Winter Breeze Salad - Dietetic Directions - Dietitian and Nutritionist in Kitchener/Waterloo
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Winter Breeze Salad

Winter Breeze Salad

In the frigid winter months we can depend on having fresh fruits imported at reasonable prices and still packed with flavour.  Here is a simple recipe that uses readily available winter fruits and greens!

Serves: 4

Prep time: 15 minutes



4 cups of fresh greens (I used half spinach and half romaine lettuce)

1 orange (peeled and sliced into chunks)

1 cup blackberries

2 Tbsp craisins or dried cranberries

2 Tbsp slivered almonds, unsalted


2 Tbsp olive oil to coat salad

1 Tbsp balsamic vinegar

salt to taste



1.    Clean lettuce leaves thoroughly in cold water

2.    Combine ingredients into a salad bowl

3.    Add oil and vinegar dressing to salad mix

4.    Toss salad and enjoy!