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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.

Crisp Waldorf Salad

Crisp Waldorf Salad

Crisp Waldorf Salad

This crunchy salad is a perfect side to accompany a heavy meal. With it's light and crisp flavors, it'll be the hit of the party.—Susan R Falk, Eastpointe, Michigan

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

Berry Waldorf Salad

Berry Waldorf Salad

Berry Waldorf Salad

My family and I love this berry salad. The cardamom lends a slightly exotic flavor, while tart cranberries keep the dressing from being too sweet. —Carolyn Johns, Lacey, Washington
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Celebration Waldorf Salad

Celebration Waldorf Salad

Celebration Waldorf Salad

This is a great dish for Thanksgiving or Christmas. A variation of this can be made with dried cherries instead of the cranberries.—Susan McDonald, Germantown, Tennessee

Sweet Potato Waldorf Salad

Sweet Potato Waldorf Salad

Sweet Potato Waldorf Salad

I came up with this recipe when I promised to bring a potato salad to a picnic but had no regular potatoes on hand. The sweet potatoes were there, so I revised by regular potato salad recipe and a new dish was born! Adding the apples was an extra touch and everybody loved it.

Wasabi-Salmon Waldorf Salad

Wasabi-Salmon Waldorf Salad

Wasabi-Salmon Waldorf Salad

Looking to give a twist to typical Waldorf salad, I created this recipe featuring salmon, bacon and wasabi horseradish mayonnaise. It makes a hearty lunch salad.

Honeyed Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Honeyed Cranberry Waldorf Salad

Honeyed Cranberry Waldorf Salad

A touch of honey gives this simple salad a bit of sweetness while chopped apple and celery provide crunch. Best of all, it takes mere minutes to toss together for a quick lunch or side dish.—Barbara McFeters, Aurora, Oregon

Cabbage Waldorf Salad

Cabbage Waldorf Salad

Cabbage Waldorf Salad

I like this recipe because it combines the tastes of Waldorf salad and coleslaw. It's great for picnics and potlucks.

Raisin-Walnut Waldorf Salad

Raisin-Walnut Waldorf Salad

Raisin-Walnut Waldorf Salad

"I enjoy playing around with recipes, trying to create tastes that I like without sacrificing my diabetic diet," shares Jean Mabis of Shumway, Illinois. A creamy pudding-and-yogurt dressing drapes this healthy updated version of the traditional Waldorf salad.

Peanut Banana Waldorf

Peanut Banana Waldorf

Peanut Banana Waldorf

This is a combination of two different salads that my children liked when they were growing up. It probably originated when I was making one or the other of the salads and didn't have enough apples or bananas to make the amount of salad I needed.

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.
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