The Best Salad Recipes


Sometimes you can’t beat a delicious salad recipe. Today, I’ve round up a few of my favorite salad recipes. Whether they are a full meal or a side dish, there’s something you’re bound to love.

I hope you enjoy this little collection. I will definitely be trying several, if not all, of these recipes. They sound so delicious!

The Best Salad Recipes:

Broccoli, Grape, and Pasta Salad via Southern Living
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Chicken Salad with Apricots and Almonds via Whole Living
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BLT Macaroni Salad via Inspired by Charm

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Zucchini Ribbon Salad via Proud Italian Cook
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Black Bean Salad with Lime-Cilantro Vinaigrette via Once Upon a Chef
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Cranberry Pecan Chicken Salad via Plum Pie Cooks

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More Delicious Salad Recipes:

Grilled Romaine Salad via Serious Eats

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Avocado Wasabi Salad via Vegan Yum-Yum
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Light Buffalo Chicken Salad via Ptit Chef
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Salad in Jar via 4 Men 1 Woman
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Autumn Chopped Salad via Espresso and Cream
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Cheese and Onion Salad with Creamy Herb Dressing via Jamie Oliver
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Wedge Salad with Smoky Blue Cheese Dressing via Cheeky Kitchen
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Baby Spinach with Butternut Squash, Gorgonzola and Cherries via Skinny Taste
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Copy Cat Olive Garden Salad Dressing via The Country Cook
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What do you think? See any new or must try salad recipes? Which one looks the most appealing to you? Any other amazing salad recipes I should know about? Let me know!



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  • Laura at Ms. Smartie Pants at

    Lovely! I actually made the autumn salad this year for Thanksgiving, it was a hit and will become a tradition and I have made the chicken apricot but used mandarin oranges. But there are many more here I want to give a try, thanks!

  • Susan @ at

    OOps! I mean thank you for the salad recipes and I am following you on Pinterest… #750,000 and one! LOL

  • Dee at

    The Black Bean Salad definitely and probably the chicken salad. They all sound AWESOME, but those two went into my future file. Thanks for posting the links.

  • Melissa at

    Lovely choices! They all look delish! I love all your pins as well. You can tell that you really make thoughtful choices when pinning:0)

  • Charlene Austin at

    Weren’t you supposed to tell us how you got so many followers?

  • Susan Lynn, Insomniac in the House at

    Congrats on your followers (I would be one of the many)… and I’m board with Operation 20 lbs! Except I’m trying to do it by the end of April!!! #Imscrewedbutdoingitanyway!

  • Liz at

    Wow! Fabulous! I will be trying them all, thanks!

  • moonglitter at

    I’ve been looking for some new great salad recipes! Thanks you!!

  • slip4 at

    I am a sucker for chicken salad recipes! Now I need to start trying some of them πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous at

    wowie! congratulations on all of the followers! it couldn’t happen to a nicer person! ALL of these salads look divine!!! thanks! sharon

  • Chloe at

    Those salads look so good! I just nabbed that grape, broccoli, tomato pasta salad from Pinterest and made it last night (minus the grapes, plus some kalamata olives)! It looks like spring is getting everyone in the mood for some warm-weather eats. πŸ™‚ Thanks for rounding up a bunch of delicious looking salads! I’m excited to try some of these other ones!

  • Kim @ NewlyWoodwards at

    That black bean salad looks right up our alley at the Woodwards. Thanks for sharing.

  • Ali Richardson at

    Seriously!!?? You are the guru of Pinterest! Awesome!!! Yummy salads πŸ™‚

  • Sara at

    Wow! That’s a lot of followers. I tried the broccoli, grape pasta salad after seeing it on pinterest. It was very good.

  • Chris Hanisco at

    This is so weird! I found your blog through another friend’s post – and I was like, “Oh! I know Michael!!” LOL! So happy for you! I also love your taste! I mean, you loved Dippy Chick so of course you have good taste. πŸ˜‰

  • Rachel at

    Im always hunting for salad recipes and now Ive found some awesome recipes all in one place. So convenient for the time starved. THANK YOU.

  • Maureen Cracknell Handmade at

    Thank you for sharing these!! You always share the most wonderful baked deserts and unfortunately I can’t eat gluten! LOVE the salads!! πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous at

    I want to eat all these salads! There aren’t enough meals in the day!

  • The Country Cook at

    Michael – so great to “meet” ya!! Thank you so very much for featuring the Olive Garden salad dressing. I’m so glad you did so I could find my way to your little corner (kinda big corner actually) of the internet. LOVing your site and your inn – really inspiring!! Oh and Operation 20lbs! haha – Lord knows I have been on Operation 20 lbs for 20 years, but mine should be Operation 30 lbs…lol.

  • Anonymous at

    Love, love your blog, Michael! I’ve been following you on Pinterest for a while, also. You inspire me all the time. Keep those wonderful things coming!! Bonnie

  • Ellie Maggie at

    Chicken salad with apricot and almonds AND Cranberry pecan chicken salad are my favourites! I’ve just found your blog and you on Pinterest and I’m sooooo glad that I did. You come across as such a lovely man. Oh, I also want to say thanks for the Olive Garden recipe because when we had our honeymoon in the USA (we’re from the UK) we had a special meal in Olive Garden – you reminded me of that time πŸ™‚
    Thanks, Ellie Maggie x

  • Anonymous at

    love, love, love!

  • Lita at

    Wow! all these salads look scrumptious! definitely I will follow your blog.

  • Cat at

    I posted a recipe yesterday…

    Supposedly once potatoes are cooked and cooled they are better for you! (from a carbs to protein point of view.) Also the store-bought mayo sold here in France is fantastic! Otherwise I recommend making your own!

    I could eat any of the salads you listed every day!


  • Jema Watts at

    So glad I found you. Amazing salads. Can’t wait to explore the rest of your blog.

  • Kelly JS at

    Can’t wait to explore the rest. Found you on….Pinterest. YUMMY!

  • valcookie at

    Do you actually make this salads or just copy them from other websites?

  • valcookie at

    I hope you approve the message, because it is weird that you post pictures and ideas from other sources.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Thanks for your message! These are just salads that look delicious to me. I used to have a feature on my blog where I’d share a collection of some of my favorite things I found via Pinterest. This was one of those features.


  • Norma at


    I have to say you do deserve the recognition as being the most followed on Pinterest. I love your posts! Keep it up!!

  • shiva platters Fort Lauerdale at

    All of these really appear to be so delicious. Right this moment, I am just craving for a chicken salad! I am most excited to try the chicken salad with apricots and almonds, and that cranberry pecan chicken salad. Thank you for sharing all these recipes!

  • Fran at

    it’s so frustrating to come here from Pinterest just to be redirected to a dead link πŸ™

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