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7 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat

Summertime has melted its way into our lives. Temperatures are on the rise everywhere, air conditioning units are being maxxed out, and people everywhere need to just…CHILL OUT! Which is why we love these 7 totally simple chilled recipes. From drinks to dinners, here are 7 simple ideas to get cool in minutes, with an abundance of flavor and a little bit of fun!

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  • Chilled Cucumber Soup 1 of 7
    Chilled Cucumber Soup
    Chilled Cucumber Soup turns a light, gorgeous green and takes just minutes to make. The ultimate afternoon refresher on a hot summer day.
    Get the recipe for Chilled Cucumber Soup.
  • Iced Coffee 2 of 7
    Iced Coffee
    Iced Coffee with Coffee Bean Ice Cubes is a great way to perk up on a day when you're melting.
    Get the recipe for Iced Coffee with Coffee Bean Ice Cubes.
  • Vanilla Bean Ice Cream 3 of 7
    Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
    Easy Vanilla Bean Ice Cream doesn't have to be purchased at the grocery store! Make it at home and discover just how delicious real, homemade ice cream is.
    Get the recipe for Easy Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.
  • Agua Frescas 4 of 7
    Agua Frescas
    Lazy day Agua Frescas are a light, simple way to bring a bit of color (and a lot of cool) into your hot summer days!
    Get the recipe for Lazy Day Agua Frescas.
  • Iced Chai 5 of 7
    Iced Chai
    Cool Whip Iced Chai is quick, simple, and wildly delicious. It's just sweet enough to feel like a treat, just easy enough to feel like a breeze!
    Get our recipe for Cool Whip Iced Chai.
  • Triple Citrus Lemonade 6 of 7
    Triple Citrus Lemonade
    Triple Citrus Lemonade turns a basic summertime drink into a gourmet sip! The best part? It looks incredibly fancy, but is a snap to make!
    Get our recipe for Triple Citrus Lemonade.
  • 14 Chilled Meals 7 of 7
    14 Chilled Meals
    Looking to cool off even more? Check out our '14 Chilled Meals for Hot Summer Nights' slideshow!
    Click here for 14 Chilled Meals for Hot Summer Nights.

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