Spinach & a Green Blend Salad

Putting together yet another salad from a bag with spinach, greens & that purple stuff.  This time I added some strawberries along with something new called pecan & cranberry twist.  Topped it off with a drizzle of Olive Oil vinaigrette.  Picture1.29 3255I must say this was tasty.  I loved the topping of nuts, it also had raisins in it, oh so yummy.

It’s funny how I have made a lot of different salads in my life time, without thinking about what I put into them.  With this 30 day salad challenge I have looked at the green’s in a whole different way. I also stood in front of the dressing’s to see what I can come up with in a different flavor. Roasted tomato is put in many different dressings I noticed. Have you ever tried dressing with roasted tomatoes in it?  Is it worth putting on a salad?

I’m still behind in this challenge by a few days but, I must say I have learned a few things with the mixing of greens!

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4 thoughts on “Spinach & a Green Blend Salad

  1. I would never have thought to put strawberries with salad leaves, but I guess as black pepper works with them, a peppery-tasting leaf should too, right?

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    • I thought the same thing when a friend & I were talking about different salads. Funny how we can talk about salads like we talk about baking. The things we can do with green leaves is endless, who knew!

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  2. Roasted tomatoes, or roasted anything tastes AMAZING on any salad! Thanks for the reminder, I think I’ll pick up some extra veggies at the store this weekend and whip some up to throw onto my salads.

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