I made this salad to accompany Aunt Liz's Chicken Spaghetti, also a CL recipe from this site. I used ingredients on hand and substituted craisins cooked in grape juice and used all reduced fat mayonnaise. My guests loved the salad and there were no leftovers. I would like to experiment with other juices and dried fruit combinations. I will make it again.
Lightened Waldorf Salad
judithrus Posted: 09/11/09
westlib79 Posted: 11/22/08
I love this recipe. It is easy to make and tastes great. I have never found the apple yogurt so I use vanilla instead and I sprinkle in a little cinnamon.
CAgirlinIA Posted: 11/15/10
I've made this several times since it first appeared in the magazine. I also use vanilla yogurt, not even bothering to look for apple. It is so fresh tasting and really perfect to serve in the Fall. I oftentimes serve it with soup and/or sandwiches but I can eat it alone for lunch just as well.
BanaBelle Posted: 09/29/09
Was really good- reminds me of the one my mom made but much healthier! I substituted grapes for celery and enjoyed for a healthy breakfast.
Vicuska Posted: 10/11/12
So good! I ate the entire bowl of salad for dinner. Just could not stop. I left out the apple juice part, my raisins were soft enough. I used 3 tablespoon plain yoghurt and 1 T mayonnaise. Next time I would cut back on the raisins a bit, or use dried cranberry instead. I will make this again soon. Yummmm!