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Lisa's Dairy-Free Broccoli Raisin Salad Recipe

Written by Caroline DiNicola Fawley
Lisa's Dairy-Free Broccoli Raisin Salad Recipe

Broccoli salad takes something familiar (green salad), and tweaks it. Sure, lettuce is good (it’s crunchy, rich in fiber, etc.), but by making broccoli the main focus, you’re cranking the health factor up to 11. In addition to being high in fiber, broccoli is incredibly rich in vitamins and antioxidants, is a great non-animal source of protein, and has been shown to help improve bone and heart health, combat high cholesterol, and even reduce the risk of certain cancers (breast and uterus cancer, specifically).

With broccoli salad, you can enjoy all of these benefits, while also giving your tastebuds something fresh and delicious. The only problem is that most broccoli salad recipe options include dairy (usually in the form of mayonnaise based coleslaw dressing, not to mention the optional sprinkling of cheddar cheese), which just doesn’t work for those committed to the WFPB diet.

Until now.

This 100% dairy-free broccoli raisin salad recipe originally came from MamaSezz co-founder Lisa Lorimer, and it’s as delicious as it is nutritious. I can't count how many times I've whipped this up for get togethers. It's the perfect side dish to bring to your next potluck, picnic, or BBQ.

Broccoli lovers and haters alike go back for seconds, and it’s a huge hit with kids! Not only is it overflowing with flavor, but it’s also a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins A and C. This nutrient dense dish could very well be the key to getting your picky eaters to enjoy their veggies.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 12 servings as a side

Ingredients:

For Cashew Salad Dressing

-1 cup of raw, soaked cashews (overnight soaking is best, but a few hours will do!)

-1/3 cup of water

-1 ½ TBS of apple cider vinegar

-1 TBS of lemon juice

-1 TBS of date or maple syrup

-1 TBS of chopped shallots

-½ clove of garlic

-½ tsp of sea salt

-½ tsp of Dijon mustard

For Salad

-6 cups of broccoli (raw; do not blanch), chopped into small florets

-1 cup of raw sunflower seeds

-½ cup of red onion, thinly sliced

-½ cup of raisins

Optional

Replace sunflower seeds with crushed almonds, or substitute raisins with dried cranberries

Instructions:

  1. Blend cashew dressing ingredients together until creamy
  2. Mix with salad ingredients
  3. Enjoy

 

About MamaSezz

MamaSezz is the leading whole food plant-based prepared meal delivery company in the U.S. We make it easier for you to be your healthiest self by delivering hearty, fresh, ready to eat whole food plant-based meals with no B.S. (you know,  Bad Stuff) right to your door.

Skeptical. I was definitely skeptical but I am very happy to say I ended being delightfully surprised! Being the only member of my household trying WFPBNO I wanted to try a service that delivered fresh, unfrozen meals that I could easily warm up and eat. Well, this was it. Let me first say that the Lazy Lasagna was terrific! My husband even said, “What’s that - it smells really good.” It’s mine buddy back off! Lol. Seriously though, the Mac Attack, Lasagna, everything was awesome. Definitely, recommend and am going to be a repeat customer. Thank you! [Michele Gouveia Allen, MamaSezz Customer]

Broccoli Raisin Salad Nutrition Information

 

 

By Caroline DiNicola Fawley

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