Find all the recipes from the July 2016 issue of Southern Living magazine.
With summer grilling season in full swing, and Fourth of July celebrations just around the corner, we have rounded up the perfect recipes for your next cookout in our July issue. From muffin pan tomato tarts to spiced peach galette, we have your menu planned from beginning to end. Our sweet summertime desserts make the most of the season's freshest fruits. Looking for the perfect side dish to bring along to a summer potluck? It will be a hard decision between rum baked beans and sour cream potato salad. Either way, you can't go wrong with any of our Southern Living Test Kitchen approved recipes.
Muffin Pan Tomato Tarts
Recipe: Muffin Pan Tomato Tarts
Our new twist on the classic summer pie starts with frozen puff pastry sheets and ends with the perfect summer appetizer. For an easy yet festive touch serve in colorful cupcake liners.
Buttermilk-Hot Sauce Brined Chicken
Sheet Pan White Pizza with Salami and Peppers
For your next pizza night, hold the tomato sauce and try this flavorful take on sheet pan pizza.
Colorful Collard Slaw
Recipe: Colorful Collard Slaw
Our crunchy coleslaw, made with apples, thinly sliced collards, and carrots, can be prepared a day ahead; toss with dressing right before serving.
Grilled Tomatoes on the Vine
Recipe: Grilled Tomatoes on the Vine
The tomatoes with be the easiest side dish you cook all summer. Toss them on the grill, still attached to the vine, and ten minutes later you will have the perfert summer side.
Rum Baked Beans
Recipe: Rum Baked Beans
Take your baked beans to the next level with the addition of rum, bacon, and sweet onion.
Sour Cream Potato Salad
Recipe: Sour Cream Potato Salad
No summer gathering is complete without a side of potato salad. This sour cream version will become your go-to recipe.
Street Corn Salad
Recipe: Street Corn Salad
With a short prep time and even shorter ingredient list, this corn dish will become your go-to summer side dish. By simply stirring the ingredients together, you will create the perfect combination of flavors.
Berry Cobbler with Pecan Sandie Streusel
This cobbler is delicious with any fresh combination of berries. We mixed it up with four kinds.
Plum-Berry Cornmeal Sheet Cake
Recipe: Plum-Berry Cornmeal Sheet Cake
Top it with ice cream or sour cream mixed with vanilla extract and light brown sugar.
Spiced Peach Galette
Recipe: Spiced Peach Galette
Arrange slices in a single layer so they bake evenly. Leave a 1 ½-inch border around the edges.
Recipe: Cherry-Plum Pie
Fine yellow cornmeal gives this crust a slightly crunchy and flaky texture.
Blackberry Cobbler with Almond Ginger Biscuits
For the right berry-to-biscuit ratio, bake the cobbler in individual ramekins.
Blueberry Swirl Semifreddo
Recipe: Blueberry Swirl Semifreddo
Semifreddo ("half cold" in Italian) has a smooth, creamy texture like frozen mousse.