These holiday salad recipes are the perfect way satiate your crowd of hungry family members with something a little healthier before the holiday ham or turkey is done.
The perfect fresh side dish for any potluck, this Creamy Ranch BLT Pasta Salad not only has juicy cherry tomatoes, chopped bacon, and —you guessed it—crisp romaine, but is made even better by a lightened up greek yogurt ranch dressing.
Heart Healthy Mixed Bean Salad: Turn canned beans, lentils and chickpeas into a flavourful salad that will add a healthy boost to your meals. Perfect year round, this fibre-rich salad is a great way of incorporating legumes into your diet. This can be served as a side dish, perfect for potlucks or to make it a main for lunch serve it over spiralized cucumbers.
Full of flavor and ready in 20 minutes this Asian Chopped Salad is drizzled in a Sesame Ginger salad dressing making it incredibly hard to resist.
This Spicy Lime Black Bean Quinoa Salad features a simple combination of fresh vegetables, black beans, and quinoa in a zesty lime dressing that makes this the perfect weekday meal!
A healthier version of a simple, classic broccoli salad that serves as a great fast side dish for any party or potluck. Made with cranberries, sunflower seeds, onion and a homemade Greek yogurt dressing, this is one of my favorite side dishes.
Roasted Chickpea Croutons – Not only are roasted chickpeas a great snack, but I love putting them in salads instead of croutons to add a little flavorful crunch! Roasted chickpeas, especially when seasoned right, can make for an amazing crouton replacement for salads. They are loaded with fiber and can be much “cleaner” than the common bread croutons. Plus you can season them in so many different ways to create new flavors.
Happy Monday! This weekend I took the girls to the Milton Farmer’s Market and the market was full of fresh peaches. They looked so yummy and delicious that I couldn’t resist buying some. Then later that night we went to a BBQ so I thought “Hey! Why don’t I make a peach quinoa salad with …
Happy Monday everyone and thank you for following me from Fitness Cheerleader to Salads 4 Lunch! If you’re reading this then I hope it means I somehow managed to transfer all of my subscribers from Fitness Cheerleader seamlessly. If you’re a little confused by all of this, this post may help. In a nutshell I …
We all know by now that we should be eating at least seven to eight servings of fruits and vegetables each day. But knowing and doing are two different things, aren’t they? Here are a few ideas to sneak some extra vegetables and fruits into your diet.