Salads

Mason Jar Salad RecipesSalads:

  1. Classic Salad Bar in a Jar & Waldorf  Inspired Slaw ~ Mason Jar Salads
  2. Israeli Feast ~with Tabouli, Hummus, and Olives ~ Mason Jar Salad
  3. Roasted Beet, Mango, and Blueberry Salad with Orange Dill Dressing (plated or layered in a Mason jar)
  4. Harvest Rainbow Mason Jar Salad with Creamy Pesto Dressing
  5. Glowing Green Mason Jar Salad with Avocado Vinaigrette Dressing
  6. Caprese Pasta Salad in a Jar    
  7. Garden Fiesta Mason Jar Salad   
  8. Apple-a-Day Mason Jar Salad with Pumpkin Vinaigrette Dressing 
  9. Fruited Chia Mason Jar Salads with Blackberry & Lavender Vinaigrette 
  10. Mediterranean Mason Jar Salads with Greek Vinaigrette  
  11. Winter Citrus & Fennel Mason Jar Salads with Green Apple Vinaigrette       
  12. Sunshine Salad in a Jar with Kicky Mango Vinaigrette     
  13. Scarlet Salads in a Jar with Cherry Chipotle Vinaigrette 
  14. Confetti Salad in a Jar with Creamy Chipotle Dressing     
  15. Citrus Berry Slaw Jarred Salad with Strawberry Balsamic Dressing  
  16. Blue & Purple Passion Jarred Salads with Tangerine Vinaigrette
  17. Summon Spring Jarred Salads with Asparagus, Strawberries, and Pineapple Vinaigrette
  18. Tangy Jarred Salads with Sauerkraut, Hot Peppers, Pickles, & Mustard Dressing
  19. Paradise Salad in a Jar with Blueberry Lemon Dressing
  20. Cherry BBQ Salad with Nectarine, Avocado, Sweet Potato, Basil, and Tempeh
  21. Broccoli & Zucchini Jar Salads with Creamy Cucumber Dill Dressing
  22. Fall Fusion Jar Salad with Brussels Sprouts, Apples, Walnuts, and Pear Dressing
  23. Black Bean Jar Salad with Strawberry Mango Salsa
  24. Quadruple Berry Salad with Caramelized Pecans and Raspberry Vinaigrette
  25. Verdant Salad with Spring Green Vegetables
  26. Vegetable Filled Pasta Salad with Artichoke Hearts, Capers, and Dill
  27. Spectrum Salad with Chili Lime Dressing
  28. Vegetable Herbed Pasta Salad with Homemade Dressing
  29. Black Bean, Lentil, and Quinoa Salad
  30. Winter Bok Choy Slaw from “Vegetarian Times”
  31. Avocado and White Bean Salad
  32. Fennel, Cabbage, and Apple Salad with Ginger Vinaigrette (on its own or in a lettuce wrap)
  33. Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Sweet Potato with Pomegranate Balsamic Vinaigrette

 

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  4. Amy, I just made my second batch of jarred salads. I ate the last of my first batch at lunch today…TEN DAYS old and as fresh as the day I made it. Unbelievable! What a major boon for keeping veggies fresh and having such variety in my salads. The first batch was your riff on the Waldorf Salad. Today’s batch was “Paradise” with the Blueberry-Lemon Dressing. Can’t wait to “try them all”!!! 🙂

    • Nina, Thank you so much for your feedback and it gives me great joy to know that you are enjoying my salad recipes. It is amazing how long they stay fresh and I can only imagine how much money the jar salads have saved me in not having to throw out produce! I hope you enjoyed the Paradise salad. Today I am working on a new post for a Cherry BBQ Salad. The dressing works well as a salad dressing and as a sauce. Please keep me posted and thank you again for your comment. You made my day!

    • Hi, Bobbi:
      I hope you enjoy the salads. I am constantly trying to find new ways to perk up my lunches. Enjoy and please let me know which ones are your favorite. Thank you for your comment!

  5. wow. I was first drawn to your site by the blue and purple passion salad…and to my shocked delight there are more and more of these beautful recipes! I can’t wait to try them all and listen to the praises heaped upon by my family! I just might take credit… 🙂 thank you!!

    • Danielle,
      Thank you so much for your support and positive feedback. I hope you enjoy the salads and please let me know which ones you try. I hope you earn lots of praise from your family. It’s great when we can nurture those we love with healthy food. Keep me posted! 😀

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  8. Hi Amy, I’m Nigerian and i love your posts but can’t really get most of the ingredients here, wish i could and we have challenges with electricity here. You’re doing a great job though. well done.

    • Thank you so much for your comments and kind words. That’s too bad that you have challenges with ingredients and electricity. I hope you are able to find suitable substitutions. Thank you for reading and take care.

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