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The No-Cook Dinner (Slideshow)

The No-Cook Dinner (Slideshow)

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October 22, 2013

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Elyse Cromer

Dinner's ready with no cooking required

Arthur Bovino

Crudo is perfect year-round, and served raw, it requires no cooking. The acid added to the dish naturally cooks the fish.

Click here to see the recipe for our 4 different types of crudo

4 Crudo Recipes

Arthur Bovino

Crudo is perfect year-round, and served raw, it requires no cooking. The acid added to the dish naturally cooks the fish.

Click here to see the recipe for our 4 different types of crudo

Grilled Chicken Souvlaki Salad

This Mediterranean Diet-style meal is loaded with flavor andis dense with nutrients. As a time-saving tip, use pre-cooked chicken and pre-washed greens.

Click here to see the recipe for Grilled Chicken Souvlaki Salad

Jicama Slaw

Aarón Sánchez's Mexican inspired slaw recipe marries the sweet and spicy and provides the perfect accompaniment to your next dish.

Click here to see the recipe for Jicama Slaw

Marinated Tofu Satay

Valaer Murray

Even the meat lovers will covet this vegetarian skewer, with a green tea marinade and peanut sauce.

Click here to see the recipe for Marinated Tofu Satay

Peanut Butter Bars

This sumptuous dessert requires no baking, which makes it a speedy staple for peanut lovers, adults and kids alike.

Click here to see the recipe for No Bake Peanut Butter Bars

The Pumpkin Pie Cocktail

This one is for the adults — top off your no-cook meal with this seasonal cocktail from Restaurant Kelly Liken in Vail, Colo.

Click here to see the recipe for The Pumpkin Pie Cocktail


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


No Cook Dinner Recipes


No one wants to use a hot oven in this summer heat. Here’s 15 easy no cook dinner recipes to avoid the stove all summer long.

This post was sponsored by PPL Electric Utilities as part of their Project Envolve Ambassador program. All opinions expressed in my post are my own.

While this summer was pretty rainy, we had a few stretches of hot, humid days. After spending all day outside in the sweltering sun, the last thing I want to think about is turning my stove or oven on to cook dinner. I just couldn’t fathom standing over a hot stove or heating up the kitchen with the oven.

In addition to adding excess heat to my already steamy kitchen, stoves and ovens use more energy. As a Project Envolve Ambassador, I’m always looking for new ways to save on energy. These Top 10 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat are a great starting point. Plus, I incorporated some of these new energy efficient products into our home.

I also save on energy during the summer months by changing up the way I cook. Instead of using my oven and stove, I tend to use other options such as grilling or my slow cooker (which uses less energy than the oven).

Another dinner alternative is to find easy no cook dinner recipes. Recipes that don’t require you to turn on your oven or stove. I love no cooking recipes, because I can make them ahead of time (usually in the morning before the day gets too hot) and stash them in the fridge until we’re ready to eat.

These no cooking recipes are a great option because I can also keep them in the cooler while we spend the day in our pool. We can easily enjoy a quick and delicious dinner poolside.

One of my go-to no cook dinner recipes are these Lemon Pepper Tuna Lettuce Wraps. They are easy to make and easy to transport.

I also love making a big batch of this hearty Italian Hoagie Dip. It’s great to nibble on when you don’t feel like eating a big, heavy meal.

One of my favorite no cooking tricks is to pick up a prepared rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. I use the chicken in BBQ Chicken Tacos and Chipotle Chicken Salad.

I’ve collected 15 no cooking recipes for dinner and even included a few of my favorite no bake desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. So cool down, save energy and enjoy!


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