Best of July 2018, a round-up of June recipes and happenings at Simply Sissom.
Well hey there!
Looks like it's already time for our monthly best of July chat were we officially say, GOODBYE Summer and HELLO Back to School (aka... early mornings, packed lunches and structure!). First, let's recap all the delicious things that we made and the cool things that have been happening around Simply Sissom in the last month.
Let's start with what I made in the kitchen in July. SPOILER.. Simply Sissom had it's first ever SMOOTHIE WEEK sooooooo.... LOTS of those happened.
This month's most popular recipes were the Wild Blueberry Banana Smoothie and this Mexican Street Corn Salad. I'm going to level with you, while the boys in my house are all about Smoothies.. I've got to cast my vote for the Mexican Street Corn Salad. Simple side dishes that can be thrown together in 15 minutes, well... they're kinda my favorite thing. Let's dive in and check out the rest!
- Simple Shrimp Ceviche// 2. Thai Chopped Chicken Salad// 3. Wild Blueberry Banana Smoothie// 4. Basic Strawberry Banana Smoothie// 5. Mexican Street Corn Salad// 6. Lightened Up Creamy Coleslaw// 7. Cherry Walnut Bars// 8. Cherry Limeade Smoothie// 9. Cashew Cherry Granola Bars
The big event in July ... Smoothie Week 2018 and you guys LOVED the FREE downloadable Smoothie Guide. Over 400 people grabbed a copy. The guide contains my favorite recipes, resources and tips for batch prepping smoothies ahead of time for busy mornings! If you haven't checked it out yet... do!!
August recipes are going to be all about stocking the freezer for back to school. As always there will be focus on healthy school lunch ideas, grab and go breakfast options and simple dinners that can be made ahead. I LOVE back to school time and I'm looking forward to sharing some tips and tricks to make eating Whole Foods realistic during this busy season!
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