Vegetarian Cobb Salad

Vegetarian Cobb Salad recipe full of protein and veggies

Have you ever had a salad for dinner that didn’t leave you feeling healthy, only hungry afterwards?  This vegetarian cobb salad recipe is the answer.  Besides having lots of yummy fresh vegetables, it also has protein-rich beans, eggs, and cheese to help fill you up and satisfy your cravings for a real meal.  Make just enough for yourself or for a crowd.  Put on more of the toppings you love, dont include the toppings you dont love.  Make this your favorite entree salad!

-Jessica

 

Lettuce
Spinach
Green onion
Carrot
Cucumber
Tomato
Bell Pepper

Corn
Olives
Avocado
Kidney Beans
Hard Boiled Eggs
Cheese (cheddar or bleu)
Dressing

 

MIX:  Mix lettuce and spinach.  Top with the rest!  Try dipping your fork into a side of dressing before stabbing your bite of salad.  It gives you the flavor without too much dressing

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Vegetarian Cobb Salad

  1. Hey guys :o)
    I found you on Fluster Buster’s link-up…your salad looks goooood! I especially love your cute little dancing carrot logo…the little things amuse me.

  2. Jeni says:

    This salad looks so yummy! I cannot wait for summer veggies! I found you over at the What’s Cooking Love link up!

  3. LOVE this salad idea! So healthy :)

  4. Looks delish! Nice to see you link up again!

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