I want to introduce you to this berry salad with lemon dressing. Hands down, this is our new favorite salad. Remember that one time when spinach salad was healthy? Well we now it has brown sugar almonds and a sweet dressing full of sugar to ruin it for ya. Actually it’s still healthier than let’s say a Caesar salad, but you get the point.
Seriously, we looooove this salad. My cousin, Robyn brought it to a family get together and days later we were still talking about it. We had it for dinner one night and had the leftovers for lunch the next day. Sweet deliciousness!! I love a good salad recipe. Especially during the summer when you just want something light to eat or a good idea to take to a BBQ or potluck.
We honestly are obsessed with the dressing. I’ve never felt this way about salad dressing before and although I do feel guilty about the amount of sugar that goes into it I still wont give it up. Like, ever. I’ll eat salad ever single day just to drizzle this dressing over it. And it’s so simple, lemons, a little oil and ginger, gobs of sugar (oops!), and pure gold. Ok, there’s no gold but it does end up tasting like liquid gold. In fact, maybe that should be it’s name!
And let’s not forget our crunchy little friends, brown sugar almonds. Goodness!! We usually use slivered almonds because they grab onto the brown sugar a little better, but we used slice above. Just try not to pick in them as they cool. If it wasn’t for all of the butter and sugar this would be my new snack. I could eat an entire Try this salad. Tomorrow would be a good day 😉
Can Almonds Cause Allergies?
All tree nuts have the potential to cause an allergic reaction in some people.
These allergic reactions can range from a mild rash to severe breathing difficulties.
Are Almonds Good For You?
Almonds are pretty nutritious.
Almonds are high in fiber, unsaturated fats, protein, and calcium.
Can Spinach Be A Source Of Iron?
Both raw and cooked spinach are excellent sources of iron, containing twice as much as other leafy greens.
Spinach is also rich in protein, fiber, calcium, and vitamins A and E.