Yes yes yes! Perfect for the summer. :] // itsCarmen.com ☼
My mother also added small pieces of candied ginger and it gives it a nice snap.
This is awesome!
That looks awesome! I love Waldorf salad, love this variation! :)
Wow this looks really good! I might have to try and make some (without the raisins though haha :P)Thanks for sharing! :)Lipstick and Mocha
One of my favorite recipes (I haven't tried adding yogurt to it though, great idea!). Dried cranberries are a great sub for raisins if you dislike them. That's what I use.
Yum! So creamy... rare to see in a vegan recipe so I'm thrilled :)
Yum! Looks delicious, I don't think I've had Waldorf salad for about ten years!
simple and summer friendly!
Instead of soy yogurt, can I use greek?
Hi Carolin,Unfortunately, we cannot remember what Greek yogurt tasted like. Therefore, we cannot recommend using it. In theory, it should work fine. Let us know if you try it and how it comes out!Wish we could be of more help!
Interesting ingredient with the soy yogurt, it looks so tasty!
Wow, this is the cutest blog ever (love the little drawings) and thanks for the recipe for Waldorf Salad, one of my favorite things to eat on the planet. You made it so easy :)
This sounds like a really good side dish for hot summer nights! Great healthy recipe.
Yummy This look delicious. Thanks for this wonderful post.
What a nice day! Your food blog is very cool and cute with these delicious recipes! I love also your other recipes especially this Waldorf Salad easy to prepare. It's look beautiful and can't wait to try this. This would a perfect side dish especially this summer. I know my family is going to love it. Thanks friend for this sharing. Great recipe, I love it.
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