21 Reviews

Didn't miss the mayo a bit. The proportions of the ingredients are just right. I'm making a note to myself to cut the broccoli up the same size as the apples. Excellent salad!

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sugarpea October 23, 2003

Nice easy quick salad. Used cashews instead of walnuts and plain Greek yoghurt as that's what I already had. Went down well with the crew.

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Missy Wombat October 10, 2003

I used 2 cortland apples. I omitted the red onion. I used half low-fat vanilla yogurt and half light mayonnaise. It's better after a few hours in the fridge. I may add a little bit of sugar to the dressing next time. Or Splenda to make it healthier. Thanks Charlotte :) Made for Potluck tag game

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Boomette September 15, 2010

What a flavorsome refreshing salad. I used no-fat vanilla yogurt. Cut recipe back to one serving. The only thing I would change is to steam the broccoli for about 2 minutes and let them completely cool in the fridge. I want the broccoli still very crisp but just a bit off the raw stage - This will be made often

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Bergy October 13, 2009

Not really a GREAT broccoli salad, thogh it IS healthy! Maybe some plain yogurt/low-fat sour cream would make it more like a "real" broccoli salad.

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Blue_Ticee` September 15, 2009

I like it, I don't LOVE it. We all kept going back and retrying it to see if we liked it lol but never really figured it out. I'm with LA28, I think I would omit the onions next time. I did add more yogurt then called for and more raisins. Tastey healthy summer salad though, and a good quick throw together for a BBQ.

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Nikoma April 25, 2009

Simple, good, and healthy. I'm not big on heavy dressings, so this was perfect for me. Better when made ahead. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama September 06, 2008

Made this for Easter dinner yesterday and was very pleased! I made enough for 9 servings and used two 6 ounce containers of yogurt (which is more than specified). It just didn't seem like enough as written. I used red and green apples and probably added a few extra red onions as well. Very easy and makes a great low fat salad. Will be making again, thanks!

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Brooke the Cook in WI March 24, 2008

My husband loved this and he hates raisins and nuts - so it must be good. I am not a huge fan of raw broccoli, but to each his own

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Kristen Porter January 31, 2008

Excellent, low-fat & healthy, salad!! I loved the flavor combination. I cut my broccoli into very small florets, added few thin carrot dimes and a couple dashes of ginger to the yogurt dressing (fresh would be best). An awesome salad that I will certainly make again.

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Miss Annie in Indy January 21, 2008
Apple Broccoli Salad