Waldorf Salad Mountain Style

September 23, 2014
Peaches are one of my very favorite Summertime fruits and I am always searching for ways to

incorporate them into a healthy and tasty dish.

I truly believe you would enjoy this version of the all time classic Waldorf Salad.

In This Waldorf Salad recipe I used Palisade Peaches, which come from the High Country in

the Colorado mountains.  I really think these are the most succulent peaches I have ever tasted.

They were firm, yet ripe and the texture was moist and melt in your mouth sweet goodness.

This is a sweet yet tart salad which is a great dish to serve with chicken or even alone with some

great bread.

You are going to love that all you need is one bowl, a knife, a spoon and wisk to prepare this tasty

little treat.

Oh, and did I mention that there is an added bonus?

It is super healthy and I just be your kiddos are gonna love it too!

During our visit to Colorado we ate several meals out at some terrific restaurants in Durango,

however on our last night we really just wanted to stay in and enjoy the quiet and beauty of the

majestic Mountains.

Sadly enough, this Mother Hubbard's cupboards were bare, except for some fruit, yogurt and nutmeg.

Tada...the Waldorf Salad Mountain Style was born!

Ingredients :

3/4 cup coconut low fat yogurt (or vanilla)
1/4 tsp lemon juice
3 golden delicious apples cored and cut into cubes
1 banana sliced
2 large peaches pitted and cubed
1 tsp nutmeg

Romaine lettuce leaves (if you have them)


Whisk yogurt, lemon juice and nutmeg in large bowl.  Add apples, banana and peaches.
Toss gently,

Arrange lettuce on plate spoon salad over.


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  1. Oh wowsers, Jemma. That salad look yum, yum, yummified! Susan p.s. Thanks for the visit and comment! Loved them.

  2. You know what - this is the first one I've seen without coconut and that you could change to vanilla - I love it.

  3. Jemma,
    Waldorf Salad is one of my favorites, and we have it every Thanksgiving. It is one of our side dishes, but never tried peaches, only oranges and bananas. This looks so yummy, Jemma.


  4. Jemma, this looks delicious. Must try some time.
    Thank you for stopping by. Your comment..."magic light and love abound in your lovely blog" echo in my heart like music. I so hope for those very things to abound in every heart that stops by.

  5. Don't impromptu dishes like this very appetizing, mountain style Waldorf salad you whipped up always taste so much better?! This coconut yogurt and banana infused salad sounds and looks very richly refreshing! Thanks for sharing your creative and culinary strokes of spontaneity!

    Happy October!



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