Come the warmer months you'd be forgiven for wanting to tuck into mountains of barbecued meaty goodness, as well as all the sides that go with it (we're pretty obsessed with coleslaw ourselves).
Inevitably that means you can start feeling like you've piled on the pounds, particularly when you want to feel good in a bikini.
Thankfully, we've scoured the internet to find some delicious recipes for you to try at home, which are perfect for summer nights but are still healthy. Click on each link below the pictures for the recipes.
Grilled chicken thighs with pineapple, corn and bell pepper relish
An alternative to chicken on the BBQ with a delicious sauce. As it's grilled, you don't get too much fat from this and two thighs will be 242 calories.
Roasted lemon, garlic and herb prawns
We can practically taste these prawns, serve with rice or just on their own. Eating prawns instead of beef or poultry in the same amount, will mean you consume about one-third the calories.
Don't want to eat the flour tortillas, or you're gluten free? Then these are a great spicy but healthy option. If you want rice, just make sure you go for brown.
Carb free carnitas
If you want meat but don't want to go for the calorie-ladden carb fest of a burger, this one's for you.
Raw Rainbow Pad Thai
Make this healthy vegan dish with courgette noodles, instead of the usual egg or rice noodles and you'll definitely feel the health benefits. You won't get that bloated feeling, but you'll still feel full.
Thai red curry with poached asparagus
For those who can handle the heat, in the heat. And the best bit is it's only 170 calories per serving.
Slow Cooker Chicken, Sweet Potato, and Kale Stew
Who doesn't love a bit of kale? Try making this stew with two of the best superfoods around - sweet potatoes contain numerous benefits such as reducing the risk of heart attack, as well as loads of iron and vitamin C. Kale also is high in iron and has loads of anti-oxidants.