Food Fashion and Flow: The Most Amazing Green Salad Ever   

Saturday, July 14, 2012

The Most Amazing Green Salad Ever

Clean eating is essential to a long healthy life, but sometimes clean eating is a challenge. The key to living healthy is finding that balance between enjoying the foods you love and making the foods that are good for you fun and interesting. Green salads do not have to be boring. With the right ingredients, a green salad bursts with flavor!

Green salads are a great way to eat a nutritious meal and get lots of great antioxidants. A green salad is intriguing when you add a bounty of fresh green fruit.  This salad was created in my kitchen with fresh ingredients I had in my kitchen from a recent visit to the farmers market.  Romaine lettuce, honeydew melon, green apple and kiwi with a honey lime dressing and lime jello bits make this a delicious and very nutritious salad. Sweet, tart and 
absolutely sublime.

Clean eating does not have to be boring

Fresh Kiwi is amazing in a green salad

Green Grapes 
Granny Smith Green Apples
Honeydew Melon
Romaine Lettuce
Lime Jello

Dressing Ingredients
Juice of two limes (about 1/3 cup)
1/3 cup honey
1 tablespoon finely chopped mint (8 to 10 large leaves)

Wash and dry fruit, romaine lettuce and put aside. Prepare lime jello per instructions on package and pour liquid into ice cube tray or any type of small jello molds.  Let jello set.

In a small bowl whisk the lime juice, honey, and mint together. Drizzle over fruit and romaine lettuce and toss lightly. Add lime jello pieces into the salad.  Serve Chilled.

Do you like to add fruit to your green salads?

Granny Smith Apples add a great tart, crunchy element to salads

Going green is easy when it tastes so fresh and delicious!

Live Long, Indulge in things that are good to you and food for you. Bon Appetit!


Paris said...

I love fruit in my salad, and kiwi sounds delicious!!


Inggrid Monalita said...

great post! you have a fab blog:))
come by and lets fllw each other if you love to do yaa!

GirlieBlogger@Beauty Fashion Blog Seattle said...

Yum. All those greens look so refreshing.
Beauty, Fashion and Seattle

oomph. said...

This looks really, REALLY, good! I occasionally put fruits in my salads. I love the mix of things you have in this green one. Definitely not boring!


Julia said...

That looks absolutely delicious. I love kiwi!

Nikell said...

I usually add grapes or apples to my green salads. But I've never tried kiwi or honeydew, I'll have to try it out. (^_^)

Ticka said...

This salad looks super yummy!! I don't usually like fruit in my salads, but I may have to try this one!

RedTagChicLosAngeles said...

This is so mouth-watering....thanks for the inspiration!


Julie Khuu said...

Kiwi in the salad?! Ingenious mama! All my fave super foods in one scrumptious summer bowl! Totally bookmarking this for today's always come up with the freshest ideas!

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Gail and Rhoda said...

What a great looking salad! I love fruit in my salad but have never tried kiwi, I will now! Thanks -Rhoda

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the chilicool said...

Delicious dear!!!




Francesca Romana Capizzi said...

I think I'll love this salad!

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Emmy said...

This looks so refreshing, LV:) I'm craving it now!

Fashion Pad said...

Omg this is so Yummy and I'm looking for new fun ways to prepare fresh ingredients! Thx diva!

Miss Dre said...

LV, this looks so delicious! I love how you incorporated the fruit (especially two of my faves- kiwi and honeydew melon) into the salad. I will be stealing this recipe from you and using it this week ;-)

Your food (as well as your fashion & flows) always inspires me! Thanks for sharing, darling!

Maureen @ Orgasmic Chef said...

I often put citrus or other fruit in my salads but I've never put kiwi in there. It's easy to grow here too so they're not expensive. I must try this soon.

Bravoe Runway said...

I've never had kiwi in a salad! I'll have to try this out!

test said...

Now that looks yummy!

Inez said...

Whoops test is me, I was logged in under the wrong account. :)

MissKroberts said...

Yes, clean eating is essential and can taste very very good!!! Great post!!

Marina {Yummy Mummy) said...

Yum! I love all the green here! Gorgeous, yummy, and healthy. My favorite combo.

LV said...

Hi loves! I am glad you all like this recipe:-) If you make it, let me know how it works out for you!

Sheree said...

you just reminded me how much I love husband is at the store now..must go call and tell him to get!
kisses from NY

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. said...

What a gorgeous salad and I can't think of anything more refreshing and summer delightful in this sweltering heat! Wonderful.

Oh to Be a Muse said...

I see grapes, kiwis and apples...I'm sold!

C.D. Beatrice Clay said...

I swear I was created to eat clean whole and GREEN! Great post! I am encourage to resume my 90% whole clean eating. The energy that you get when you fuel your body with clean food is AMAZING.

Lagelle said...

sounds so yummy & looks delish!


Cherrie J. said...

OMG!! This salad looks sooo yummy! Thank you for sharing! :)


victory said...

I enjoy fruit in my salad, too. This salad looks delicious. I've never tried this combination.

Tavia Mac said...

Oooh this looks sooooooo good! The granny smith is my fave apple and I love green grapes. I have been murdering the Wendy's berry and almond salad as if late. I have it at least twice a Then it occurred to me that I could make it myself. I was one never to put fruit in my salad until recent so it really never occurred to me...duh. Well, I made it and it was good! Now I will try this soon. Thanks for the recipe!


Sing said...

Very interesting, I'm down with it.

LA Lynn's said...

Whew… that SALAD looks very inviting! Your pictures are ALWAYS so beautiful… what kind of camera do you use?

Ashley said...

This looks delish. Almost looks good to juice. Although I don't know if lettuce can be juiced lol.
Love how clear your photos are.

Eboni said...

mmmm yum! I could see the kiwi being an amazing tomato substitute. I may have to try this...don't usually like sweet salads, but this looks delicious!

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