10 Must-Have Fall Salads to Make In Your Wood Chopping Bowl

This is effortless salad prep - we're serving up a fantastic lineup of 10 fall salad recipes that you can whip up right in your wood chopping bowl, with a trusty mezzaluna chopper. No more fuss, just fabulous fall salads ready to roll.

Chopped Arugula, Radicchio, and Parsley Salad

This crisp, vibrant salad combines the peppery kick of arugula with bitter notes of radicchio and fresh parsley. Chop and toss them all together in your wooden chopping bowl, and add a simple vinaigrette and black-olive seasoning for a light and easy lunch or dinner.

Broccoli, Herb, and Pistachio "Grain" Salad

Fall produce shines in this colorful salad. Cut up apples, pistachios, pomegranate arils and fresh parsley and cilantro in a large wood chop bowl. Drizzle with a zesty lemon vinaigrette, and you've got a filling faux grain salad that’s a low-carb sensation.

Kale and Lentil Bowl with Avocado Dressing

As the weather cools, this fall salad recipe brings a burst of warmth and flavor to your table. Crunchy kale, earthy lentils and luscious avocado dressing, topped with chopped roasted salted almonds and sprouts - whether you're dining solo or sharing with friends and family, this chopping bowl creation is sure to become a fall favorite.

Lacinato Kale Salad with Roasted Squash

Perfect for a big fall feast, you can dress this dish ahead of time - chop up toasted hazelnuts and combine with hearty roasted butternut squash, tender Lacinato kale and crumbled goat cheese. Toss well to combine and enjoy fall flavors with every forkful.

Quinoa Salad with Kale and Napa Cabbage

It's a party on a plate (or should we say, in a salad bowl)! Cut up kale, cabbage, carrots and red onions right in your wood chop bowl. Combine with cooked quinoa and top it all off with fresh ginger, sesame, and lightly seasoned citrus juices for a burst of fresh flavors and textures.

Chopped Salad with Spicy Pork and Buttermilk Dressing

Spice things up with this Southwestern favorite - in a large wood chopping bowl, cut up broiled chili powder-seasoned pork into bite-size chunks, along with romaine, tomatoes and scallion greens. Toss with corn and cubed pepper Jack cheese, and toss with buttermilk dressing for a cool, creamy contrast.

Italian Hero Chopped Salad

This Italian flavor explosion will have you cut up and combine mixed greens, marinated vegetables, and sliced roast turkey and salami. Here's the best part: you can whip up those garlic-ciabatta croutons and tangy dressing in advance, and they'll stay fresh all week long - perfect for lunch on the go.

Spinach Salad with Turkey Bacon and Blue Cheese

A fall version of the classic cobb salad, use your large wood chop bowl to cut up turkey bacon and red onions, and mix with tender baby spinach leaves. Drizzle with balsamic vinaigrette and top with crumbled blue cheese for that signature cobb salad flavor. Serve with quartered eggs and herb toasts on the side - it’s bound to be your next favorite comfort meal.

Raw-Beet and Celery-Root Salad

Root veggies, like beets and celery root, have a sweet side you'll fall in love with, especially when they're in season. Cut these up along with fresh herbs in your wood chop bowl and combine with toasted pine nuts, shaved Parmesan cheese and a lemony vinaigrette. This crunchy creation is a perfect side dish for any meal.

Warm Lentil Salad with Poached Eggs

French green lentils and Swiss chard tossed with finely diced onion, carrot, and celery in your wood chopping bowl, drizzled in a zesty mustard dressing - it's a fall salad recipe that's all about hearty goodness. Sprinkle fresh parsley, add rich creamy goat cheese, toss in crunchy almonds for texture, and then,—poached eggs that ooze deliciousness.

Savor the flavors of the season right in the comfort of your own wood chopping bowl.

For these delicious fall salad recipes (and more), your large wooden chop bowl and mezzaluna chopper can handle it all, to transform fresh ingredients into crowd-pleasing meals that’ll make you the star of the kitchen.