Feta, Cranberry & Edamame Salad

Is it Friday already?! Is anyone else amazed at how fast time is flying by? It’s almost September!! I have a FULL September, and am ridiculously stoked for it.

September Plans:

  • football party (NFL season starts sooo soon!)
  • Rascal Flatts concert with Bestie
  • few church events
  • a friend’s wedding
  • Ninja and I’s 3 year anniversary!

And next week I should have something really exciting to share with you guys, but you’ll have to wait until then. I want to have it in my hands before I start bragging about it!

Today’s eats

friday

  • green monster made with kale, flax, naner, kefir and ice
  • kefir with bloobs, whole wheat toast with PB, cantaloupe
  • sweet tater fries, turkey burger on top 1/2 whole grain bun with greens
  • naner soft serve

I know it looks like I’m missing a meal, but I promise you I did eat lunch. After my smoothie I ate a huge cup of this new creation!

Feta, Cranberry and Edamame Salad
A protein packed salad loaded with flavors. The perfect summer snack or side dish!

Ingredients:

  • 1 pkg fresh edamame, shelled
  • 1/2 C dried cranberries
  • 1/4 C fresh basil, chopped
  • 1/2 C feta cheese
  • 1 T olive oil
  • squeeze of fresh lemon
  • pinch sea salt
  • pinch pepper

Boil some water in a small pan. Once boiling, add cranberries and remove from heat. Let rehydrate 5 minutes. Drain, then pat dry. Mix everything together. Let chill in the fridge for 30 minutes before devouring.

edamame

Bonus: I got the edamame on sale!

edamame2

AHHHMAZING.

I must admit, I’m pretty sure my home-grown basil made this dish. It was so fresh and so delicious. The mixture of flavors in this salad are incredible!

Giveaway Winner
Thanks so much to everyone who entered, but of course there can only be 1 winner. And the winner is….

Allie from Forgotten Beast!!

Email me at katalysthealth@gmail.com girl. I need your address to ship out your headband!

What is your favorite way to use edamame? I want to try making some guacamole with it next!

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