A “Healthy” Classic Caesar Salad

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When Jamie and I first started dating and we went out to dinner, Jamie would order a caesar salad before his entree every single time.  Little did I know at that time, but it is a Warden boy thing to do.  The first time we went out to dinner with his brothers they all ordered a caesar salad before their entrees, and continued to do so every other time we went out to dinner.  I now know that it is a fact that the Warden boys love their caesar salad and since the key to a mans heart is through his stomach – I knew I had to master it.


I looked at the ingredients in different recipes and they all had mayonnaise in them.  Ewww – I cannot stand mayo!  I opened the refrigerator and looked around for something of the same texture.  I came across plain greek yogurt… I like that and so does Jamie, and even better it worked in our “wedding diet” (well mostly, minus the cheese but we just ignored that).  I made the dressing and served it with Romaine lettuce and chicken.  Jamie just about died – he thought I bought it at the grocery store and couldn’t believe that I had used greek yogurt.  I was so happy I had pleased the biggest caesar salad critic. :)



1 Romaine heart, chopped

2 chicken breasts, chopped (cooked with macadamia oil and salt & pepper)

Can also include homemade whole wheat crouton (recipe here)

For caesar dressing recipe click here


Chop lettuce and place into a large mixing bowl with chopped chicken.  Pour dressing over salad and mix together.  Serve on plates and sprinkle asiago cheese on top with freshly ground pepper.

2 thoughts on “A “Healthy” Classic Caesar Salad

  1. It was great having dinner out with you and Jamie in L.A. but now I want you to cook for me! I have a Warden ceasar salad story for you too. E-mail me and I will send it to you.

    • Would love to hear another Warden Caesar Story! Send it my way – they are a funny bunch of guys :)

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