Broccoli Salad

Hey y’all! I hope you are having a good week! This past weekend, I made a delicious and easy broccoli salad for our church potluck. This broccoli salad recipe is from my mom and I modified it just a tad to reduce the sugar. The crunch of the broccoli and sweet raisins with the tangy onions and dressing is a delicious combination.

broccoli salad


Broccoli Salad

Broccoli Salad is a perfect salad to enjoy as the weather begins to warm up.

You might also enjoy this collection of 10 Delicious & Easy Salads!

Do you enjoy eating salads?  What kind is your favorite?

xoxo

Myra

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Comments

  1. Deffenitley will try this!! It looks soo yummy and it has bacon.

    Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Found a way to make this quick and easy when in a hurry.(I am sure that I am not the only one that remembers a commitment really late the night before)

    For Broccoli use a bag of prewashed Broccoli flowers (cut in half or thirds) plus a bag of broccoli slaw.

    For bacon bits use the real bacon bits(or real turkey)

    Also, for diabetics this works great with splenda.

    This is one of my family favorites…

  3. I make this salad quite often in the summer, but use sunflower seeds instead of the pecans. Also, it’s much better the second day! =)

  4. So different than the broccoli salad my mom makes (cheese, bacon, broccoli, mayo, etc.). This doesn’t look as “heavy”, but still delicious! Adding broccoli to my shopping list. :)
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  5. Instead of sugar, I use about 1/8 tsp of NuStevia Pure White Stevia Powder. Yummy.

  6. Lanita Anderson says:

    This is a great recipe – I’m glad to have a “less sugar” version! This recipe is also good with dried cranberries!
    Blessings,
    Lanita

  7. Great recipe! We enjoy this often in the summer. Like your version with the reduced sugar.
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  8. Kathy Mader says:

    A friend gave me this recipe years ago, she didn’t use nuts but did use carrots and celery. I thought it was about the best thing I’d ever tasted. Her dressing directions were really vague, mix mayo, sugar and vinegar in a one cup jar.

  9. Great way to enjoy broccoli!
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  10. my mom use to make something like this all of the time, I love it. Thanks for the recipe!
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  11. I love this!! Thanks so much for this recipe. I am going to try this and I will let you know how it goes. I am new to blogging and still trying to get the hang of it. Thank you again! Oh by the way, I love your blog!
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  12. I love brocoli and yesterday i did your recipe brocoli salad… ummmmm
    I love your blog ;-)

  13. Hi!

    It looks delicious! I’m wondering.. you put the broccoli uncooked? or you boil it a bit first?

    I’m gonna try it!

    Thanks ;)

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