Raw Beetroot-Carrot-Apple Salad with Walnuts

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This salad is a great way to combine the healthful benefits of raw veggies like beetroot and carrot, with an apple, and healthy fat and protein from Greek yogurt and walnuts.  The sweetness apple is a great compliment to the bold taste of beetroot.


(Makes 4 servings)

1 beetroot – peeled and grated
1 carrot – peeled and grated
1 apple – skin on and grated
3 tbsp Greek-style yogurt
½ cup walnuts


  1. In a large bowl mix together beetroot, carrot and apple. They can either be grated manually or by a food processor. The finer the better
  2. Add the Greek-style yogurt to the bowl and mix everything well so all ingredients are combined
  3. Add the chopped or crushed walnuts (can also be chopped by food processor) to the bowl and mix well
  4. Can be kept covered in the refrigerator for up to 4 days, but best when consumed immediately


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