Pizza Salad

December 11, 2017Holly Sosa

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During the holiday season, you can usually find me baking up a storm in my kitchen. I love the holidays, the soft glow of Christmas lights, the steaming hot cocoa, and yes, I even love the cheesy holiday movies (anyone else have them on repeat all day?). While I love to be in the kitchen, the holidays are such a crazy busy time for our family that I like to keep a few quick meal solutions up my sleeve. One of my favorite ways to save some time during the holidays is to pick up WinCo’s ready to bake pizzas and some Coca-Cola® (because what is pizza without Coca-Cola?!) while I’m out doing my usual weekly grocery shopping. I can’t be the only mom who doesn’t like to cook on grocery shopping day, right?

My husband and kiddos love when I bring home a couple of WinCo’s take and bake pizzas because as far as they’re all concerned, pizza is life! Whenever I bring home their favorite pizza, I also like to create a quick pizza salad for the side to ensure they’re getting some greens. My Pizza Salad recipe is a zesty, flavor filled side dish that everyone loves. It’s filled with all of the best pizza toppings like black olives, pepperoni, parmesan, and even pepperoncinis..

I start by chopping up an entire head of lettuce.

I add in a generous amount of pepperonis.

And salami.

Then I add in black olives.

And pepperoncinis.

And finally plenty of parmesan.

I toss the salad up to ensure maximum topping spreadage (is that even a real word, if not it is now!).

My kiddos love to top theirs with ranch dressing, but my husband and I prefer italian dressing.

This Pizza Salad is a great side pairing for WinCo’s take and bake pizzas. And whenI add Coca-Cola to the mix, my taste buds do a little happy dance. This meal is the perfect formula to a simple and quick meal solution during the busy holiday season. Save $1 when you buy any WinCo Pizza and (2) 2-Liter Coca-Cola Beverages! (Offer Ends 2/28/18).

WinCo always offers low prices and I don’t need to clip coupons or worry about bringing in an ad to save money. They limit their advertising, saving them millions of dollars, that they then pass on as lower prices to customers like me. They’re an employee-owned company that always offers quality items at low prices.

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6 Comments

  • Pizza Salad

    December 11, 2017 at 12:13 PM

    […] By Holly Sosa […]

  • Cristi Comes

    December 11, 2017 at 2:14 PM

    That looks like a delicious salad. I think I’d like it best with Italian dressing too. But my kids would also want Ranch i’m sure! {client}

  • Margie McGee

    December 15, 2017 at 4:40 PM

    Sounds delish, but I wish you had included the approximate amounts of the ingredients.

  • Nancy Lee

    December 16, 2017 at 8:00 AM

    What a great idea for a quick lunch as well as a side with pizza. I can think up all kinds of substitutes for the original. I don’t care for pepperoni so that would be out and replaced with mushrooms. A stronger cheese for me than Parmesan would be any sharp cheese along with Parmesan. The dressing would be olive oil, lemon and Dejon mustard with anchovies. You can see I like strong flavors. This is really a very nice recipe. You can sub anything you want. Thanks to you I have another salad idea.

  • Giellermo

    December 22, 2017 at 1:18 PM

    Sounds like a great salad, but I bet it would be even more interesting if it would have pizza crust, for croutons!!!

  • ALYCE HENRY

    December 25, 2017 at 6:47 AM

    JUST LOVE THIS SALAD

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