What’s in Season: June Produce Guide

By Jessica Hylton - - Updated

Here’s your June Produce Guide: a list of what you should cook this June based on what produce is in season for fresh, delicious and healthy recipes!

Here’s your June Produce Guide: a list of what you should cook this June based on what produce is in season for fresh, delicious and healthy recipes!

Happy June friends! Summer produce is my absolute favourite so I couldn’t want to share this in season produce guide for June!

Curious as to what produce is in season in June?




This Nourish Buddha Bowl is filled with nourishing, detoxifying and best of all absolutely delicious veggies and grains topped with an incredible tahini dressing!

Pictured: Nourish Buddha Bowl with Harissa Tahini Dressing

I’ve been on a serious avocado trip. I’m completely obsessed. They are the perfect replacement in baking recipes and add such a great creaminess to bowl foods! Avocado toast is my favourite way to enjoy them.

More Avocado Recipes >>


This Beet Hummus includes roasted beets which makes a creamy and velvet smooth and absolutely delicious unique hummus. It's great as a snack or dip!

Pictured: Roasted Beet Hummus

I’m pretty sure I have an obsession with beets, since it’s one of my most used ingredients on this entire blog. I made a joke about owning a beet farm, but I’m pretty sure I need to look into that. Their versatility from crunchy to smooth, velvet-y and sweet once roasted make them such a great root vegetable. That colour is also divine!

More Beet Recipes >>


These Fresh Spring Rolls are a colorful, crunchy vegan meal that are perfect for a light lunch, dinner or appetizer! They are served with an amazing Peanut Ginger Dip and are gluten free!

Pictured: Fresh Spring Rolls with Peanut Ginger Sauce

I love how bright and beautiful cabbage is. I’ve used it raw for a crunch factor, and I’ve also sautéed it down in coconut milk.

More Cabbage Recipes >>


Quinoa and Corn Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing is a hearty and delicious salad also with roasted tomatoes and feta cheese that will leave you wanting more! #healthy #vegetarian #quinoa #salad #lunch #corn

Pictured: Quinoa and Corn Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing 

I’m preparing for a few corn recipes for this summer season because they are just so delicious when grilled!

More Corn Recipes >>


Citrus (Oranges, Lemons, Limes and more)

This Tropical Green Smoothie is one of my favorite green smoothies - loaded with spinach, pineapples, orange juice and bananas. It's only 255 calories and deliciously smooth!-4

Pictured: Tropical Green Smoothie

I’m a big citrus fan. We constantly stock up on limes, lemons and oranges because they work well with everything. I’ve included recipes where they are the main feature ingredient in the dish or the sauce/dressing.

More Citrus Recipes >>


Greens (Herbs, Spinach, Kale, and more)

This Apple, Candied Walnuts and Blue Cheese Salad with Honey Apple Dressing is filled with fall flavours, sweet and crunchy and healthy!

Pictured: Apple Candied Walnuts and Blue Cheese Salad with Honey Apple Dressing

Greens start to show up everywhere this time of the year. I try to keep a bag of fresh greens in my fridge at all times for spur of the moment saladspestos, and anything else. I always use fresh herbs and you will absolutely taste the difference from dried herbs. I’m thinking of growing my own herb garden next. My new favourite herb is definitely rosemary! I’ve been using it in EVERYTHING.


Strawberry Mango Smoothie-2

Pictured: Strawberry Mango Smoothie

I love Mangoes! This deliciously sweet fruit goes well with basically everything and this pairing above is the perfect example of a May ready smoothie. You can’t go wrong with mangoes.

More Mango Recipes >



This Creamy Cashew Pea Pesto is loaded with spring veggies and so delicious you'll want to put it on everything!

Pictured:  Creamy Cashew Pea Pesto

It’s pea season! Put these in everything. They are tiny bursts of spring that go with everything – this pesto is proof. It goes great on appetisers, pasta, in veggie bowls…anything!

More Pea Recipes >>




This Strawberry Pineapple Coconut Smoothie or Lava Flow Smoothie is loaded with delicious spring and summer fruits and bound to be your new favourite smoothie!

Pictured: Strawberry Pineapple Coconut Smoothie

Pineapples are one of the best summer fruits – bright, sweet and/or sour and great for hot days!

More Pineapple Recipes >>



These Quick-Pickled Radishes are so easy to make and are delicious crunchy and spicy bites on everything!

Pictured: Quick Pickled Radishes

HOW am I just getting into Radishes? Not only are they so undeniably pretty, their crunch and spice factor reminds me a lot of kohlrabi which I fell in love with two years ago. Be sure to try out all different varieties of radishes including easter egg radishes (pictured above), daikon radishes and any other kinds that you can find!

More Radishes Recipes >>



Strawberry Salsa

Pictured: Strawberry Salsa

I usually put this guide in order, but it’s National Strawberry Month! It’s the month to go wild with your strawberries. I adore them in this salsa, roasted, pureed, or eaten by themselves. Strawberries are my absolute favourite fruit.

More Strawberry Recipes >>



These Watermelon Mojitos are incredible easy to make, only 5 ingredients and are a perfect refreshing, minty summer cocktail!

Pictured: Watermelon Mojitos

There is no denying that watermelon is probably the official summer fruit. It is incredibly refreshing when used in any recipe and tastes so deliciously sweet!

More Watermelon Recipes >>



Pesto Zucchini Noodles with Burst Cherry Tomatoes have ALL the crave-worthy flavour of pasta with NONE of the guilt or carbs!

Pictured: Pesto Zucchini Noodles with Burst Cherry Tomatoes

Zucchinis are finally coming into season! They are such a delicious veg and one I plan to incorporate this spring!

More Zucchini Recipes >>


If you try any of these recipes, please let me know in the comment section below, or tag me on instagram with the hashtag #jessicainthekitchen. What do you plan to make this month?

P.S. I’ve completely redone my Pinterest boards to be ingredient specific so you can find more great seasonal May produce. Head over to check it out!


June Seasonal Produce Guice

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  1. You can bet that I will be making the most of everything avocado related the coming months. I can’t get enough of them!

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