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Autumn Chopped Salad with Creamy Poppyseed Dressing is all of your fall salad dreams come true! Crisp chopped apples, pears, romaine lettuce, crunchy pecans, bacon, cranberries and feta cheese combine in a creamy dressing to bring you one unforgettable salad!
You guys. Stop what you are doing and make this salad. Oh my gosh. I have had a lot of salads in my day and especially lately because I am trying to lost the baby weight. I am making salads all of the time. But this one became an instant favorite. I could eat it every single day for the rest of my life.
This salad is screaming fall. And lets hope that it eventually brings cooler weather with it. It has got crisp fall apples, pears, romaine lettuce, crunchy pecans, feta cheese, cranberries and bacon. This is seriously a salad recipe for pure deliciousness. I actually loved that it was a chopped salad because it made it easier to eat.
The real star of the salad is the creamy poppyseed dressing. It is the absolute perfect finishing touch to this salad. It is a little bit of sweet and tangy and my absolute favorite. I use the same recipe for creamy poppyseed dressing because it is the very best. And it went perfect with this fall salad.
This salad has been on repeat since I made it last week! I loved every single ingredient in this salad. Plus it has bacon. Bacon adds a bit of heartiness and awesome flavor to the salad. And everything is better with bacon… Am I right?
You will not regret making this salad and I know that it will become a favorite at your house as well!
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Autumn Chopped Salad with Creamy Poppyseed Dressing
- In a large bowl combine romaine, pear, apple, bacon, cranberries, pecans and feta cheese. Toss.
- To make the creamy poppyseed dressing: Whisk together mayonnaise, milk, sugar, cider vinegar, and poppyseeds. Add desired amount to the salad and toss.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.