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Kraft Pourables: Dress Your Salads Up & Try 4 New Tantalizing Salad Dressings–Made With Real Fruits & Veggies! #NewPourables

NEW Kraft Pourables stand next to each other and a skinny spinach salad is ready to be dressed.

New Kraft Pourables!

Helping salads taste fresher and more tantalizing!

If you’re an avid salad eater or simply enjoy eating your veggies but, are like me and get easily bored with simple flavors. Kraft has come out with some exciting flavors that will “dress” up your salads but, are made with no artificial flavors or colors.
NEW Kraft Pourables in 4 delicious flavours!

Kraft Pourables come in 4 new and exciting flavors:
  • Berry Balsamic
  • Roasted Yellow Pepper, Garlic and Lime
  • Fire Roasted Tomato with Basil
  • Garlic Parmesan with Roasted Cauliflower

What I find interesting about these dressings is that they are low-calorie, low-fat, made with real fruits and vegetables and are low in sodium. What is so great about them is that they are only about 20-30 calories a serving and they can really give your salads a bold and exciting taste!

NEW Kraft Pourables in Garlic Parmesan is on the side for a skinny spinach salad.

Dress Up Your Salad!

I made a delicious spinach salad, simple but, I added Colby Jack cheese, tortilla strips and Kraft’s Garlic Parmesan with Roasted Cauliflower. It was absolutely divine and it definitely made for a filling lunch that was guilt-free.
Not only wasn’t simple, delicious and guilt-free but, it only took 5 minutes!

I skipped the protein but, with this skinny salad, I’d suggest using a hard boiled egg or chicken breast. I opted for the Kraft Garlic Parmesan with Roasted Cauliflower because, well, I love garlic and parmesan.
But, you may want to use the Roasted Yellow Pepper, Garlic and Lime or Fire Roasted Tomato with Basil as they would go well with this salad as well.

Skinny Spinach Salad
Yield: 1

Skinny Spinach Salad

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A delicious, simple Spinach Salad!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of baby spinach.
  • 1/2 of tomato, chopped.
  • 1/4 of Colby Jack cheese.
  • 1/4 of onion chopped., Red Onion optional
  • 1/4 of green pepper.
  • 1/4 cup of tortilla strips.
  • 2 tbsp. of Kraft Garlic Parmesan with Roasted Cauliflower.
  • 1 hard boiled egg., optional
  • 1 chicken breast., optional

Instructions

  1. Take a cutting board and chop up your tomato, green pepper and onions.
  2. If you opt for a protein, chop egg or chicken.
  3. Add baby spinach to your favorite plate or bowl.
  4. Top spinach with your veggies.
  5. Add cheese.
  6. Add tortilla strips.
  7. Add Kraft Pourables Garlic Parmesan with Roasted Cauliflower or your choice of Kraft's NEW Pourables.

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Skinny Spinach Salad is shown on a long plate with NEW Kraft Pourables dressing is in the background.

Who Wants a Boring Salad?
Not me!

I have to be honest, eating my greens is something I do because I know I have to and because it’s good for my body.

But, I get bored easily!

I love how their NEW Kraft Pourables have so many delicious combinations of flavors that make me crave a nice fresh salad and I know that I’m not adding hundreds of calories to something that is supposed to be healthy. The dressings have also been a hit for dipping, especially the Berry Balsamic–the girls love it! If you’re looking for more delicious recipes, check out our long list of them, here.

Which NEW Kraft Pourables dressing would you try?

Let me know, til next time–cheers m’deres!

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12 Comments

  1. Looks tasty! Hadn't heard of these yet so thanks for sharing!
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  2. Oh yum! I love that you added tortilla strips on your salad. This looks delicious. I've been having so much fun with all the new recipes I've been trying with the Pourables, they're delicious!
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  3. Oh my goodness that looks amazing! I am going to have to try those dressings and that recipe! Sounds like my kind of salad!
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    1. Thanks, I\’m quirky like that. I guess I like what I like. 🙂 It added some texture. 😀

  4. Your salad is to die for. I will try it! Yum! Also I like all these dressings! They all sound so good.

  5. I would try most of them. Like you I get bored very easily and find the only way to spice up the same old greens is with different dressings!

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