Now that summer has finally arrived, it means we can dust off our BBQs and get grilling! However, sometimes we can\u2019t help but feel that what we\u2019re cooking on the BBQ isn\u2019t always the healthiest, nor are the sides we prepare to go with it (it\u2019s safe to say potato salad isn\u2019t the healthiest of salads). But we\u2019ve come up with some of our favourite BBQ recipes that are super healthy and lean, ensuring you won\u2019t feel as though you\u2019re over indulging in the lead up towards your summer holiday! Turkey burgers With less fat than a beef burger, these are a great substitute when you\u2019re trying to be good! Ingredients \t500g turkey mince \t\u00bd finely diced onion \t1 egg \t1 crushed garlic clove \tSalt & pepper to season Method In a medium sized bowl mix together all the ingredients with your hands and then form into 4 individual patties. Before heating your BBQ grill, spray with a non-stick BBQ spray. After heating the grill place your patties straight on the grill for approx. 20 minutes turning half way through. Serve in a wholemeal bun\u00a0with tomato, onion and lettuce! Rainbow salad Sometimes salads are best kept simple. This super easy and colourful salad is the perfect accompaniment to any grilled meat or fish! Ingredients \tBag of kale \tLettuce \tSliced yellow & red tomatoes \tSliced cucumber \tDiced avocado \tSliced red & yellow pepper \tOlive oil \tLemon Method Mix together the kale, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado and peppers into a large salad bowl and drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice! Non-alcoholic apple & elderflower fizz A delicious summer drink the whole family can enjoy. Ingredients \t50ml Elderflower cordial \t500ml cloudy apple juice (not from concentrate) \t1l Sparkling water \tHandful of fresh mint leaves Method In a large pitcher\/jug mix together the apple juice, mint leaves and elderflower cordial. Then top up with sparkling water. Serve chilled.