This week’s weekly meal plan recommendations are here, and we’ve found some easy meals to get you through the rest of the week all using June’s best, freshest produce like watermelon, zucchini, swiss chard, avocados, and peas. Yay for summer!

So grab a pen, make your shopping list, and stock up on ingredients before the weekend’s over to make your weeknights that much simpler. And if it’s even easier for you to do all that planning from your inbox, be sure to sign up for our weekly meal plan emails.

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Weekly meal plan: Zucchini Noodle Salad with Peanut Sauce at From My Bowl

Zucchini Noodle Salad with Peanut Sauce | From My Bowl

I’m always happy to find delicious no-cook recipes during the hot summer months, and with zucchini in season right now this Zucchini Noodle Salad with Peanut Sauce at From My Bowl is a top contender. Caitlin says the hardest part of this whole recipe is just chopping the veggies; it’s that easy. And while she serves it entirely plant-based, you could easily add some rotisserie chicken to it too. The best part: it keeps for up to 5 days, so this can make lunch or a side for another meal later in the week.

Weekly meal plan: Watermelon Farrow Bowls at Cait's Plate

Watermelon Farro Bowls | Cait’s Plate

I’m a big fan of light dinners in the summer, and these Watermelon Farro Bowls at Cait’s Plate look like perfection. To me, they’re hearty enough to be my entire dinner — especially since I’ll probably have 2 (erm, 3) servings. But it would also make a great side dish if you’re grilling out, too. Stand by though — I’ve got another recipe coming up to make use of the rest of the watermelon.

PS If you love those Turkish-style towels like we do, we found some gorgeous ones under $20, that can also double as casual tablecloths or picnic table covers.

Weekly meal plan: Swiss Chard Frittata at Foraged Dish

Swiss Chard and Parmesan Frittata | Foraged Dish

Swiss chard is perfection right now, and my kids always love breakfast for dinner…so, this Swiss Chard and Parmesan Frittata at Foraged Dish looks like a winner for dinner. (Ha!) As if we needed another reason to make use of our favorite cast iron skillet. Serve it with some of your leftover watermelon, some in-season cantaloupe, or strawberries on the side for a quick and easy summer meal. Besides, any leftovers can be used for breakfast the next morning.

Related: How to cut an avocado safely. Because enough with avocado hand, please.

Weekly meal plan: Avocado Turkey Burgers at Linger a Little

Turkey Burger with Avocado Slices | Linger a Little

Avocados from Mexico are always in season, but now the harvests from California are in season too. This delicious Turkey Burger with Avocado Slices recipe from Linger a Little looks like a great excuse to eat more of our favorite fruit. Because as we hopefully all know by now, avocado is in fact a fruit. This is one of those wonderful recipes that can work for kids with different preferences in the family with minor tweaks. Like serving the avocado on the side, skipping the cheese, or using a plant-based burger instead of turkey. Easy!

Related: Up your burger game with the best grills and 5 grilling tools I can’t live without.

Weekly meal plan: Bacon and Pea Pasta at Salted Mint

Pasta with peas and bacon at Salted Mint

This gorgeous recipe for pasta with peas and bacon at Salted Mint is one of my favorite ways to enjoy ripe, fresh, peas right now –although the recipe does allow for frozen, if that’s more convenient. It’s a 30-minute, one-pot recipe, which makes it so easy for busy parents. Considering it’s mainly noodles and bacon, how can your kids complain, right? I’d double the batch and save the rest for lunch, or an easy, portable dinner I could take to our pool or to the park over the weekend.

Related: 5 bright, flavorful outdoor dinners you can take outside for summer

Weekly meal plan: Watermelon Popsicles at Love Food Nourish

Watermelon Popsicles | Love Food Nourish

My kids can’t get enough of watermelon when it’s this fresh, and since we’ll have some leftover from the watermelon salad earlier this week I bet they’d love helping me make these watermelon popsicles with the recipe from Love Food Nourish as our afternoon “craft” one day. Of course, you could decorate them with anything from chocolate chips to sprinkles if you don’t happen to have pomegranate seeds on hand. (Though you can have them delivered from Whole Foods through Amazon pretty affordably.)

I say, ask the kids about their watermelong toppings. They’ll have strong opinions for sure!