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For a lighter meal, check out our collection of fresh summer salads! Craving something sweet? Visit our summer desserts section.
This main-dish salad combines three kid favorites -- tortellini, ham, and black olives -- for a delicious summer meal.
This light pasta recipe is perfect as a side dish, but the addition of chicken or shrimp makes it a wonderful entrée.
In a well-made chopped salad, every bite is a confetti-burst of flavor. To achieve that here, we've combined equal-size bits of crisp, colorful vegetables -- a feature that also makes it easy for kids to eat.
Prepare this new take on coleslaw the day before the picnic, refrigerate, and allow the dressing to soak into the salad.
Grilled chicken and tropical fruits seasoned with a citrusy curry sauce give this colorful salad plenty of kid appeal.
This recipe gives potato salad a lively update by inviting in rich avocado, salty prosciutto, and tart tomatoes.
Made with couscous and fresh corn and served in a bright red pepper ring, this dish is a festive medley of colors and textures.
Cheese, pepperoni, olives, and other classic pizza toppings make this flavorful salad a sure hit.
A honey-lime dressing distinguishes this Southwestern creation, which is served in edible bowls that are easily made from baked tortillas.
A quick-to-mix peanut butter dressing makes the perfect complement to this whimsical combination of greens, bananas, and berries.
This jazzed-up version of the traditional cucumber and tomato salad is a great accompaniment to any grilled meat.
This Hawaiian dessert salad is both tasty and healthy, and each diner can customize his or her own salad with a sprinkle of grated coconut, chopped macadamia nuts and/or chocolate chips.