7 Sexy Salads
Salads don’t have to be boring, they can be super fun and really delicious! Here are 7 sexy salads from around the web that will have your waist line shrinking and your taste buds singing!!
This power salad is super simple: chicken, avocado, pine nuts, feta cheese, tomatoes and spinach. I love it topped with Garlic Expressions salad dressing. The flavor is utter perfection! This salad is hearty enough for dinner and excellent for entertaining!
White House Salad – Some of the contestants on “The Biggest Loser,” NBC’s weight-loss reality show, need encouragement to eat salads instead of junk food. White House chef Sam Kass was up to the task when he helped a visiting “Loser” hopeful make a salad that almost no one can get enough of. Courtesy of ”A White House Garden Cookbook“ by Clara Silverstein.
This Vegetarian Taco Salad from Yummy Mummy is to LIVE for!! OM GOSH, so good and so gorgeous!! I would omit the tempeh from the recipe as I’m not a fan tempeh or any processed “meat” products. It will still be delicious and filling without it!!
This Winter Kale Salad is oh so simple and delicious. It’s beautiful color makes it the perfect start any holiday meal. Again, I would leave out the tempeh and maybe add some roasted butternut squash or sweet potato instead!
This Crispy Chickpea and Roasted Butternut Squash Salad from Mountain Mamma looks so good I almost can’t stand it…almost. This is just lovely and will make a great snack, lunch, or dinner meal. I think it is the perfect winter salad!
You will develop a new found love of brussels sprouts after trying this recipe. This salad is simple perfection and oh so easy to make. I love recipes like this that use just a few simple ingredients: brussels, red onion, lemon, honey, whole grain mustard, black pepper, and pecorino. It’s amazing the beauty and delight that can come from simple foods!
And last but not least, a spinach and quinoa salad with avocado and grapefruit. Full of surprises for your taste buds, this salad is sure to excite! I love the addition of grapefruit for winter.