While we love a crisp, fresh salad when the weather is hot and we're loathe to cook, we're equally fans of a hearty, savory winter salad recipe.
Level up your salad game with nutrient-dense whole grains like quinoa, homemade dressing and the addition of seasonal veggies like squash.
Here we're sharing 11 simple winter salad recipes that you'll enjoy for lunch and dinner all season long.
Winter Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette Recipe
This winter salad with citrus vinaigrette celebrates the produce of the season. It's sweet, crunchy, and totally incredible
Thai Mango Avocado Salad with Grilled Sweet Potatoes Recipe
Thai mango avocado salad with grilled sweet potatoes is a refreshing, flavorful salad! It pairs perfectly with all your grilled favorites.
Clementine Arugula Salad Recipe
No joke, this clementine arugula salad is so good, you'll want to eat it every day. We love the mix of sweet citrus with the peppery arugula.
Black Bean Couscous Salad Recipe
This delicious black bean couscous salad makes a great side for chicken or beef, but it's also hearty enough to stand alone as a simple dinner.
Panzanella Salad Recipe
This incredible panzanella salad tastes utterly delicious. It's full of seasonal produce you'll enjoy again and again!
Asian Nicoise Salad Recipe
Asian Nicoise Salad is the best healthy salad that you'll adore completely. Full of superfoods!
Winter Farro Salad Recipe
This winter farro salad brings healthy vegetables and grains to the cold months with tangy goat cheese, hearty farro and krispy kale.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts Quinoa Salad Recipe
Our roasted Brussels sprouts quinoa salad is a vegetarian side with a delightful dressing. It also makes a great lunch!
Quinoa Chicken Salad Recipe
Quinoa Chicken Salad is a delicious main or side that can be accustomed to fit your taste. Make it your own!
Fennel Orange Salad Recipe
This fennel orange salad is sweet, crunchy and full of flavor. Orange and mint come together with fennel to make this vibrant winter salad.
Winter Fruit Salad Recipe
Who says fruit salad is reserved for the summer?!? This recipe sets out to prove that theory wrong.
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