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Kids salad recipes should appeal to tender palates. In other words, when making salads for kids, simple is best. Use just a few ingredients - three or four is best to start with - and make sure they are ingredients the kids already like. When kids get used to eating salads, make them together. That's a great way to get kids interested in expanding their palates.
These salad recipes range from classic picnic salads to green salads to hearty salad recipes. All of these easy salad recipes are sweet, crunchy and fresh.
This is one of those easy salads you'll find yourself making all summer long. Creamy, sweet (thanks to the pickle relish) and tangy, this potato salad goes great with burgers, chicken, sandwiches, ribs, really anything!
Sweet, juicy strawberries and glazed walnuts brighten up spinach in this sweet salad recipe that tastes great when strawberries are in season.
This Italian pasta salad recipe has all the flavors you've come to love about Italian food: zucchini, red pepper, marinated artichokes, black olives and Parmesan cheese. Tossed with elbow pasta and a garlic ranch dressing it's a snap to prepare, too.
This is one of those easy recipes that's guaranteed to be a hit with the kids. Crispy and crunchy, this coleslaw is perfect for picnics and barbecues.
This easy salad recipe has a secret ingredient: fresh chopped mint. It makes it just a little different from the typical Waldorf salad recipe.
Rotisserie chicken breast, bagged lettuce greens and bottled Asian salad dressing make this salad recipe a snap to prepare. Sweet mandarin oranges, almonds and chow mein noodles add great flavor to this hearty salad.
This refreshing fruit salad makes a perfect side dish or light dessert for picnics, barbecues and family gatherings. Kids love this salad -nd it's a snap to prepare.