This light and refreshing Spring Chickpea Salad is bursting with veggies and protein!
Hi it’s Emily again from Painting it Purple! Last month I shared a recipe for my favorite Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats and I still cannot get enough. I wanted to switch it up a bit this time and share a delicious Spring Chickpea Salad!
If you don’t like cucumbers, red peppers or carrots, you can substitute pretty much any vegetable and the salad will still be delicious. As I mentioned in my last post, we are always on the go so this salad is great for us. I can make it Sunday night, while I’m preparing our overnight oats, and bring it for lunch for the week!
We love chickpeas and I am always looking for new ways to add chickpeas to our diet. If you are looking for some more delicious chickpea recipes, check out my Chickpea Blondies or my Garlic Parmesan Chickpeas!
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Spring Chickpea Salad
Spring Chickpea Salad
- 1 can of chickpeas
- 1/2 cucumber
- 10 baby carrots
- 1 red pepper
- 1/2 cup feta cheese
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 teaspoon greek seasoning - or a seasoning of your choice
- 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
- Chop your vegetables and mix them in a bowl. Add in the feta cheese.
- In a small bowl, mix olive oil, balsamic vinegar and seasoning.
- Mix dressing and vegetables and let sit in the fridge overnight.
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