• Krista Smith, FNTP

Raspberry Summer Salad

Updated: May 19

Few things are more refreshing than a nice bowl of fresh fruits and vegetables. This is one of the best ways to get essential minerals and you can find an abundance of choices in the summer.

Doing a keto or diet? Not to fear! This salad has healthy fat, fibrous leafy greens and not too many raspberries so you won't completely go off the rails.

I used this dressing as inspiration for my raspberry salad. It's incredible with some awesome ingredients (yes, a bit of sugar, so use no more than the 2 tablespoon serving!) and was a manageable price of $4 per bottle. Check out the ingredients label. Not too bad for store-bought!

I'm not going to give you exact amounts for all the ingredients or a macro breakdown for this recipe. It's SALAD, people! Just be mindful of the amount of dressing you use and do measure out the raspberries to reduce the sugary carbs. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!! Isn't it pretty?


Please be sure to #your180health and tag me @your180health if you make this recipe! :)

Raspberry Summer Salad

Serves 1

By Krista Smith, NTP


1-2 cups organic power greens mix (baby greens: spinach, kale, chard)

About 1/4 cup red cabbage, finely sliced

Red onion, finely sliced (a small amount, about 1/4 cup or less)

1 oz organic Feta cheese (gorgonzola or blue cheese would probably taste good too!)

1/4 cup fresh raspberries

2T Sir Kensington's Raspberry Pink Peppercorn dressing (or similar-check labels!)


Add the first 5 ingredients to a large salad bowl. Toss. Drizzle the dressing and toss again, if desired.

Optional: Add protein of your choice (chicken would be fantastic) to make it a meal!

Palmdale, CA



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