Image: Fiesta lettuce salad.

The jalapeño cheddar croutons take this fiesta salad to the next level! Fiesta lettuce salad features a rainbow of veggies with a salsa-ranch dressing that is sure to be a family favorite! The addition of avocado provide a heart-healthy fat that wil

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Image: Jalapeno Cheese Croutons.

Using leftover bakery bread to make croutons is a great way to use up day old bread. These croutons are packed with flavor and add crunch with a touch of heat to any soup or salad.

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Photo: Fruit dessert pizza.

This perfect summertime dessert features fresh fruit on a refrigerated cookie crust. Top with your favorite fruits.

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Photo: Cranberry almond chicken salad sandwich.

A refreshing and light chicken salad that includes a sweet twist of dried cranberries. Enjoy between two slices of whole wheat bread.

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Photo: Southwest chicken wraps.

These wraps are easy to put together and are packed with nutrition and flavor. Leftover chicken salad can be used as part of quesadillas, enchiladas, in a pita pocket or over a bed of lettuce.

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Photo: Pepperoni Pizza Pocket.

These pizza inspired pockets, which use refrigerated pizza crust, are a quick and easy meal that your family will love! Pockets are easily customizable using your family’s favorite pizza fillings.

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Photo: Frozen lemonade dessert.

There’s nothing like beating the heat with this tangy frozen lemonade dessert! This is the perfect treat to serve at summer get-togethers as you can complete all the prep the day before and simply pull out of the freezer and serve to guests!

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Photo: Greek Orzo Summer Salad.

This orzo pasta salad is quick to make and is great as a side or summertime meal by adding grilled chicken. Enjoy the leftovers over a bed of lettuce or in a wrap.

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Photo: Panzanella Salad.

Summertime salads are a favorite of many neighborhood and family get-togethers! Panzanella salad is a great way to use leftover bread and fresh produce like cucumbers, tomatoes and red onions!

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Photo: Apple cinnamon snack mix.

Making snack mix with children is a great way to subtly practice counting! Have children help count the number of cups as they dump the ingredients into the mix!

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