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11 Seasonal Spring Salads To Celebrate Fresh Produce

Eating seasonally is just one of the ways we can all reduce our carbon footprint, and even save some money in the process. Since Spring can be an unpredictable season in the garden, cold hardy vegetables and leafy greens are the star of the show this time of year.

You can expand the variety of seasonal produce available by incorporating some leftover winter vegetables. Carrots, beets, and even brassicas such as cauliflower and romanesco are a great way of adding more veggies to your diet during the cool spring months!

Seasonal Spring Salads

These 11 spring salads are a wonderful collection of recipes from some great food bloggers, showcasing everything from simple to exotic spring produce!

Starting with light, green leafy salads, and progressing to hearty winter vegetables, this collection of spring salads and dressings is sure to keep you eating seasonally and maybe even from just your own garden!

1.Wild Foraged Miners Lettuce Salad from Forest and Fauna

Miners lettuce spring salad


2. Miners Lettuce & Mizuna Salad from Diversivore


3.Shaved Asparagus Salad from Simply Fresh Dinners

Shaved Asparagus Spring Salad


4.French Country Salad from Mon Petit Four


5.Kale Chicken Ceaser Salad from Platings and Pairings


6.Minty, Pea, & Farro Salad from She Loves Biscotti

Minty Pea & Farro Spring Salad


7.Potato Salad with Asparagus from Maria Ushakova


8.Roasted Romanesco Salad from Killing Thyme

Roasted Romanesco Spring Salad


9.Roasted Beet and Onion Salad from Stacey Homemaker

Roasted Beet & Onion Spring Salad


10.French Carrot Salad from Nourish and Fete

French Carrot Spring Salad


11.Purple Sweet Potato Salad from Cinnamon & Coriander


By eating salads that use seasonal produce, and (preferably) local grown vegetables, you ensure you’re getting the freshest, and most nutritious food possible! Eat even better by making your own salad dressings and cutting out un-healthy preservatives! Try this simple Grapefruit Vinaigrette on any leafy green salad for an instant boost of Vitamin C and of course flavour!!

a glass bottle of grapefruit vinaigrette sitting on a wooden table top with a bowl of salad greens in the background.


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Spring is a great time to re-set your diet & start eating seasonally for a cleaner, healthier lifestyle. These 11 spring salads are the perfect place to start! @simplyfresh @forestandfauna @monpetitfour @Platingspairing @Loves_biscotti @MariaUshakova @killing__thyme @diversivore @homemakerstacey @nourishandfete @kikisurlechamp

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  1. Thank you for including my miners lettuce salad in this beautiful list! ❤️

    Pinning now, and will share with my readers next spring!

  2. Such a beautiful roundup! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. Gorgeous roundup Markus. They all look so appetizing. I am now ready for spring!

  4. Just love all the variety in these beautiful salads. Spring is certainly a time to celebrate fresh, green, crisp food. Beautiful collection! Thanks for including me. Sharing ????

  5. I never get tired of eating salads… so vibrant and great tasting… not to mention healthy! Great round-up, thanks for including mine 🙂 I’ve pinned a few to try… and now I am off to share.

  6. Gorgeous round-up — so much inspiration here for a healthy, colorful table! Thanks for including the French carrot salad — one of my all-time favorites. I can’t wait to try a bunch of the others!

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