Turkey Harvest Salad
Many people think eating clean is about preparing every little item with your own hands. However, that’s not realistic in the real world. There is work, family, kids, school, sports and just life that prevents you from standing in the kitchen, washing and chopping your own veggies for an hr. Today we are going to make one of my favorite fall salads, a combination of Brussels sprouts, turkey and dried cranberries. This salad that we are about to make uses pre-prepared items! Another great thing about this salad is that brussels sprouts are plentiful in the fall and many supermarkets sells it shredded in the produce department. What is also nice is that Brussels sprouts are more filling than your tender baby greens. Let’s get started!
- 1 cup sliced Brussels sprouts
- 1 cup of cole slaw mix or (1/2 cup cole slaw:1/2 cup kale mix)
- 6 slices of turkey (I used Boars Head All Natural Turkey, it’s GF, Nitrate Free, No MSG and No Preservatives.)
- 1 medium gala apple (diced)
- 1 TBS of dried cranberries
- 1 TBS of raw pumpkin seeds
- 1 TBS of Jenny’s Poppy Dressing or Low Fat GF Dressing of your choice.
- Combine the Brussels sprouts and cole slaw mix together with the dressing.
- Add pink sea salt and cracked pepper to taste and serve the dressed green in a bowl.
- Take the turkey and cut it up into bite size pieces.
- Topped the dressed greens with the cut up turkey and the apples.
- Next step is to add the dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds on to the salad.
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