the graze anytime salad in a jar

recipe  August 26 2015 by

Get your taste buds ready for this deliciously portable and healthy graze salad If you’re looking for an exciting new lunch to bring into work, look no further. All you need is a jar or those repurposed take-out containers you’ve been saving and a few fresh ingredients!

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Dressing – lemon juice, honey, and shredded mint leaves
Sturdy veg – red peppers and sugar-snap peas, or cucumber
Citrus fruit – (not for the faint of heart) – grapefruit or lemon, wedged
Complex carbs – brown rice, quinoa or sweet potato
Leafy greens – spinach, or pak choi or pea shoots
Graze goodies – any punnet from your graze box


  • 1 juiced lemon
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 10 torn mint leaves
  • 1 chopped red pepper
  • sugar snap peas
  • 100 g cooked mixed grains
  • 50 g raw spinach
  • 1 punnet natural energy nuts
  • 1 punnet omega booster seeds
  • 1 punnet graze bountiful berries


Pour in your dressing and use sturdy veg for the base. This way, the other ingredients won’t absorb any of your dressing and get soggy. Add the wedges of citrus fruit here for some zing, too

Pad out the middle with lighter bits. Layer on your carb of choice before covering it with some leafy greens for another moisture barrier

Add a nutritious layer of graze. Get that extra pop of flavor and crunch with a punnet of graze – from nuts, seeds to dried fruit

Pop on the lid and refrigerate until hungry. Shake up your jar or container and enjoy!

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By Jess, graze nutritionist.

Our nutritionist extraordinaire, Jess trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and is a registered practitioner with the British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy. She's the creator of our health badges, to help you choose the snacks and boxes that are right for you. Check out everything from Jess on our blog, with recipes and tricks to help you keep making better choices, or go to her website at for even more.

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