At $5.99 per salad, this probably isn't something I would have considered buying had it not been for the coupon. Salads in general are very simple to toss together and certainly not worth that price tag to me. I'm all about free groceries though, so I gave tossed the cranberry boost salad into my cart.
Despite being an "easy" month, plastic surgery kept me very busy at the start of the week and I was glad to know I had an easy meal waiting for me at home in the evenings. I split the salad into two servings. The envelope of "protein" contained whole-grain bulgur wheat and wheat berries with garbanzo beans and dried cranberries. Sadly, it was quite small and didn't appear very filling. I bulked the salad up cumin-spiced chickpeas from Trader Joes.
|Salad Night #1. Served along side Trader Joe's tomato bisque.|
|Salad Night #2. Prepared salad with topped with an over-easy egg.|
|Gooey egg yolk makes the perfect salad topper.|