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Waldorf Salad

Make a classic waldorf salad that uses ingredients like turkey, cheese, brocolli, pineapple, cranberries, fennel, tuna, cabbage, peanuts, lentils, dates, walnuts, raisins, cherries and more.

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Ambrosia Waldorf Salad

Ambrosia Waldorf Salad

Ambrosia Waldorf Salad

A light, lovely pink salad, this recipe puts a different spin on traditional Waldorf salad. It is super served with roast turkey or baked ham. People always go back for seconds. My family didn't think they liked cranberries until they tried this sweet crunchy salad. -Janet Smith, Smithton, Missouri

Cherry Waldorf Salad

Cherry Waldorf Salad

Cherry Waldorf Salad

Field editor Marie Hattrup combines apples with cherries and cranberries to give a new twist to the classic Waldorf salad.

Creamy Waldorf Salad

Creamy Waldorf Salad

Creamy Waldorf Salad

Things don't get much easier than preparing this pleasantly dressed fruit salad from Linda Stateler of Ottumwa, Iowa. Crunchy apples and nuts contrast nicely with juicy grapes and chewy raisins.
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Easy Waldorf and Raisin Salad

Easy Waldorf and Raisin Salad

Easy Waldorf and Raisin Salad

This appealing recipe puts a healthy spin on classic Waldorf salad. Crunchy apples, celery and pecans, juicy pineapples and chewy raisins are dressed with reduced-fat mayonnaise and sour cream. Janice Smith of Cynthiana, Kentucky suggests serving the salad in a lettuce-lined bowl.

Waldorf Salad for Two

Waldorf Salad for Two

Waldorf Salad for Two

THE PEAR and hint of orange are a nice surprise in this salad. It's a little different than traditional Waldorf salad and always brings rave reviews. The colorful combination of crunchy, fresh ingredients complements any meal. -Mildred Cummings, Cincinnati, Ohio

Blue Cheese Waldorf Salad

Blue Cheese Waldorf Salad

Blue Cheese Waldorf Salad

A dash of cayenne adds zip to this classic cool and crispy salad. “Blue cheese provides extra richness,” notes Renee Aupperle of Lititz, Pennsylvania. “It’s great for a buffet; everyone who tries it loves it.”

Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Cranberries grow in the coastal area about 50 miles from our home. When they become available at Thanksgiving, I always make this lovely holiday salad. —Faye Huff, Longview, Washington

Waldorf Salad with Blue Cheese

Waldorf Salad with Blue Cheese

Waldorf Salad with Blue Cheese

Blue cheese perks up this version of a classic. Serve over lettuce leaves for a great lunch dish. Deborah Williams — Peoria, Arizona

Broccoli Waldorf Salad

Broccoli Waldorf Salad

Broccoli Waldorf Salad

This salad is as easy to prepare as it is to eat! A colorful combination of apples, raisins and pecans jazzes up broccoli florets in this summery side dish. Its tangy-sweet flavor makes it a standout at company picnics and church potlucks.

Waldorf Lentil Salad

Waldorf Lentil Salad

Waldorf Lentil Salad

Here's a delicious way to get fiber-rich lentils into your diet. "This salad includes something I discovered years ago: a touch of ground cloves," notes Lily Julow of Lawrenceville, Georgia. "It does amazing things for lentils!"

Wild Rice Waldorf

Wild Rice Waldorf

Wild Rice Waldorf

I used to live in Minnesota, where a lot of wild rice is grown. The addition of wild rice to this salad gives it a robust flavor.
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