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An Egg And Prosciutto Breakfast Tart, A French-Inspired Stone Fruit Cake, And More Recipes To Make Every Day This June

*Runs to farmers market for rhubarb tart ingredients*

It's hard to believe June is already here. And while summer doesn't officially begin until the end of the month, 'tis the season for beach trips, cookouts, and picnics galore. So if you're searching for some seasonal recipes to make this June and all throughout summer, look no further.

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It's not quite a galette and not quite a pizza, but this breakfast creation falls somewhere right in the middle, and it's topped with everything you need to start the day off right.

Recipe: Baked Prosciutto and Egg Breakfast Tart

2. Banana and Raspberry Swirl Breakfast Smoothie

Banana raspberry smoothies.
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When the weather gets hot, this fruity, frozen breakfast smoothie is just the thing you'll crave. The recipe calls for almond butter and almond milk but you can swap in your favorite nut butter and dairy or non-dairy milk.

Recipe: Banana and Raspberry Swirl Breakfast Smoothie

3. Strawberry Rhubarb Baked Oatmeal

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This baked oatmeal makes for a perfect make-ahead breakfast. In fact, you can slice it into pieces, freeze it, and enjoy it for up to three months.

Recipe: Strawberry Rhubarb Baked Oatmeal

4. Blueberry Coffee Cake

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Think coffee cake meets blueberry muffins in this decadent breakfast that you might be tempted to eat for dessert.

Recipe: Blueberry Coffee Cake

5. Asparagus With Poached Egg and Prosciutto

Asparagus topped with cured meat and poached egg.
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Try serving this asparagus bundle topped with a runny poached egg on top of a slice of thick and crispy sourdough bread.

Recipe: Asparagus With Poached Egg and Prosciutto

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This light and refreshing summer recipe doesn't hold back on flavor. If you're opting for the basil oil, just make sure to prep it in advance.

Recipe: Heirloom Tomato, Beet and Burrata Salad With Basil Oil

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It's seafood season, and this zesty fish recipe is just the thing you need to try. Can't find arctic char? Any salmon will do the trick. And best of all, it's ready in just five minutes in the oven.

Recipe: Broiled Lemon-Honey Arctic Char with Citrus Sauce

8. Summer Squash Salad With Avocado and Pine Nuts

Summer squash salad with cheese, avocado, and nuts.
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There's something so satisfying about this simple, no-lettuce salad, which features summer squash, avocado, toasted pine nuts, ricotta Salata cheese, and garden chives tossed in lemon and olive oil.

Recipe: Summer Squash Salad With Avocado and Pine Nuts

9. Grilled Corn Salad with Creamy Lime Dressing

A grilled corn salad with cucumber, radish, and tzatziki.
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It's officially corn season, so throw some corn on the cob onto the grill. Get creative and add your favorite ingredients from tomato and watermelon to avocado, radish, and Feta. This salad works beautifully as a side dish or even a garnish for dishes like grilled chicken or shrimp skewers.  

Recipe: Grilled Corn Salad with Creamy Lime Dressing

10. Burrata With Balsamic Cherries And Basil

Toasted sourdough with Burrata and cherries.
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Of course, you can eat creamy burrata cheese all year 'round. But there's something about the summertime that makes it taste even more delicious.

Recipe: Burrata With Balsamic Cherries And Basil

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While you can use any protein you want for these lettuce wraps from grilled chicken to seared shrimp, this version calls for none other than store-bought crispy fish tacos. It's certainly one of the smartest frozen food hacks I've come across.

Recipe: Thai Lettuce Wraps with Crispy Fish and Peanut Sauce

12. Grilled Vegetable and Halloumi Skewers

Grilled vegetable and halloumi skewers.
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Halloumi cheese has a high melting point, which means you can toss it on the grill and let it get nice and charred and crispy without it turning into a mess. It'a also the perfect accompaniment to grilled veggies on skewers. 

Recipe: Grilled Vegetable and Halloumi Skewers

13. Blistered Shishito Peppers With Lemon-Garlic Aioli

Blistered shishito peppers with aioli dipping sauce.
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As if blistered shishito peppers weren't tasty enough, wait until you try them dunked in creamy, tangy aioli.

Recipe: Blistered Shishito Peppers With Lemon-Garlic Aioli

14. Roasted Fennel Pasta with Ricotta

Linguine with ricotta and fennel.
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This pasta recipe is lightened-up for summer, but it's still bursting with flavor. Between the lemon sauce, the roasted fennel, and the fluffy ricotta, it tastes like a serious treat.

Recipe: Roasted Fennel Pasta with Ricotta

15. Couscous Salad With Strawberries And Snap Peas

Couscous salad with avocado, strawberry, snap peas, and creamy dressing.
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Start with couscous or another grain like rice or farro at the base of this filling salad just begging to be served at your next cookout or picnic. 

Recipe: Couscous Salad With Strawberries And Snap Peas 

16. Summer Corn and Zucchini Chowder

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There's nothing like a hearty, corn-packed chowder on a chilly summer night. This version is totally vegetarian, but it will fill you right up.

Recipe: Summer Corn and Zucchini Chowder

17. Grilled Caesar Salad

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Listen up salad lovers: take your leafy creations to the next level with the help of the barbecue. Here, wedges of romaine are tossed right on the grill until charred, then they're tossed in a creamy homemade caesar dressing, croutons, and parmesan cheese.

Recipe: Grilled Caesar Salad

18. Soy-Glazed Korean-Inspired Kimchi Hot Dogs

Korean-inspired kimchi hot dogs on buns.
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Give your next cookout a little makeover with the help of these Korean-inspired hot dogs. They're coated in a mixture of soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, and sugar, then served in classic buns and topped with sriracha, kimchi, and sesame seeds.

Recipe: Soy-Glazed Korean-Inspired Kimchi Hot Dogs

19. Sour Cream and Chive Potato Salad

Potato salad with chives.
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You can never have too many potato salad recipes up your sleeve. This one is all about the dressing, which calls for sour cream, mustard,  lemon juice, ranch seasoning and fresh dill.

Recipe: Sour Cream and Chive Potato Salad

20. Greek Watermelon Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

Watermelon and cucumber salad with chunks of feta.
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There's no such thing as too much watermelon during the summer, which means you should be sneaking it into as many recipes as you can...beginning with this seasonal take on a classic Greek salad.

Recipe: Greek Watermelon Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

21. Zucchini Lasagna Rolls

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This lower-carb lasagna roll-ups call for zucchini ribbons instead of pasta sheets. The result is still just as saucy, cheesy, and indulgent.

Recipe: Zucchini Lasagna Rolls

22. Barbecue Apricot Chicken

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Give boring old chicken an upgrade that's worth getting excited about. This recipe calls for chicken thighs prepared in a sweet and tangy apricot and barbecue sauce glaze.

Recipe: Barbecue Apricot Chicken

23. Old Fashioned Cherry Crisp

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You'll want to serve this fruity crisp with a big scoop of ice cream for good measure.

Recipe: Old Fashioned Cherry Crisp

24. Blackberry Slab Pie Bars

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You can use fresh or frozen blackberries for these pie bars, although my time-saving suggestion: head to your local farmer's market and buy a jar of fresh berry jam for the filling.

Recipe: Blackberry Slab Pie Bars

25. Brown Sugar Plum Clafoutis

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This classic French cake can be made with pretty much any fruit, but why not take advantage of ripe plums while they're in season? You can also try a mix of different stone fruit.

Recipe: Brown Sugar Plum Clafoutis

26. Gluten-Free Rhubarb Tart

A slice of rhubarb tart.
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If you're seeking the perfect dessert, this comes pretty close. It's a buttery shortbread crust topped with rich almond filling and sweet-meets-tart rhubarb. Oh, and it happens to be totally grain-free.

Recipe: Gluten-Free Rhubarb Tart

27. Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

A lemon blueberry cheesecake bar.
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This crowd-pleasing treat features graham cracker crust and a light and airy cheesecake topping dotted with lots of fresh blueberries.

Recipe: Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Bars

28. Fresh Cherry Mojitos

A cherry cocktail with sliced lime and mint.
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While the homemade cherry syrup isn't too time-consuming to make, you can always opt for classic simple syrup or agave. Then, just toss some fresh, halved cherries into your glasses as a garnish.

Recipe: Fresh Cherry Mojitos

29. Watermelon Paloma

A watermelon paloma cocktail with a salted rim.
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This watermelon paloma made with citrus and tequila has to be one of the most refreshing cocktails I've come across. It's ideal for day drinking or sipping on a warm summer night.

Recipe: Watermelon Paloma

30. Stone Fruit Sangria

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Start with a crisp, dry wine like sauvignon blanc or pinot Grigio. Add your favorite fruit liqueur like Cointreau or peach schnapps and all the sliced stone fruit you can get your hands on.

Recipe: Stone Fruit Sangria