Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

I eat this frequently for my snacks. This makes a LOT. I make it in the biggest bowl I own and store it in the fridge. That way it is always ready when I want a snack.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Chop broccoli up. Bite sized pieces are the nicest.
  2. Throw in a large bowl.
  3. Cut the apples into quarters. Core them. Leave the skin on though, it adds a nice colour and texture to the salad. Cut each quarter into three wedges. Then slice them into bite sized pieces.
  4. Throw them into same bowl.
  5. Toss youth mix and cranberries on top.
  6. Cut orange segments in half (if using).
  7. Toss in the bowl.
  8. Scoop vanilla yogurt on top. I use two of those little yogurt cups for the vanilla yogurt.
  9. Mix well. I find that two large wooden spoons works well. IT won't look like there is enough yogurt at first -- but keep stirring.
  10. This can be served right away -- but the flavours are best when it has sat in the fridge for at least an hour.
Most Helpful

This salad is so fabulous....yum, yum, yum. Vanilla yogurt is my favorite flavor and it really is the perfect dressing for this salad. Great idea Lou...TYSM. Made for Summer Salad Snapshots~

CoffeeB June 30, 2009

Hands down this is a great recipe! Perfect. Refreshing and love the use of the vanilla yogurt. These all are ingredients that I always have on hand which is a big plus in my book when you live 16 miles from the grocery store. Thanks Saturn for a keeper. And thank you Bayhill for recommending this recipe. Made for "I RECOMMEND" RECIPE TAG.

WiGal May 01, 2008

*Made for Photo Swap* Delicious!! This salad is a nice, healthy change from traditional mayonnaise and bacon laden broccoli salads. We loved the combination of fruit and nuts with the broccoli, and the yogurt added a nice tang. This salad will become a regular in my house...we loved it!! Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

Bayhill January 11, 2008