Are you sick and tired of putting the same old hamburgers, hotdogs, brats and metts on the grill all summer long, at what seems like at every cookout? Try these fresh and fun new grilling recipes at your Memorial Day weekend bash!
Mediterranean Portobello Burger: If you’re tired of the same old cheeseburgers at every grill out, then this healthy twist on the classic burger will refresh your taste buds! Topped with a Greek-style salad, and cucumber slices on the side, it will leave you wondering if it really is only 301 calories. (via Eating Well)
Skinny Pineapple Shrimp Kabobs: Summer brings out the sweet tooth in everyone, so give in to it on the grill! Prepare a sweet marinade for the shrimp, and pop some pineapple on those skewers with some veggies and enjoy a new Memorial Day favorite! (via Skinny Mom)
BBQ Chicken Burgers: Break away from basic barbecue sandwiches by opting for chicken instead! Try spicing these up with your favorite hot sauce for just the right amount of zing, and don’t forget the slaw! (via Food Network)
Grilled Chicken Salsa Verde: If you want your chicken to sizzle this Memorial Day weekend, then this grilled chicken salsa verde recipe is for you! At only 260 calories, it is perfect as a main course if you are looking to save the extra calories for desert! (via Betty Crocker)
Grilled Corn with Chipotle Lime-Butter: Instead of the same plain corn on the cob at every cookout, kick it up a notch with this recipe! At just 136 calories of bold flavor, you may just want this at every cookout this season! (via Fitness Magazine) (photo credit here)
Dijon Brown Sugar Bourbon Chicken: For something other than plain old barbecue chicken, try a marinade on the grill. The Dijon brown sugar bourbon chicken recipe is tangy, yet sweet! At just 235 calories you will be glad you tried a different grilled chicken dish! (via McCormick)
Asian Chicken Burgers: Just because Memorial Day is an American holiday doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate by eating an Asian inspired dish! Although this is 360 calories, it is a much more healthy version of the American classic. (via Food Network)