Wilted Spinach Salad with Grilled Peaches: You’ll know you got it right when peach juice drips from the corner of your lips and onto your white shirt. In three places. On the first bite. I know from experience.…
Salmon Nicoise Salad with Dijon Caper Dressing
Salmon Nicoise Salad with Dijon Caper Dressing tastes like a “treat yourself” meal, but it’s gluten free, sugar free, low-carb, paleo-friendly, and deceptively easy to prepare. I developed this recipe for Healy Eats Real, so click here to get the recipe!
I’ve always liked salmon a lot, but currently: for real obsession status.
And I don’t think I’m exaggerating here.
Eggs Florentine Breakfast Salad with Easy Hollandaise Dressing
Eggs Florentine Breakfast Salad with Easy Hollandaise Dressing is indulgent — I mean, look at that runny egg! But my recipe is sugar free and gluten free and my blender hollandaise is lightened up with a secret ingredient!
My family has this thing with Eggs Benedict. I know I’m not writing about Eggs Benedict per say, but that is definitely the inspiration behind Eggs Florentine Breakfast Salad.
Grilled Peach Salad with Blue Cheese and Bacon
Grilled Peach Salad with Blue Cheese and Bacon is a simple recipe that’s easy to scale for one or four or twelve. Tangy blue cheese, salty bacon, and candied walnuts will have you going back for seconds!
I originally published this recipe THREE years ago. Yes, three. If you haven’t heard, The Every Kitchen had her third birthday last week. And we definitely want to talk about and eat Grilled Peach Salad with Blue Cheese and Bacon, but for dessert we should most definitely have Rainbow Sprinkle Vanilla Icebox Cake in honor of these past three years.
Buffalo Tuna Salad
Kick it up a notch with Buffalo Tuna Salad. Only 5 minutes to a protein-packed, low carb, gluten free, sugar free lunch or snack.
I feel almost silly for posting about Buffalo Tuna Salad because it really isn’t a recipe. It’s just something I threw together and the tuna is my pantry and Wham! I tasted it and was like… dang — that is good and why isn’t the rest of the world making Buffalo Tuna Salad? They just don’t know. They just don’t know. And obviously the responsibility for getting the word out falls to me.
Dijon Steak Nicoise Salad
Dijon Steak Nicoise Salad. Less than 30 minutes to a lean, high-protein lunch or dinner. Sugar free, gluten free, and perfect for meal prepping.
You guyyyyys. Happy Monday. (Shrugs shoulders.) Don’t know why, can’t explain it, I’m in a good mood. Like a wanna-smile-all-the-time mood. (Ask me if this is still true after work today though. I’m curious how far this will go.) I’m just really happy about all the food blogging things. And about manual DSLR camera settings on sunshiney days and beautiful pictures of beautiful foods like Dijon Steak Nicoise Salad.
Golden Beet Couscous Salad
This is one of those salads where it’s mostly the good stuff. You know what I mean. This salad is mostly toppings and then there’s some leafy things for good measure. But, ya know, the point of this salad isn’t the leafy stuff or else, instead of Golden Beet Couscous Salad, it would be called Leaf Salad with Beets and Radishes. Or something like that. You get my point.
Shrimp and Green Papaya Salad and Thailand Part II – Chiang Rai
I’m not entirely sure I even like papaya. But I just ate a ridiculous amount of Shrimp and Green Papaya Salad.
I typed that first sentence about 6 hours ago and here I am eating another RIDICULOUS amount of this Green* Papaya Salad. It’s healthy though, so I’m okay, right? Literally. cannot. stop.