Who said salad were only for Summer???

These Winter salads and made from fresh seasonal produce. Winter veggies!!

Not only are these salads delicious tasting but they are packed with the nutrients to keep your tip top shape through the Winter months. They pair perfectly with a hot dinner, but equally satisfying for a meal on the run.

Winter Super Salad


with buckwheat, goats cheese and golden linseed

Energy: 1020kj Protein: 9.8 Carb : 25.1

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

This salad really does have it all. Flavour, texture and nutrients to boot!

The distinctive purple flesh of a beetroot is a giveaway that this salad is packed with antioxidant goodness. Antioxidants provide most of the colour of fruits and vegetables. Combined with the protein, carbohydrate (good carbs), fibre and mineral variety of the ‘pseudo grain’ buckwheat (actually a seed but looks like and nutritionally is similar to a grain), this salad is a real post exercise recovery winner.



with spinach, red onion and slithered almonds

Energy: 564 kj Protein: 4.3 Carbs: 7.5

Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free

Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable that is naturally high in fibre and B-vitamins. Oven roasted with turmeric not only is it beautiful in colour it taste delicious and has the added anti-inflammatory benefits that turmeric brings. The dish is also packed full of anti-oxidants thanks to the combinations of vegetables and spices. And importantly when veggies like cauliflower and spinach taste as good as they do in this salad, we are sure to be on our way to eating our recommended five servings of vegetables per day.

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Brussels sprouts with parmesan and pecans

Energy: 718kj Protein: 8.6kj Carb: 15.5

Vegetarian, Gluten Free

If you think you don’t like Brussels sprouts, then think again. Roasting the sprouts caramelises the natural sugars making them sweet, tender and delicious. And if you think of pecans in a pie you will be pleasantly surprised how good they are in a salad, adding protein and healthy fats. A handful of nuts a day is known to be beneficial for heart health.

Brussels Sprouts; this super green has been reborn.


Heidi Dyt