Somehow things feel better when you are able to choose them.
In our house, vegetables can be a hard sell.
They go down a little easier, though, when you can have more of your favorites and less of the ones you don’t like.
Maybe you didn’t think you liked tomatoes, but when they’re mixed with all the bacon, they’re not so bad!
Making a cobb salad bar is super easy.
Gather different size bowls and a cutting board and get to work. This is the kind of thing kids can help with. So enlist them with age-appropriate jobs.
Our favorite items for the cobb salad bar are:
- Romaine Lettuce
- Shredded carrots
- Red onion
- Hard boiled eggs
- Blue cheese or feta cheese
- Grilled chicken
You can use a pre-made dressing or whisk together olive oil and vinegar with some salt and pepper.
Lay out the bowls and forks and your job is done!
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