Too hot to deal with the stove? We've got you covered for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert!
This celebratory salad is perfect for festive occasions when it's just too hot to cook.
Who says you can't have chips and salsa for dinner? On those hot summer nights when you just can't, make these and kick back with a cold one.
When you're in the mood for pasta but can't even contemplate boiling water over a hot stove, make these Italian-style "zoodles."
...and if you’re Jones’ing for Asian-inspired noodles, try this zesty no-cook recipe.
Drink your dinner with Clinton Kelly’s herbed cool-as-a-cucumber no-cook blender soup.
A protein-packed smoothie bowl is a delicious breakfast, dessert or even dinner option!
Pick up a rotisserie chicken on your way home from work and you’ve got a delish dinner without even touching the stove.
This hearty tuna salad doesn’t even need bread -- crack open a can of tuna, add avocado, cucumbers, pickles and jalapenos, grab a fork, and dive in.
No need to boil water for this oatmeal -- just mix up the ingredients in a mason jar and leave overnight. Breakfast is ready to go the next morning!
Why not cool down with some healthy avocado ice cream? This recipe really could not be easier. Just blend up avocado, heavy cream and agave, then freeze, that’s it.
This light and delicate spinach salad is great for days when it’s so hot that all other options feel too heavy.
Mix up your sandwich routine with these salsa and bacon and cream-cheese rollups courtesy of Trisha Yearwood.
Tip: Use pre-cooked bacon to keep things really cool.
This delish and nutritious salad is great for a BBQ or just a weeknight dinner.
Stay cool AND save time with this summer lunch or dinner. Just shred some rotisserie chicken, whip up a quick salad, and heap it into a halved avocado.
And last but not least -- a PB&J burrito is a fun and fast meal for any time of day. (Skip heating the tortilla to make it truly no-cook.)