Kale cranberry feta cheese salad

I have been making this kale cranberry feta cheese salad for the past two weeks. I think I have probably made it four times already I am so in love it.

Kale cranberry feta salad | Eat Good 4 Life

The first time I tried something like this was at my friends house about 4 weeks ago. She actually bought the salad from a new deli shop here in town. The salad was quite costly in my opinion but very good nonetheless. I thought the salad was quite simple so recreating it making it with my own homemade salad dressing shouldn’t be too hard.

So a few weeks later I got to make it using my mustard salad dressing vinaigrette and oh boy… I have been making this kale cranberry feta cheese salad at least twice a week. Even my kids love it!

The best way to eat this salad is a few minutes after making it when the dressing has been softening the kale for a while. I normally make the salad in advance and let it sit for 20 minutes for the vinaigrette to do its thing with the kale. I have let it sit for longer time as well as refrigerate leftovers and still the salad is perfectly fine.

On another note, I am so panicing about the holidays been so near. I don’t know where time is going but for sure it is flying by. I am planing of making at least a couple of holiday cookie recipes soon so stay tuned for that. I am also still debating whether or not I am going to be gifting homemade goodies to friends and family this year. It is so much work. I know they will appreciate them… will see.

Anyhow, I hope you get to make this kale cranberry feta cheese salad. If you like kale you are going to love this recipe.


Kale cranberry feta salad | Eat Good 4 Life


Kale cranberry feta cheese salad

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 10 oz fresh kale
  • 6 oz feta cheese
  • 1 large red onion, sliced
  • 1/3 cup dried cranberries

Salad Dressing


In a large bowl add the salad ingredients and set aside.

Mix salad dressing ingredients in a salad dressing shaker or any other jar of your choice. Pour dressing over the kale and toss to combine. Allow the salad to sit for at least 15-20 minutes to make sure the kale softens.

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  1. Me encantan los scones y estos con cranberry han de estar deliciosos, personalmente me gustan un poquito más gorditos.
    un besote

  2. These scones sound delicious. Have you ever tried them with reduced-fat butter?

  3. we LOVE scones. i’ve never tried to cut shapes with the dough…i usually just plop them down. i’ll have to try that sometime :)

  4. I just whipped some of these delicious scones up this morning for my husband’s birthday. I used golden raisins instead of cranberries and he loved them! Thanks for the recipe.

  5. Went on the search today for whole wheat scones and found your recipe. Going to give it a try~ Following you via GFC~ Lynn H @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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