Strawberry Lime Chopped Salad | Vintage Mixer

This Summer Chopped Salad is tossed with a creamy strawberry lime salad dressing that might just be the best salad dressing I’ve made. If you like chopped salads then you’ll love this one, loaded with avocado, mango, peppers and more. Every bite is bursting with so much flavor.

You MUST try this Summer Chopped Salad with Strawberry Lime Dressing. I eat this all Summer long!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, every season needs its own salad. With new fruits and veggies ripe I was ready to switch things up. For fall it was this salad with figs, cranberries, chunks of apple and I often topped it with pulled pork. During the winter months I’m making this Panzanella Salad with grapefruit and fennel or just topping some greens with roasted root veggies. But Summer… ohh there’s so much goodness to enjoy in a salad during the warm months. This salad has it all… fruit, veggies, crunchy lettuce and the perfect creamy dressing to top it all off. This will for sure be my go-to salad for gatherings this season.

This Strawberry Lime Salad Dressing made creamy with Greek Yogurt is a must try this Summer!

The best part about this salad is that it was a pure accident. I was in a hurry getting ready to go to a gathering of friends, while also tending to my kids and though I had plans of what the salad would be like it turned out totally different. I was planning on a Mexican Salad with black beans, fresh, corn and strawberries (instead of tomatoes), then a cilantro lime dressing. In the chaos of getting ready I forgot the beans, and didn’t have time to slice up all of the strawberries so I decided to throw them into the dressing. Well, I totally lucked out because it turned out way better than my original idea.

The Perfect Summer Salad with tons of chopped veggies and a strawberry lime dressing

This salad has all the best of summer in one big bowl! I have a feeling I’ll be making this over and over this season! For more recipes to enjoy right now, check out all of the lovely seasonally fresh ideas below. I’m always so blow away by the ideas this group of my friends comes up with. And I look forward to seeing what you come up with too. Check out my seasonal guide and use the hashtag #eatseasonal to share what fresh foods you’re enjoying this Summer!

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The Perfect Summer Salad with tons of chopped veggies and a strawberry lime dressing


A Summer Salad with loads of chopped fruits and veggies topped with a strawberry lime dressing.




American, vegetarian

Author: Becky

Strawberry Lime Salad Dressing

  • 6
    fresh strawberries,
    stems removed
  • 1
    Greek yogurt
  • 2
    avocado oil,
    or olive oil
  • 2
    juice and zest
  • 2
  • 1/4
  • 4-6
    freshly ground pepper


  • 1
    red bell pepper
  • 1
  • 1
    fresh corn cobb
    kernels removed
  • 1/2
    chopped (1/4 whole jicima)
  • 1/4
    red onion
    sliced thin
  • 1
  • 1/2
    stems removed and slices
  • 1
    romaine lettuce

For the salad dressing

  1. In a blender, mix together all of the salad dressing ingredients except the cilantro. Once all combined add in the cilantro and blend for just a few extra seconds.

For the salad

  1. Prep all of the fruit and veggies (chop, slice etc). Toss with the strawberry lime dressing (I usually use about 3/4 of the dressing mixture and save the rest for a salad later in the week). Serve immediately with extra strawberries on top.

Jicima is a crunchy root vegetable most commonly eaten raw. Its slightly sweet and adds a fun texture to any salad. Remove the brown skin and slice up the white interior into strips then small cubes. You can find jicima in the produce section of most grocery stores.

More Summer Salads to enjoy:

Peach and Prosciutto Salad

Greek Pasta Salad

Farm Salad with Goat Cheese Croutons

Used in this recipe:

Weck Jars for storing salad dressing

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