Tag: Salad

Southern Deli-Style Macaroni Salad

Southern Deli-Style Macaroni Salad

Macaroni salad loaded with veggies in a lightly tangy dressing. Perfect for cookouts, game days, or potlucks. Vegetarian (can be made vegan). Egg-free. Makes 12 servings.

Homemade Ranch Dressing & Dip

Homemade Ranch Dressing & Dip

Homemade ranch with sour cream and mayo. Made without Worcestershire sauce and no powder packets. Perfect for veggies, salads, buffalo wings and more. Vegetarian.

Summer Watermelon Salad

Summer Watermelon Salad

It’s been so hot lately I really haven’t been in the mood to cook much (and trust me, as a food blogger not cooking is no fun)– so I’ve been enjoying all kinds of fresh fruits and veggies as easy meals. Maybe the heat is 

Spinach Strawberry Salad with Strawberry Vinaigrette

Spinach Strawberry Salad with Strawberry Vinaigrette

Summer salad featuring spinach, fresh ripe strawberries, avocado, shallot, and pistachios finished off with homemade vegan strawberry vinaigrette. Makes 4 salads. Vinaigrette recipes makes approximately 10 ounces.
Salad is ready in 10 minutes. Dressing needs 4 hour refrigeration time. Vegan/Vegetarian.

Deli Style Coleslaw

Deli Style Coleslaw

This slightly sweet and tangy deli-inspired coleslaw will be your go-to this summer. It’s the perfect blend of mayo (or vegan mayo) + vinaigrette and celery seed with some sugar to balance the tart. Make this easy side dish from scratch and enjoy for up to 3 days. Makes 6-8 side dish sized servings or 10-12 topping sized servings.

Winter Harvest Salad

Winter Harvest Salad

What are your favorite foods to enjoy over the holidays? My favorites are definitely the potatoes (however many ways they can be made) and the biscuits/rolls. Those carbs are craveable and delicious…but the day after leaves you feeling bleh. The day after Thanksgiving this year 

California Citrus Salad

California Citrus Salad

Every year near Christmas, my grandmother gifts me a huge box of grapefruit and oranges she bought to support the local high school Future Farmers of America. I love any and all citrus fruits and Grandma Ree knows this–so she buys a very large box