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8 Bright Salads To Beat The Winter Blues

After the holidays, January can feel like a gray, gloomy month. But a delicious, colorful salad is sure to lift your spirits. These recipes are so good you won’t even realize you’re eating healthy.

After the holidays, January can feel like a gray, gloomy month. But a delicious, colorful salad is sure to lift your spirits. These recipes are so good you won’t even realize you’re eating healthy.

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Fragrant spices, bright colors, sweet and savory flavors — this Moroccan salad is a feast for the senses. GET THE RECIPE

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Made with puréed fresh cranberries, this pretty-in-pink dressing will brighten any salad. I love it over mixed greens, sliced apples, toasted walnuts, and goat cheese. GET THE RECIPE

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This salad of oranges, grapefruits and juicy pomegranate seeds is the perfect antidote to all the overindulgence of the holidays — and it’s beautiful to boot. GET THE RECIPE

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Made with bulgur, fresh herbs, chopped vegetables, and buttery chickpeas, this Middle Eastern salad is like a bulked-up tabbouleh. Make it over the weekend and keep it in the fridge all week long for healthy lunches. GET THE RECIPE

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With shredded kale, crisp pancetta, tart apples, and crunchy pecans in a zingy maple vinaigrette, this winter salad ticks all the right taste buttons. GET THE RECIPE

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Always a crowd-pleaser, this delicious Asian slaw is a great way to eat your colors. Bonus: the recipe makes use of many of the prepared vegetables available at the supermarket today, like shredded coleslaw, grated carrots and shelled edamame. GET THE RECIPE

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This salad of sweet and smoky bell peppers topped with feta, pine nuts, basil and olives looks gorgeous on a platter and pairs perfectly with toasted pita bread. GET THE RECIPE

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Made with crisp power greens, toasted walnuts, chunks of Parmesan, and a lemony Dijon dressing — this salad tastes like a healthful, crunchy Caesar. Be prepared to love it, even if you’re not a kale or brussels sprouts person

 

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