Cobb Salad in a Jar

 

 

his Cobb Salad in a Jar recipe is a great way to make your weekdays easier by preparing them ahead of time so you can grab and go. It's a nutritious and filling salad packed full of protein.

 

This Cobb Salad in a Jar recipe is a great way to make your weekdays easier by preparing them ahead of time so you can grab and go. It’s a nutritious and filling salad packed full of protein.

 

 

My weekday schedule is busy all year round but summer always seems keep me just that much busier with the kids home from school. Some days I find myself running around and in need of quick and easy mid-day meal options for myself.

Keeping Burnbrae Farms Eggs2go in my fridge is a great way for me to solve at least this part of my weekday challenges. Eggs2go are a snackpack of two hard cooked, peeled eggs that are ready to eat. They provide me with an easy, convenient and nutritious snacking option when I am on the go or don’t have the time to make something myself. No more fooling around trying to peel eggs! On my busiest days I just grab a pack from the fridge and eat as is or with a sprinkle of salt and pepper for the energy I need to tackle the day.

Eggs2go also make my weekdays easier as I can use them to quickly prepare a weeks worth of healthy, nutritious lunches, like the cobb salad in a jar that I am sharing with you today. The cobb salads are good for up to five days in the fridge and they just couldn’t be easier to make thanks to Eggs2go!

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Cobb Salad in a Jar

Ingredients:

For the Vinaigrette:

6 tablespoons evoo
2 tbsp red wine vinegar
1 tbsp dijon mustard
¼ tsp salt
Dash of pepper

For the Salad:

8 ounces cooked chicken, chopped
1 cup cooked, chopped bacon
2 Pkg Burnbrae Farms Eggs2Go, sliced
½ cup crumbled Blue Cheese
1 cup halved grape or cherry tomatoes
1 avocado, diced and squeezed with fresh lemon
4 cups romaine lettuce, chopped
4 (quart size) wide-mouth mason jars

Instructions:

Whisk together dressing ingredients in a small bowl until completely combined.
Pour about 2 tablespoons of dressing at the bottom of each jar.
Layering the salad ingredients into the jars in the following order: turkey, bacon, eggs, cheese, tomatoes, avocado, and lettuce. Twist on the top to seal your salads and refrigerate until ready to serve.
When you’re ready to eat, just dump the jar into a bowl and enjoy!

 

his Cobb Salad in a Jar recipe is a great way to make your weekdays easier by preparing them ahead of time so you can grab and go. It's a nutritious and filling salad packed full of protein.

5 from 5 votes
Cobb Salad in a Jar
Ingredients
Ingredients:
  • For the Vinaigrette:
  • 6 tablespoons evoo
  • 2 tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 1 tbsp dijon mustard
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • Dash of pepper
For the Salad:
  • 8 ounces cooked chicken chopped
  • 1 cup cooked chopped bacon
  • 2 Pkg Burnbrae Farms Eggs2Go sliced
  • ½ cup crumbled Blue Cheese
  • 1 cup halved grape or cherry tomatoes
  • 1 avocado diced and squeezed with fresh lemon
  • 4 cups romaine lettuce chopped
  • 4 quart size wide-mouth mason jars
Instructions
  1. Whisk together dressing ingredients in a small bowl until completely combined.
  2. Pour about 2 tablespoons of dressing at the bottom of each jar.
  3. Layering the salad ingredients into the jars in the following order: turkey, bacon, eggs, cheese, tomatoes, avocado, and lettuce. Twist on the top to seal your salads and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  4. When you’re ready to eat, just dump the jar into a bowl and enjoy!

 

his Cobb Salad in a Jar recipe is a great way to make your weekdays easier by preparing them ahead of time so you can grab and go. It's a nutritious and filling salad packed full of protein.

 

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his Cobb Salad in a Jar recipe is a great way to make your weekdays easier by preparing them ahead of time so you can grab and go. It's a nutritious and filling salad packed full of protein.

 

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55 thoughts on “Cobb Salad in a Jar

  1. My favourite weekday fast & easy recipe is an Egg Sandwich on an English Muffin With Ham & Spinach, or tomato.

  2. My favourite egg recipe that helps make weekdays easier is scrambled eggs for dinner when my husband is away for work. He travels 3 days a week and scrambled eggs is an easy dinner for me to make for the kids on piano lesson night when we don’t have much time to eat before leaving the house. I also love to have hard boiled eggs on hand to eat for lunch, to make into egg salad mix etc. We love eggs in our house and eat them quite regularly.

  3. I boil a bunch of eggs and leave them in the fridge to add to salads or make an egg salad sandwiches. Couple times a week I like to fry or scramble some.

  4. My go to meal is always an omelette! Whatever I have in my fridge I cut up and add to the eggs and its always delish!

  5. fritatas are our favorite loaded with peppers, mushrooms, onions, ham and cheese its a nice light but filling meals

  6. Our favourite way to eat eggs are boiled and chilled,they are great for salads,sandwiches or for a fast snack!

  7. My whole family loves when I make bacon and egg english muffin sandwiches. I make them Sunday evening, wrap them and store them in the fridge. On weekday mornings we can just heat them in the microwave and a delicious, hearty breakfast is ready in one minute. This is especially convenient if you have faily members getting up and eatng breakfast at different times.

  8. 5 stars
    I often will take an egg to work and make an egg on an english muffin ..I have this great round plastic container that is the perfect size…a little marg on the inside, egg whipped up and less then 2 min in the mic and its done

  9. My go-tonis making boiled eggs, and using it with mayo for sandwiches, or making an egg salad. Fast & easy.

  10. I love my eggs and buy 2-3 cartons every week, I make egg sandwiches, and have poached eggs almost every morning, and we all love deviled eggs, plus hard boiled is great for a snack, and they are a great addition for a salad!

  11. I enjoy making omelettes because they are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner and everyone can personalize them with whatever ingredients they like.

  12. I don’t think you can beat a classic fried egg for ease and taste (over hard, with lots of brown sauce/HP).

  13. I like to make up a batch of egg and shrimp salad and have in the fridge to either put on some lettuce or into sandwiches….makes our hectic days a whole lot easier having something prepared and ready to go in the fridge!!

  14. Not sure if they consider recipes but I love to have hard boiled eggs as breakfast and my kids love sunny side up. For dinner, I sometimes will make steam eggs which mix eggs and water, blend them together and stem it

  15. I love eggs for dinner! Whether an omelet full of healthy vegetables or just a sunny side up egg – eggs are perfect for a quick dinner.

  16. We make hard boiled eggs once a week and leave them in the fridge to be used during the week for egg salad sandwiches, salads or eaten as a snack.

  17. There’s an awesome jalapeno popper fritata recipe I have. I make it on Sunday and then cut into four for breakfasts for a few days!

  18. I like to bake eggs ahead of time in muffin tins. Can be used for breakfast sandwiches or added to salads.

  19. My favourite egg recipe would be scrambled eggs. It can be dressed up with some chives and cheese or plain, like how my kids love them.

  20. 5 stars
    I love a nice egg salad in my lunch. Very basic, eggs, mayo, dash of dill juice, salt and pepper….yummy

  21. I make and bake eggs in muffin tins then assemble each portion of egg with a slice of cheese onto english muffins. These are then packaged and put in the freezer. Mornings are quick and easy- just put one of the egg muffins in the mirowave to unthaw and warm up.

  22. My all time favorite is eggs Benedict but I have also discovered avocado toast and love it with either a poached egg or slices of hard boiled egg on top!

  23. 5 stars
    I love a simple poached egg on toast. Or fried egg. Saving your recipe for Cobb salad. Looks perfect to take along on a picnic. Thanks!

  24. huevos rancheros – it’s so much food I can’t imagine eating it for breakfast – it’s always a dinner meal around here!

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