When you talk about salads, you automatically think they are healthy, right? Well, they are healthier than main meals that’s for sure. But, what’s even healthier are the vegan salad recipes we’re sharing today.
They are fresh, meat free and perfect for light dinners at home.
All you need is fresh produce from your local grocery store or farmer’s market, beyond the drive to actually shop for the items and prep them.
No need for you to spend the extra buck buying commercialized and profit margin made salads. Try these instead!
Vegan Salad Recipes for Light Dinners
Thai Salad with Sesame Dressing
A mixture of kale, cilantro, edamame, carrots and cashews, this light thai salad is packed with fiber and looks like a bowl of rainbows. The evenly flavored sweet and tangy dressing is just the perfect topper to vegan salad recipes!
Get the full recipe here.
Berry Orange Spinach Salad
Combining fruits and vegetables in one bowl is hitting two birds with one stone. You get the nutrients from both with less amount of work. Plus, the bitter taste of the spinach with the sweetness and tang of the fruits is a power punch combo!
See the full recipe here.
Mediterranean Mustard Potato Salad
An all-time favorite and is a staple in most American homes. Given a twist, this potato salad is perfect if you want a heavier yet healthy dinner. Though there’s added prep time to cook the potatoes, it’s still worth every second of waiting!
Grab the recipe here!
Strawberry Spinach Salad
You can definitely skip the cheese if you don’t eat dairy. It would still taste as good and your heart will be happy. If strawberries are in season, give strawberry incorporated vegan salad recipes a try!
Try this recipe here!
Avocado Black Bean Corn Salad
You didn’t think we’d end this post without including the ever-popular fruit, avocado, right? If you fancy something with a Mexican feel, try this one. It’s colorful, citrus flavored and rich in fiber.
Full recipe here!
That’s five easy and simple vegan salad recipes to tide you over on weeknights. Let loose a bit on weekends and consider them cheat days! After a hard week’s work, you deserve the joy of eating somewhat unhealthier food.