Dilly Chickpea and Radish Salad by Mina Goodman, RDN Nutrition EducatorThis tangy, light and very healthful salad is beautiful to look at and present at the next meal gathering. Perfect for outdoor potlucks and picnics. I usually make this the night before or at least the morning of so the flavors have a chance to incorporate into the vegetable.Shrimp Ceviche by Nicole Vaudrin, RDN Nutrition EducatorLight and fresh, there is nothing like a bowl of ceviche as a light meal. Go the traditional route and let the citrus "cook” the shrimp, or use pre-cooked shrimp for those that are a bit more cautious with food safety. Either way, you'll get a complete meal packed with plenty of protein, fiber and healthy fats along with some amazing nutrients like vitamin c that may help improve skin elasticity and stimulate collagen production. Kale Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes by Rhyan Geiger, RDNKale, a super-nutrient, is slightly cooked in this warm salad which allows the dressing to seep into the leaves adding tons of flavor. Add roasted sweet potatoes and a few other healthful ingredients and you have an amazing salad that stands alone or can be served as a side. Quinoa and Black Bean Salad by Brandon Bolton, RDNWhether you are vegetarian or just looking for a healthy meal, we've got you covered with this delicious and nutritious Quinoa and Black Bean Salad that's packed with plenty of protein and fiber to help keep you feeling fuller longer. Easy to make ahead and store in containers for those days you're on the go. Spinach Apricot Salad with Blue Cheese by Mina Goodman, RDNThis salad starts with spinach, a super nutrient that is mild and compliments tangy slices of dried apricots, another amazing fruit for it's health benefits. Add some cashews for a crunch and much needed protein and top with a few sliced grapes and tangy blue cheese and you have yourself a delicious healthful salad that is great all year long!Pomegranate Kale Salad by Mina Goodman, RDNThis salad is full of super food nutrients. Kale's hardy curly leaves, sweetened by orange slices and a burst of juice that comes from the pomegranate seeds makes this dish craveable for kale lovers and those who are unsure of the super green.
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