5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out

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5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out. Hello friends. Happy Wednesday.

It has been so hot lately but I’ve also heard it is starting to get warmer from today too. I really do not fancy standing in a hot kitchen cooking because who does in this heat!? Do you, ha? So much like cooking in a sauna in this weather.

Salads are perfect in this weather because they are cold and fresh but also so easy to make up.

So today I have 5 salad jar recipe ideas to share with you.

Salad is also great for preparing in advance too and popping in the fridge. Meal prep sorted first thing!! What’s not to like about meal prepping?

Do you fancy making some up of these recipes because they are also nice and healthy too?

5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out:

Love The Crunch Noodle Kilner Jar Salad
Recipe c/o Love The Crunch.

1.) Love The Crunch Noodle Kilner Jar Salad:

Firstly, Love the Crunch noodle kilner jar salad, anyone?

I love making up a nice and crunchy salad for lunch and it makes them feel all the more special served up in a nice jar.

This tasty Asian inspired salad packs a real crunch thanks to the celery, radishes, spring onions and Chinese leaf lettuce.

So you can make it up the night before for a quick, easy and delicious lunch on the go.

What;’s not to love about this recipe? Love The Crunch Noodle Kilner Jar Salad.

BerryWorld Strawberry Kilner Jar Salad
Recipe and photograph by BerryWorld

2.) BerryWorld Strawberry Kilner Jar Salad:

Secondly, are you looking for a fun salad recipe to try out? BerryWorld Strawberry Kilner Jar Salad anyone? So bright and colourful.

The fresh black pepper and balsamic vinegar dressing complement the sweetness of the strawberries in this salad designed to be assembled and enjoyed straight from the kilner jar. BerryWorld Strawberry Kilner Jar Salad.

Do you like the idea of strawberries in your salad?

Garden Route Jam Jar Adventure
Recipe and images courtesy of South African Fruit

3:) Garden Route Jam Jar Adventure: Layered Salad Jar:

Thirdly, happy Saturday. Any fun plans for the weekend or Mothering Sunday?

Nothing much planned here as my Husband is working and my older Sons both live far away but I think I might have a lazy day, so all is good. Garden Route Jam Jar Adventure anyone?

5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out:

5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out
Recipe and image courtesy of Newman’s Own, makers of sauces and dressing

4.) How To Make An Italian Orzo Pasta Mason Jar Salad:

Fourthly, I like to make up salads in Mason Jar and save them in the fridge until lunchtime. Always something healthy ready-made up to snack on too.

Today I have an Italian Orzo Pasta Mason Jar Salad recipe to share with you.

This is just what I need after lots of junk food over the weekend too. Would you like to know how To Make An Italian Orzo Pasta Mason Jar Salad?

5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out
Recipe courtesy of Watercress. 

5.) Kids’ Layered Lunch Pots:

Last but not least, Back to School with Watercress. Fancy making some of these Kids’ Layered Lunch Pots? The kids would like these, don’t you think? Because they are so fun? Kids’ Layered Lunch Pots.

So do you fancy making some fun and tasty salad jars up? Great for meal prepping ideas.

5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out:

So what do you think about these 5 Mix And Match Salad Jar Recipes To Try Out? Not only fun but also healthy lunch ideas. Let me know if you make any?

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12 Comments

  1. Heather
    24th June 2020 / 2:11 pm

    They all look good but I’m leaning toward the orzo salad!

  2. 24th June 2020 / 8:52 pm

    I do not enjoy cooking when it’s hot either; we tend to rely on salads and grilling when that happens.

    • 27th June 2020 / 4:06 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Joanne. Sounds tasty 🙂

  3. 26th June 2020 / 8:36 am

    Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 13, open June 1 to 26. All party entries shared if social media buttons installed.

    • 27th June 2020 / 4:06 pm

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Dee 🙂

  4. Maureen
    5th July 2020 / 12:46 am

    I don’t like hot weather at all. It makes me feel so crabby and yucky. 🙁 The ironic part is, we have been having three digit temperatures as of late and it’s just no fun. We ahave been trying to eat salads as of late. Quarantine has done a number on our waistline and we are trying to fight back! Ha! I am glad you have five different options and I can’t wait to try them all. I hope your day is going well so far and happy Saturday!

    Maureen

    • 6th July 2020 / 7:45 am

      Thanks for stopping by Maureen. It has turned really cold here at the minute 🙁 I like it not to warm but not cold. Somewhere in between 🙂

  5. 22nd August 2020 / 8:01 pm

    Your awesome recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday,498! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us and hope to see you again soon!
    Miz Helen

    • 23rd August 2020 / 5:04 pm

      Thanks so much for hosting and the feature 🙂

  6. Helen at the Lazy Gastronome
    30th August 2020 / 1:46 am

    Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party! I sure hope to see you at the new one tomorrow. Have a great afternoon.

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