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Post-Thanksgiving Meal Makeovers: Delicious Salad Recipes


Did you eat a lot of carbs and sugar this past week? We know that we did. Not going to lie, we woke up this morning cravings fruits and vegetables. As a matter of fact, we are eating salads as this is being written up. A big salad full of kale, lettuces, brussels sprouts, seeds, dried fruit, and hard-boiled eggs, and it tastes AMAZING.

Kick start this week with some healthier eats that your body, skin, and mind will thank you for in a few days. Keep scrolling to see some delicious salads that you can toss together starting right now!

Shaved Brussels Sprouts With Pecorino and Walnuts


The New York Times shares this easy to create salad from the West Village restaurant, Buvette. It has only five ingredients and can be eaten on its own or as a side. To save time, just buy pre-shaved brussels sprouts.

Chicken Satay Salad


BBC Good Food has a mouthwatering recipe for a peanut satay sauced, chicken salad that is high in protein and flavor. If you have any extras, save them for the next day and use it in a wrap.

La Scala Inspired Chopped Salad


Foodie Crush has come up with a wonderful, marinated chick peas chopped salad based on one that is served at La Scala in Beverly Hills. In this salad there are yummy ingredients like chopped lettuce, salami, artichoke hearts, and of course, chick peas.

Skinny Greek Yogurt Broccoli Salad


Bless Her Heart Y’all features a delicious and light, broccoli salad recipe that is full of flavor. Raw broccoli is incredibly satisfying when you crunch into it. Pair it with bacon, Greek yogurt, walnuts, and red onion, and you have got yourself a winning recipe.

Joyce Huang

Joyce Huang is the CCO of Previous to this she was a fashion editor and stylist for national publications and television shows. Connect with her on Instagram @JoyceInNYC.

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