Recipes for Your Garden's Bounty PLUS Create Link Inspire Party

My parents used to plant a massive garden every summer and I loved plucking sun-warmed veggies and eating them straight from the vine. I haven't always been successful with my garden, but I think it's a great skill to teach the next generation how to grow food, that I've been planting and reaping in my backyard garden for as long as I've had a backyard. Some years we don't end up with more than our family can use, and other years, like this year, we have far more veggies than we can eat through, so I'm always looking for new ways to use up my bounty so it doesn't go to waste. I'm sharing some recipe ideas for you just in case you have more veggies than you know what to do with. And maybe, just maybe, you will find a new favorite.

open handed holding fresh garden vegetables

Recipes for Your Garden's Bounty

green beans, zucchini and tomatoes overflowing in your garden will give you an opportunity to use these recipes

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overflowing green beans and tomatoes will give you an opportunity to use these great recipes

Garden Roasted Parmesan Green Beans from Views from the 'Ville
Asparagus Bacon and Egg Salad from To Simply Inspire
Blackberry Pie Filling from Our Simple Homestead
Banana Zucchini Bread from I Dig Pinterest
Tomato Pizza Tart from Treat & Trick

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