Turkey, Cranberry & Apple Salad

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When it comes to Thanksgiving, leftover turkey is definitely a blessing! There are so many ways to transform leftover roasted turkey, or grilled turkey breast, into easy healthy meals like this simple and scrumptious turkey salad!  I love using homemade Greek yogurt combined with fresh apples, grapes and dried cranberries because it not only gives this turkey salad a creamy tang, but also a healthy dose of probiotics in every delicious bite!

When it comes to Thanksgiving, leftover turkey is definitely a blessing! There are so many ways to transform leftover roasted turkey, or grilled turkey breast, into easy healthy meals like this simple and scrumptious turkey salad!

I love using homemade Greek yogurt combined with fresh apples, grapes and dried cranberries because it not only gives this turkey salad a creamy tang, but also a healthy dose of probiotics in every delicious bite!

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Turkey, Apple & Cranberry Salad

3 cups diced leftover roasted turkey (or grilled turkey breast)
1 cup diced organic apple
1/2 cup diced grapes
1/4 cup diced celery
1/4 cup diced dried cranberries
1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt (or mayo)
1 tsp fresh-squeezed lemon juice
1/8 tsp dried tarragon
Sea salt and pepper, to taste

1. In a medium-size mixing bowl, add turkey, apple, grapes, celery and dried cranberries. Set aside.
2. In a small bowl, whisk together the yogurt (or mayo), lemon juice, tarragon, and sea salt and pepper to taste.
3. Add the yogurt mixture to the turkey mixture. Use a spoon to mix and incorporate all ingredients together.
4. Serve on a bed of salad greens with a side of garden herb biscuits or your favorite fresh baked rolls.

Kelly Smith

Kelly loves the Lord, her family, and sharing her passion for gluten-free, grain-free cooking and meal planning with others. She is a full-time homemaker who loves spending time with her awesome hubby and two sweet boys. Kelly's whole food, gluten-free journey began six years ago when she was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disorder. Since then, the Lord has blessed her with an amazing recovery - a testament to His grace and the health benefits of eating whole foods. Kelly shares her knowledge and love for whole food cooking at The Nourishing Home.

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