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From broccoli salad with bacon and cheddar to cucumber salad with mint, you’ll never tire of these simple, fresh, delicious summer salads.
It’s the creamy peanut dressing that makes this salad so good–I guarantee you’ll want to put it on everything!
A little tangy, a little sweet, and a whole lot delicious, this cucumber salad satisfies on a hot summer day.
This bright and crunchy slaw is a healthier alternative to all those mayo-laden slaws, and a perfect accompaniment to burgers or sloppy joes.
This main-course salad is similar to the Chinese chicken salad served at many restaurants, only I’ve left off the unhealthy fried wonton strips that are usually piled on top. Using a rotisserie chicken makes it easy.
Made with bulgur, fresh herbs, chopped vegetables and chickpeas, this Middle Eastern-style salad is like a bulked-up tabbouleh. Make it over the weekend and keep it in the fridge all week long for healthy lunches.
This elegant fruit salad is wonderful for brunch, but don’t rule it out for dessert served with shortcake and whipped cream.
Sweet corn scraped off the cob, mild scallions, and fresh basil in a tart white wine vinaigrette — this simple salad is a nice change from the usual corn on the cob, plus you can make it ahead of time.
Usually we think of fresh berries as something to eat for breakfast or dessert, but they also make an elegant addition to a salad of baby spinach, pecans and goat cheese.
In this picnic-perfect salad, raw broccoli soaks up the creamy dressing — softening a bit but remaining crisp — and pairs nicely with bits of salty bacon, tangy cheddar cheese and crunchy almonds.
Warning –this bean, corn, and avocado salad is incredibly hard to stop eating!
Sweet peaches + salty prosciutto + creamy burrata + crunchy pine nuts = a salad you’ll crave all summer long.