Cobb Salad Tree
During the holidays, I always bring a Christmas Cobb Salad to family gatherings.
Since this Christmas, our gathering is very small, I wanted to make it extra special with little details like making my Christmas Cobb Salad into a Salad Tree! I love to make food fun! We eat with our eyes!
Isn’t it cute?
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The salad dressings I like to use for this Christmas Cobb Salad Tree are my homemade Ranch Dressing (click HERE to find) or my recipe for the BEST Blue Cheese salad dressing (click HERE to find). They both are delicious!
Cobb Salad Tree
- 1 head romaine lettuce
- 3 slices sugar-free bacon cooked and crumbled
- 1 large hard boiled egg cubed small
- 1/4 cup blue cheese crumbles
- 1/4 medium red onion sliced into rings
- 1/2 cup Tiny cherry tomatoes called "Sprinkles"
- 2 slices provolone cheese or other cheese like cheddar
- 1 slice prosciutto or salami
- Place the romaine leaves on a large serving platter. Place the biggest spears at the bottom of the Christmas tree. Work toward the top using smaller and smaller spears to create a Christmas tree.
- Sprinkle the salad with the diced bacon crumbles, hard boiled egg cubes, and blue cheese crumbles.
- Slice the red onion into rings, use the smaller rings of the lettuce and arrange around the tree to replicate Christmas decorations.
- Arrange the tiny cherry tomatoes around the tree.
- Use a star-shaped cookie cutter to cut the slice of provolone cheese into a star. Place on the top of the tree. Cut the other slice of cheese into a 1 1/2 inch square for the trunk of the tree. Wrap the prosciutto or salami around the cheese and place at the bottom of the tree.
- Make my delicious Ranch or Blue Cheese dressing and use to serve with the Cobb Salad Tree.
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