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4 fresh and fun no-cook dinners

When it's 40 degrees outside and too hot to move, turn to these fresh and crisp recipes that will keep you in the cool and away from the stove.

By Madeline Morra
4 fresh and fun no-cook dinners

4 fresh and fun no-cook dinners

No-cook dinners

Keep your kids happy with these simple, filling dinners. Keep yourself happy by staying away from the stove with low-key and nutritious recipes. When it's this hot outside, no one wants to be stuck in the heat and these dinner's will hit the spot. 

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No-fuss, no-crust, multi veggie-quiche

Make this recipe tonight, then store the ample leftovers for a healthy, homemade meal your family can enjoy anytime.


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4 fresh and fun no-cook dinnersphoto: svacher/Flickr

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Zingy carrot and raisin salad

Carrots, raisins and mustard, oh my! We bet that you never thought you could combine these ingredients to create a kid-friendly dinner but believe us when we say there's no place like carrot. Perfect as a side-dish or on its own. 

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4 fresh and fun no-cook dinnersphoto: olgcz/Flickr

Chicken salad-stuffed croissants

Craving the taste of chicken but not the grill? Try this healthy and filling recipe for chicken salad. Perfect in a croissant, pita, between bread or on its own. 

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4 fresh and fun no-cook dinnersphoto: ralph and jenny/Flickr

Chickpea salad pitas

Chickpeas offer a protein-packed alternative to meat and this recipe has plenty of room for you to play around with flavours on your own. 

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4 fresh and fun no-cook dinnersPhoto: Flickr

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This article was originally published on Jun 04, 2012

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