heavy for me--for budget, health & environmental reasons, I'm mostly vegetarian.

A friend gave me a really great grilling tray, & I've been using it to grill veggies--cherry tomatoes, sliced green/yellow/red sweet peppers, & mushrooms. Beforehand I mix a small amount of extra virgin olive oil with some dried oregano & thyme, & toss the veggies in it with a little salt & pepper. They are just heavenly! Report
Yum!!! Report