It’s no secret that a ton of celebs love to chow down on a tasty and healthy salad. Stars have shared their favourite recipes for the salads they eat, and internet sleuths have also concocted recipes for the salads they’ve spotted their faves eating (Jennifer Aniston’s Friends salad anyone?).
From Emma Chamberlain’s vegetarian salad to Beyonce’s kale and seaweed salad, leafy greens have never looked so appetizing.
These celeb-loved salads aren’t only yummy, but you can easily make them for yourself at home. So, the next time you’re craving a healthy snack, reach for some kale or lettuce and start munching!
Olivia Wilde’s ‘special salad dressing’
Although Olivia Wilde and ex Jason Sudeikis refuted claims made by their former nanny, a rumour that arose from the drama involved an alleged dispute between Sudeikis and Wilde over her apparently making her “special salad dressing” for Harry Styles.
As PEOPLE reports, in a move that seems to address the drama, Wilde posted a page from Nora Ephron’s 1983 novel, Heartburn — which included a recipe for salad dressing — on her Instagram Stories on October 18.
While we can’t say for certain if this recipe is indeed Wilde’s exact salad dressing recipe, it does sound delicious. As detailed on Page Six, the “thick and creamy” vinaigrette recipe calls for Grey Poupon mustard and red wine vinegar, which is then whisked together with olive oil.
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The Kardashians’ Chinese chicken salad
According to Hello!, the Kardashian sisters love the Chinese chicken salad from The Health Nut. The healthy salad is a fave of Kim Kardashian’s and features shredded chicken, fresh leafy greens, onions, avocado and more.
There is also a sesame dressing you can make to give the salad some flavour. For the full recipe, check it out on Hello!. And don’t forget to shake your salad just as passionately as the sisters do on their show after you’ve prepared it, before diving in.
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Beyoncé’s kale and seaweed salad
If there’s one thing we know about Queen Bey (aside from putting out bops) it’s that she loves a plant-based salad. Beyoncé previously did an Instagram vegan challenge where she spotlighted delicious recipes back in 2020, and PEOPLE shared the kale and seaweed salad recipe she used.
If you’re a fan of lots of greens and almonds, this salad is perfect for you. The salad recipe includes a garlic tahini dressing, so your tastebuds will love it. It’s the perfect fuel for the rumoured upcoming Renaissance tour.
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Jennifer Aniston’s viral ‘Friends’ salad
The salad that Jennifer Aniston allegedly ate every day on the set of Friends went viral on TikTok, but the star claimed it wasn’t in fact what she munched on while on the hit show. Nonetheless, we can absolutely see why people love this salad anyway, thanks to this recipe from Eating Bird Food.
The salad is packed with protein and vegetables thanks to lots of chickpeas, pistachios and cucumber. Thanks to the chickpeas and nuts, we suspect it’s just as filling as it is tasty.
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Emma Chamberlain’s Erewhon-style kale salad
The stylish star is usually known for loving coffee, however when she’s not sipping on a hot cup of Joe, Emma Chamberlain reportedly eating this Erewhon-style kale salad. The salad is incredibly easy to make, and among the many ingredients, it contains hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, avocado and maple syrup (yes, you read that correctly).
Make sure you have plenty of olive oil nearby to soak your kale in, to pack a flavourful punch.
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Chrissy Teigen’s cherry tomato and avocado salad
Chrissy Teigen has a ton of tasty recipes that we’re fond of, and the Cravings author has several delicious salad recipes you can enjoy at home. Her cherry tomato and avo salad with pecans and honey-lemon dressing only takes 20 minutes to make. Most of the ingredients such as olive oil, lemon juice, salt and red onion, are probably already sitting in your kitchen, making it an easy lunch to make when you don’t have much time.
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