This is a delicately crunchy, deliciously tangy salad with Japanese-inspired flavors. I’m normally not a fan of cucumbers, but when they’re so thinly sliced and lovingly dressed, I will happily eat them anytime!
I eat this superfood salad for lunch most days. It’s easy to throw together, tastes great, and I know it has a lot of the nutrients my body needs.
A different plate of raw greens! With grapes!! Shocking. Actually, this kale caesar salad turned out to be pretty fantastic. Why not give it a spin?
This dairy-free caesar salad has a lovely, garlicky, lemony dressing without the animal products you might find in a traditional version.
If you love a good chicken salad sandwich but want to eat a more plant-based diet, here’s an idea: make chickpea salad sandwiches instead!
Growing up, we often had fresh tomatoes in the summer from our own backyard garden or someone else’s nearby. My mom would make this refreshing Italian tomato salad to go with a loaf of fresh bread for a quick lunch.
My daughter Megan is turning into the family saucier – the sauce chef. Here is a fast French dressing she made that we enjoyed on our lunchtime salads.
A bright, lively and very simple garbanzo cucumber salad that will make your whole body smile. I’m not normally a fan of cucumbers but I polished off a second helping of this!
Falafels are made from ground up chickpeas (garbanzo beans), fava beans, and spices like parsley, garlic, cumin, and coriander. They’re traditionally deep-fried, but baked falafels taste delicious too!
This recipe for five-layer dip comes from my stepmother-in-law in Canada. It’s a crowd-pleaser, super easy to make, and nutritious too!