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Spinach Salads

Looking for recipes for spinach salads? Taste of Home has the best spinach salads recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Ruth Haywood’s colorful Strawberry-Bacon Spinach Salad is sweet and crunchy with a tangy dressing. “I made this recipe for our prayer group, and everyone enjoyed it,” Ruth writes from Lake Charles, Louisiana.
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Simple Spinach Salad

Simple Spinach Salad

Simple Spinach Salad

This lovely spinach salad is tossed with chopped cucumber, broccoli, mushrooms and raisins. Sent in by Glenna Petersen of Wellsville, Utah, its coated in a sweet homemade dressing that's very tasty. TIP: “For variation, substitute red and green grapes for the spinach,” Glenna advises.

Spinach Salad with Raspberries & Candied Walnuts

Spinach Salad with Raspberries & Candied Walnuts

Spinach Salad with Raspberries & Candied Walnuts

I created a bright spinach salad with raspberries for Christmas dinner. Even those who turn up their nose at spinach change their mind at first bite. —Lory Aucelluzzo, Simi Valley, CA

Spinach Slaw

Spinach Slaw

Spinach Slaw

Served with rolls or homemade bread, this slaw's hearty enough to be a main course, it's also a great side dish—my family especially likes it accompanying steak and corn on the cob. It tastes good with ribs besides. Even people who don't enjoy cabbage like it prepared this way. (I know...my husband, Glen, is one of them!) The honey's sweetness helps with that. Glen works for our local police department, and I work for the fire department. We have a pair of sons, 19 and 6, an
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Cranberry-Almond Spinach Salad for Two

Cranberry-Almond Spinach Salad for Two

Cranberry-Almond Spinach Salad for Two

This spinach salad from Angela Bottger of Foster City, California combines healthy ingredients like cranberries and almonds to create a side you can feel good about.

Watermelon Spinach Salad

Watermelon Spinach Salad

Watermelon Spinach Salad

Dark green spinach leaves provide a rich backdrop for brilliant raspberries, cubed watermelon and sliced almonds in this eye-appealing salad. The light vinaigrette is the perfect way to dress up summer's finest produce.

Fruited Spinach Salad

Fruited Spinach Salad

Fruited Spinach Salad

I had a similar salad in a restaurant and thought it was great, so I came up with this recipe to prepare at home. I love the way the light, sweet dressing tops the refreshing salad ingredients. — Kate Reynolds, Seattle, Washington

Grandma's Spinach Salad

Grandma's Spinach Salad

Grandma's Spinach Salad

This was my grandma’s favorite salad. It’s colorful and has a sweet-sour blend to tempt any taste buds. Even my kids like it (don’t tell them spinach is good for them)! With the increasing popularity of spinach, more farmers in our state are growing this crop than ever before.

Cranberry Pecan Spinach Salad

Cranberry Pecan Spinach Salad

Cranberry Pecan Spinach Salad

I came across this recipe one year when I was looking for a special salad for the holidays. —Deb Murata, Carmichael, California

Strawberry-Orange Spinach Salad with Toasted Walnuts

Strawberry-Orange Spinach Salad with Toasted Walnuts

Strawberry-Orange Spinach Salad with Toasted Walnuts

Here’s a colorful salad packed full of flavor. Toasted walnuts add texture and crunch. —Mary Buford Shaw, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

Warm Bacon Spinach Salad

This was what the Pennsylvania Germans called "wilted salad". It was one of the first recipes I was taught to make. When the dressing is warm, I pour it over the greens and set it aside while I prepare the rest of the meal. The heat wilts the greens, which are still slightly warm when served. -Patty Kile, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.

Special Spinach Salad

Special Spinach Salad

Special Spinach Salad

I always get compliments when I serve this refreshing salad during the holidays. The creamy dressing is perfect with the colorful cranberries and crunchy nuts. —Laurene Hunsicker, Canton, Pennsylvania
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