Roasted Sweet Potato & Brussels Sprouts Salad with Cinnamon Balsamic Dressing is a shockingly flavorful filling salad loaded with all sorts of goodies! Roasted veggies, avocado, red onion, feta cheese, sunflower seeds, and dried cranberries come together with the cinnamon balsamic dressing in an amalgamation of fall bliss!
Keto Fudgesicles made with a secret ingredient for a healthier take on the childhood favorite. These easy-to-prepare fudge popsicles are rich, creamy, and sugar-free.
Steak Salad with strawberries, blueberries, avocado, feta cheese, pumpkin seeds, onion, and herby delicious dressing to make you swoon. This incredibly delicious salad recipe is engineered to feed three people comfortably as an entrée.
Strawberry Spinach Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing, avocado, roasted almonds, red onion, 6-minute jammy egg, and feta cheese is famously delicious! An epic crowd-pleaser, this salad is great for any summer gathering.
Shredded Beef Tacos Salad with Cilantro-Lime Dressing, mango salsa, avocado, queso fresco and more makes for a vibrant, fun, delicious festive meal. The tender shredded beef comes together easily in the pressure cooker (or slow cooker), and is saturated with amazing flavor!
My current favorite salad recipe with roasted chicken, spring greens, avocado, pumpkin seeds, pecans, carrot, heirloom tomato, and green onion, all swaddled in Caesar salad dressing. This easy-to-assemble meal is incredibly satiating and loaded with nutrients!
Sesame Turkey Avocado Chopped Salad combines delicious fresh vegetables with sliced turkey and an amazing homemade sesame ginger dressing for a crunchy salad that’s loaded with goodies. Whip it up for lunch or dinner on repeat!
Grain-free crispy Baked Avocado Fries made paleo and keto friendly! Post includes instructions for Air Fryer! A healthy snack or appetizer!
Low-Carb Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls made with winter squash for a keto-friendly burrito treat. Top these beauties with your favorite toppings for a comforting dinner. If you a.) love spaghetti squash, b.) enjoy a good burrito situation, c.) enjoy a whole food and/or low-carb lifestyle, or d.) any combination of the aforementioned, then these Spaghetti …
Easy Salmon Poke Bowls with Crab Salad, seaweed salad, brown rice, and avocado. These delicious bowls are packed with flavor and give you a marvelous sushi experience in the comfort of your own home!
If you’re into raw fish and haven’t tried making poke bowls at home, I assure you, the process is easy and fun!
The only complicated part about making poke bowls is finding the best source for sushi-grade fish near you. Once you find a supplier of sushi-grade fish, the rest is smooth sailing!
I encourage you to read my Salmon Poke Recipe post before proceeding with these poke bowls, as it gives you everything you need to know about making poke safely and deliciously at home.
My favorite poke bowl ingredients are salmon poke, crab salad (which I make homemade using real crab from a jar), seaweed salad (which I buy from my seafood supplier), steamed white or brown rice, and avocado. I like topping it off with sesame seeds and sometimes some green onion.
There is plenty of room for adaptation here, so you can use this as inspiration for all your poke adventures!
Let’s dig a little deeper!
What is a Poke Bowl?:
Poke Bowls are big bowls of sushi-grade fish marinated in a tasty sauce with rice, and all sorts of add-ins depending on your personal taste. Poke bowls typically include one to 3 different types of fish or seafood, pickled cucumbers or ginger, edamame, mango, avocado, and a couple of different sauces.
Let’s talk more about these ingredients!
Herby Greek Chicken Salad with baked chicken, spinach, avocado, red onion,pine nuts, and an amazing Greek salad dressing. This fresh and flavorful dinner salad recipe is a filling, clean meal worthy of putting on repeat!
The good news is, this spinach salad is cool, crisp and refreshing on a hot summer’s day (not to mention super nutritious and filling!).
The bad news is…we must cook chicken. From a scientific standpoint, this does require heat.
I don’t make up the rules. Nor do I often follow them.
But the good news is (part two), the chicken is crazy tender and lovely, and can just as easily be grilled or baked…pick your passion!
AND the good news is (part three) this salad is CRAZY herby and will take you away on a mental vacation to the beautiful Mediterranean.
At first glance, this recipe appears to call for eleventy billion ingredients; however, you’ll notice many of them are herbs or spices for the salad dressing and the chicken marinade, many of which cross-over to both the dressing and the marinade.
AND most of which you likely already have in your spice collection!
Don’t worry, the process is easy – it’s a 3-stepper.
- Make the dressing
- Marinate and bake the chicken (okay, that’s two steps, but three always sounds more enticing than four).
- Assemble the salad.
Here’s how this plays out in detail: