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Favorite Fall Salads

A roundup of ten amazing fall salad recipes to try...

With the onset of some cooler temperatures, I automatically begin craving comfort foods. But I’m trying my hardest to keep salads a part of my daily diet as fall creeps in. I’ve put together a round up of some of my absolute favorite fall salads. These salad recipes come from some of my go-to food blogs like Love and Lemons, Oh She Glows, The Clever Carrot and The Blue and White Kitchen.

These favorite fall salads are not only delicious, but beautiful too! I love how roasted squash looks against the gorgeous green of arugula and the pop of berries and apples. Enjoy these favorite salad recipes! –Melissa

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A roundup of ten amazing fall salad recipes to try...

Warm Squash Salad with Apricot and Manchego Salad from the Clever Carrot

Ten Favorite Fall Salads to try!

Warm Chevre Salad from My Blue & White Kitchen

Grilled Peach Salad - Favorite Fall Salad Recipes to try

Grilled Peach and Sweet Potato Salad from Drool Worthy

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Beet and Orange Salad from the Flourishing Foodie

The flavors of fall in these favorite Fall Salad Recipes!

Chipotle Apple Sweet Potato Salad from Love and Lemons

Favorite fall salads to try like this Sweet Potato Wheatberry Salad recipe

Sweet Potato Wheatberry Salad from Love and Lemons

The best fall salad recipes to try like this Fall Detox Salad!

Fall Detox Salad from Oh She Glows

The best salads to try for fall like this autumn arugula salad.

Autumn Arugula Salad from How Sweet It Is

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Kale Quinoa Salad with Ginger Curry Vinaigrette from the Clever Carrot

Favorite Salads to try for fall!

Kale Salad with Sauteed Apples from Brooklyn Supper

Favorite Fall Salads to try!

Mediterranean Kale Salad from Lulu the Baker




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  1. NameMelissa says:

    Thanks for including my salad in this amazing group!!

  2. They all look delicious! I love acorn squash but never thought to use it in a salad! Great tip! Thanks…

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