Best Salads for a Post-Thanksgiving Detox
We urge you not to feel bad about indulging in all the delicious dishes this past thanksgiving. We’ve got the perfect post-Thanksgiving detox salad recipes that will set you right again. When it comes to overeating, you must keep the holiday eating to the actual holidays. It’s a slippery slope, but you can come back from it. Your Black Friday menu should not look like the one from Thanksgiving day. Let other people eat the leftovers while you try these delicious salads.
Fresh spinach leaves are tossed with walnuts, goat cheese, and cranberries. Drizzle with poppy seed dressing for a perfect touch. Join us for lunch and try our spinach salad off our lunch menu.
Fresh baby spinach
Sliced toasted walnuts
A traditional leafy beauty that will con any non-salad eater into trying the greens with the tease of chicken Milanese, bacon, and eggs. Don’t wanna make it yourself at Caffe Strega; we have cobb salad on our menu.
Add a nice Autumn twist with butternut squash, acorn squash, gala apples, dried cherries, and walnut halves.
Baked chicken breast
Mixed salad greens (romaine, radicchio, and arugula)
Traditional Greek salad is made with cherry tomatoes, cucumber, kalamata olives, thinly sliced red onion, and feta cheese. Greek salad, it’s probably everyone’s top salad. Especially considering this Mediterranean salad barely takes 15 minutes to prepare.
You can never have too many salad recipes. Eat well the other 29 days of November with these healthy recipes. Stop by Caffe Strega for lunch, and we will do all the cooking.