This Confetti Kale Salad is so colourful and absolutely packed with vibrant seasonal ingredients and nutrients to help keep you healthy and well-nourished as we move into cooler weather!
Summer is still here, and so are meal salads like this Niçoise Salad with Salmon. Filled with delicious goodness straight from the garden, it is one of my go-to salads for a hearty lunch with the girls or a nice light dinner on the patio. And it is also gluten-free!
This Summer Squash Pasta Salad is the perfect lunch or dinner side dish to help beat the heat. The mix of yellow and green zucchini really makes the colours pop and is oh-so-pretty to look at!
Cherry season is here, and we’re busy celebrating like it’s nobody’s business. And by celebrating, I mean eating our weight in cherries! Starting with this healthy Cherry Kale Salad.
Potato salad is a staple at most family BBQ’s and this lightened up classic recipe for Creamy Dill Potato Salad is killer. Filled with fresh dill, grainy dijon and baby red potatoes it will leave your guests wanting seconds!
Spinach salads are a staple in our home, and I’m always looking for ways to mix them up! This Blueberry Spinach Salad made with Fresh Attitude Baby Spinach and tossed in a simple lemony vinaigrette is light and so refreshing: we promise it will be one that you make again and again.
Fruit salad is a brunch staple, so why not up your game a bit this year for your Mother’s Day brunch with this beautiful Citrus Kiwi Fruit Salad with a Honey Lime Vinaigrette? Heaven’s knows mom deserves it!
This pretty spring salad, dotted with edible flowers, is the perfect light way start to any brunch, lunch or dinner. You can add goat cheese to the salad or even some sautéed prawns should you wish.
Buckets of sweet ripe apricots are falling off of the trees in the Okanagan, desperately needing a home (pick me!). Our lovely neighbour brought over an entire flat of apricots the other day: I decided that I would make some into freezer jam and the rest into this fresh Minted Honey Apricot Couscous Salad. Keep…