BLT Wedge Salad is a great way to enjoy dinner or a side dish.
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Over the summer, my friends and I loaded our car up and headed out for a mom’s ‘weekend’ away trip! It turned out to be a great way to refresh and recharge before heading into the busy back to school season.
As we planned out our trip one of my friends had a restaurant in mind to dine at while we were there and specifically to get a Wedge Salad.
At this point, this was the first time I had ever heard of a Wedge Salad. I could not believe an actual wedge of iceberg lettuce was indeed the salad. It had rave reviews though and was such an easy salad to make, I knew I would be trying this one out at home.
Once I was home, I decided to try out this version of a salad by making a BLT Wedge Salad that is perfect for a complete dinner salad. It can even be boosted with protein by adding hard-boiled eggs and nuts too.
My BLT Wedge Salad paired perfectly with a little splash of Kraft Lite Ranch Dressing.
This BLT Wedge Salad is the perfect way to eat a light and fresh meal for dinner. I know my husband and I absolutely loved it and it is just one more thing we can add to our dinner routine to help us make lighter choices at dinner time.
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BLT Wedge Salad
- 1 Head of Iceberg Lettuce
- 8 Slices of Cooked Low-Sodium Bacon
- 2 Cups Cherry Tomatoes Sliced
- 4 Tbsp Lite KRAFT Ranch Dressing Divided
- 1/4 Cup KRAFT Mozzarella Cheese
- Begin by removing the outer part of the lettuce, then while it is intact, cut it into 4 equal pieces/wedges.
- Top each wedge with 2 slices of bacon, 1/4 cup tomatoes, and 1 Tbsp of Ranch Dressing.
- Finish it off by sprinkling a little bit of cheese.