9 Simple Layered Salad Recipes

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Delight your family with these delicious layered salad recipes that are perfect for any time of the year. Some of them are so hearty they could be a meal in itself. These recipes will give you tons of ideas on how to make regular salads spectacular. {{knuckle bumps}}

These layered salad recipes include chicken taco salad, chicken bacon ranch, cobb salad, cornbread salad, layered pasta salad, 7 layer salad, and so much more.

Layered Salad

9 Simple Layered Salad Recipes

The women I’m featuring today know their way around the kitchen! These recipes are mouth-watering delicious.

9. Layered Chicken Taco Salad

Shugary Sweetsby @shugarysweetsblog

A delicious chicken taco salad that features chicken, mexicorn, tomato, corn, southwest tortilla strips, and jack cheese is paired with a salsa and french dressing.

Get the recipe:  Layered Chicken Taco Salad

8. Make-Ahead Layered Salad [for a crowd]

The Kitchen is My Playgroundby @TheKitchenIsMyPlayground

This colorful salad is bursting with flavor! Peas, cheese, bacon, carrots, cucumber, and onion go wonderfully with iceberg lettuce. Just drizzle on the homemade dill ranch dressing.

Get the recipe:  Make-Ahead Layered Salad [for a crowd]

7. Chicken Bacon Ranch Layer Salad

Tomato Heroby @tomatohero

Leveled-up layers of chicken, bacon, corn, peppers and more. Paired with a homemade avocado lime ranch dressing.

Get the recipe:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Layer Salad

6. Layered Corn Bread Salad

Lady Behind the Curtainby @ladybehindthecurtain

Similar to the layered pea salad, this salad features crumbled corn bread, pinto beans, corn, bacon and ranch dressing mix.

Get the recipe:  Layered Corn Bread Salad

5. Layered Cobb Salad

Six Sisters' Stuffby @sixsistersstuff

There are lots of pluses to making this salad, besides the fact that it’s fun to eat. You can make it ahead of time and store in the fridge and just add dressing right before eating. That also makes them great for luncheons and dinner parties.

Get the recipe:  Layered Cobb Salad

4. Layered Pasta Salad

Lil' Lunaby @LilLunaBlog

This recipe just looks delicious and healthy, which isn’’t always easy! Lettuce, peas, cheese, and pasta combined will tempt your taste buds with an explosion of flavor.

Get the recipe: Layered Pasta Salad

Traditional Seven Layer

Layer after layer of vibrant colorful ingredients that are topped with a light dressing. Makes the perfect salad for a large gathering, barbecue, picnic or potluck.

3. Traditional 7 Layer Salad

Gonna Want Secondsby @GWShomecooking

This traditional 7 layer salad recipe is a crowd pleaser. Who can resist the colorful layers of tomatoes, peas, cheese, eggs and bacon?!

Get recipe here: 7 Layer Salad

2. Seven Layer Salad

by @LoveBakesGoodCakes

Get the recipe: 7 Layer Salad

Pioneer Woman

Pioneer Woman perfected the layered salad. The ingredients are layered in a clear bowl, topped with a simple dressing and refrigerated overnight. Oh my goodness my mouth is watering.

1. Layered Salad

The Pioneer Womanby @thepioneerwoman

Make ahead this delicious layered salad that loaded with lettuce, salad, eggs, bacon, tomatoes, cheese, peas and a simple mayo salad dressing.

Get the recipe:  Layered Salad

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9 Simple Layered Salad Recipes
Layered Salad
Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
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Picnic, Luncheon, BBQ

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  1. How do you keep the avocados from turning brown in the top recipe if the dish is for a pot luck?

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