With the crunch of the salad and the smooth, comforting texture of avocados, this recipe will surprise you with every bite.
Trade in your greens for avocado, fennel and orange in this salad with a crunchy, zingy dressing that guarantees excitement to counter palate fatigue.
This salad is so jam-packed with nutrients it’s hard to believe it could taste so good. It’s a meal in itself or serve with your favorite meat or fish.
Buddha bowls—light, healthy meals comprised of a whole grain, lots of vegetables, a healthful protein source, and a flavorful sauce—are all the rage.
Easy way to get your dose of Mediterranean food into your body. This plant based salad is gluten free and vegan.
This elegant salad is a blend of spinach, arugula and other baby greens topped with a rosy sweet blackberry vinaigrette. Pair with a simple glazed salmon.
This hearty fall salad is the perfect one-pan medley of winter squash, crunchy kale and spiced chickpeas, all roasted to perfection.
Kamut, also called Khorasan wheat or Pharaoh grain, because it was first discovered in ancient Egyptian tombs, is richer in protein than regular wheat and high in nutrients, such as vitamin E, magnesium, and zinc. It adds a rich taste and texture to this flavorful salad.
Here’s everything you need for a meal in a jar. Great for lunches, snacks, and on-the-go home-style take out, this stacked salad is packed with protein, fiber, and water, the 3 ingredients that fill you up before filling you out, so you don’t overeat.
This colorful take on a classic quinoa salad is the perfect dish for your next summer get together. It’s easy to make in the kitchen and is a healthy alternative to your usual barbecue sides.
The sweet, crunchy taste of watermelon pairs well with full-bodied vinegar in this otherwise traditional Greek salad.
This salad is the perfect light summer entrée with a variety of nutrient-rich plant foods and a little lean protein.
Take advantage of nature’s peak season by eating easy dinner salads all week.
This easy-to-make salad will give you something to look forward to at lunch or can make for an exciting side with your dinner.
Lentils make a hearty alternative to meat in veggie burgers, soups and salads like this one.