There are thousands of new recipes posted online every day. We love trolling sites like Pinterest, Gojee, and Tastespotting as much as the next person, but we realize that can be a huge time drain. This week on The Greatist Table, we've selected summery recipes that make the most of the farmers market before fall sets in. Here are five recipes we love this week, and we hope you will, too!

Chopped Caprese Salad
Photo: The Cookie Rookie

This chopped up twist on the summer classic is the perfect side dish for any outdoor meal. The recipe just calls for the classics— mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, basil, and balsamic—but you can also try making your own dressing to pour on top.

mixed summer salad
Photo: Proud Italian Cook

Nothing says summer quite like a bright burst of colorful veggies. This salad is a kitchen sink of end-of-season goodies like zucchini, tomatoes, corn, peas,

seaweed crunch avocado sandwich
Photo: Food Wine Thyme

Looking for a light lunch?A fresh sandwich with avocado and tomato fits the bill. This recipe suggests using Japanese seaweed salad for an added crunch, but if you don't have an Asian food store nearby regular sprouts taste great too.

blackberry froyo with chocolate ganache
Photo: Cooking Haven

Fresh berries are one of the best parts of the summer. This dessert swaps heavy cream for Greek yogurt for a healthy boost, and tops it with a homemade chocolate ganache sauce that will make you feel both fancy and satisfied.

white sangria spritzer
Photo: Linda Wagner

Cold, fizzy, fruity - what else can you ask for in a summer cocktail? This recipe combines peaches, raspberries, and kiwi with white wine and mint for an amazing treat. You can also try throwing some other fruits in (like oranges) for added flavor!

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