The Ultimate Cobb Salad
"The Ultimate Cobb Salad" recipe has a healthier blue cheese dressing that you don't have to feel guilty about having. This popular salad recipe has lots of veggies and some protein sources that will leave you feeling full, and satisfied.
To make the healthier blue cheese dressing recipe you will need some Greek yogurt, unsweetened almond milk, and whisk together until the yogurt is a bit more pourable. Then add all natural blue cheese crumbles, lemon juice, garlic salt and some Sriracha (this is optional). Whisk together and add salt and freshly ground pepper. For the cobb salad you can add lots of veggies that you enjoy. Some of the vegetables you can use include grape and cherry tomatoes, crumbled bacon, avocado, sliced cucumbers, boneless chicken, hard boiled eggs sliced in half and lettuce. You can feel free to add whatever veggies you love.
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