The weather forecast for this week is looking as dull as ever. Grey skies and humid weather are what's in store for us Brits. Little Women want to brighten up your week with our favourite summer salad recipes. They're vibrant, colourful and full of all the good stuff!
Perfect to take to work, BBQs, have for dinner or as a side dish. This blog post will showcase some of our favourite summer salads.
Bursting with colour, flavour and veggies; this will be a new favourite come dinner time. With this recipe by health food blogger Deb, you can divulge in carbs without feeling guilty about it! Deb specialises in health-focused recipes that are creative and Weight Watcher friendly.
We love about this recipe because it's easy to make, exciting and under 300 calories! A winning dinner salad if I do say so myself.
Fresh, flavourful AND delicious?! That's music to our ears! This recipe from Cathy is quick and easy by only using four main ingredients. Cathy vouches on her blog that this is a go-to-summer-salad that is perfect for last-minute BBQs with family and friends.
The recipe for this salad comes with a method on how to make an accompanying homemade vinaigrette. Definitely one for the recipe board.
Getting bored of eating burgers and hot dogs at summer BBQs? This hydrating salad recipe from Jenny Sugar at Popsugar is one of the best ways to use those basic leftover veggies like cucumber at tomato.
Coming in at under 300 calories, Jenny promises that this salad will leave you feeling full satisfied and energised. If you ask us, we think this is a fantastic salad to take to work.
A beautiful salad that is going to be a favourite for you and your kids! It's the salad for all occasions; you can pair this dish with summer favourites such as pulled pork, BBQ chicken, even watermelon. Jaclyn's recipe allows for alterations so you can add in your favourite veg.
Simplicity at it's best. This is the salad you need to settle those comfort food cravings without ruining your summer diet.
Fun fact about kale salads: it's the only type of salad that can hold up and last in the fridge until the next day. Meaning they are perfect for work and great for making the night before. AKA, no more soggy salads!
Flavoursome and vibrant, we're sure you're going to love this recipe just as much as we did!
Try something different and take full advantage of the in season fruit. Made with fresh spinach greens, luscious strawberries, toasted pecans and red onions, this sweet and tangy salad is a definite crowd pleaser!
We suggest serving this as a side salad alongside cold meats such as ham, chicken or turkey.
We've also pinned these recipes and others onto our Pinterest board here if you want to explore more options.