This pregnancy I have been on a huge salad kick! I eat it almost daily for lunch and there is a salad somehow involved in our dinner at least 4 times a week. I have my favorites and my go-to’s but I am always trying to add some type of variety to them. This salad is usually my strawberry salad. But when I picked up a 30 lb box of freshly grown peaches I knew just what to do with them. That same day I also picked up a huge flat of raspberries. So I decided to throw those in there too and it was just the perfect touch. Raspberries and peaches together and my absolute favorite fruit combination.
A few weeks ago I was able to go on an amazing organic farm tour I learned so much and can’t wait to share with you all the information in a couple of days! When I got home my husband commented on how I was an organically changed person haha. I was and have been on a huge organic kick! And every single time I got to the grocery store (which unfortunately is every day) I check to see what types of Stonyfield products they have and grab a couple! Lets just say our fridge is fully stock and I have been using their products daily! And both of my boys have Stonyfield products in their school lunch everyday! We.Are.Hooked!
So the perfect dressing for this salad was a creamy yogurt poppyseed dressing. One word…unreal! Stony field’s Greek yogurt was of course my go to Greek yogurt and made this dressing exceptionally well!
I was browsing through the Wayfair website for the perfect additions to add to summertime salad makings. This glass bowl is something I have always wanted. It is perfect for layering type of salads and makes any salad even prettier to display. I paired it with this fun bamboo salad hands and it worked out perfectly for serving my family up some salad!
3/4 cup Stonyfield Greek Yogurt
1/2 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup honey
1 teaspoon ground mustard
2 teaspoon grated onion
1 teaspoon salt
1 heaping Tablespoon poppyseeds
In a blender or a jar combined all ingredients and shake up!
*Disclamer: This is a sponsored post by Stonyfield Organics and Wayfair. I was compensated for doing this post. However recipes and thoughts and opinions are my own.