Apple Peach Salad with Kale and Avocado

One of my favorite lunches from this week! This salad was perfection... so sweet and delicious.

Fruit in salad for me is almost always a must. It really helped me transition into liking salads at first... and then loving them like I do now! This one did not disappoint.

PUT FRUIT IN YOUR SALAD, GIRL. Video at the bottom of the recipe!

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Prep Time15 mins
 5 oz green curly kale or dinosaur kale [a few large handfuls]
 ¼ avocado
 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
 1 dash black pepper
 ¼ tsp ground ginger
 ½ clove garlic, chopped/minced
 4 romaine leaves [a couple handfuls chopped]
 1 medium apple, chopped
 1 peach, chopped
 ½ cup broccoli slaw
  cup chopped cucumber
 ¼ cup cooked chickpeas
  cup chopped sweet onion
 dried goji berries
1

Rinse and remove stems from kale. [If the kale variety isn't too bitter, freeze stems in plastic bag for smoothies, juicing, or chop super tiny and add to salad.]

2

Add fresh lemon juice, black pepper, ground ginger, and avocado and massage them into the bed of kale with your hands.

3

Chop the remainder of the vegetables and fruit and mix everything into the salad.

4

Top with dried goji berries.

Ingredients

 5 oz green curly kale or dinosaur kale [a few large handfuls]
 ¼ avocado
 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
 1 dash black pepper
 ¼ tsp ground ginger
 ½ clove garlic, chopped/minced
 4 romaine leaves [a couple handfuls chopped]
 1 medium apple, chopped
 1 peach, chopped
 ½ cup broccoli slaw
  cup chopped cucumber
 ¼ cup cooked chickpeas
  cup chopped sweet onion
 dried goji berries

Directions

1

Rinse and remove stems from kale. [If the kale variety isn't too bitter, freeze stems in plastic bag for smoothies, juicing, or chop super tiny and add to salad.]

2

Add fresh lemon juice, black pepper, ground ginger, and avocado and massage them into the bed of kale with your hands.

3

Chop the remainder of the vegetables and fruit and mix everything into the salad.

4

Top with dried goji berries.

Apple Peach Salad with Kale and Avocado
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    1. Mrs. Love Chard Post author

      This one is one! 🙂 I’ll do a video blog soon talking more about gourmet salads, the sizes, etc. The important thing is to not think of it as “serving sizes” but to have a large [1 pound-ish] salad as your main dish and fill up to satisfaction!

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