Naked Bacon Coastal Cobb Salad
Are you looking for the perfect summer salad to share for your next picnic or get-together? Or maybe you’re looking for a flavorful salad recipe to enjoy for yourself! Well, whatever you’re on the hunt for, look no further! This Coastal Cobb Salad is 100% Whole30 compliant, Paleo, Gluten Free AND Low Carb, featuring perfectly seasoned shrimp, a beautiful avocado rose, plenty of fresh vegetables, and of course, our delicious Original Sugar-Free Naked Bacon! Shared by Whole30 Certified Coach Dominique Mackins, this salad is simple, delicious, and follows the Whole30 meal template to a T!
Adding Whole30 Approved Naked Bacon to your salad is a great and easy way to up the flavor factor by approximately one thousand percent, maybe even two thousand percent! Choose from our line of sugar-free bacon flavors, like Original, No Sugar Added, Chipotle, and Jalapeño, all available in our most popular bundles (they all include shipping), like the BYO BLT, the Nice to Meat You, or The Whole30 Shebang. We KNOW they’re all unbelievably delicious - and our customers do, too. Here’s something a fan just emailed to tell us:
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COASTAL COBB SALAD
1 package Original Naked Bacon
1 lb. peeled and deveined shrimp
4-6 cups mixed salad greens
2 cups cherry tomatoes (swap for a chopped bell pepper if low carb/keto)
1/2 red onion
Seasoning blend of choice (we recommend Paleo Powder)
Dressing of choice (we recommend Tessemae’s Habanero Ranch
or The New Primal Buffalo Sauce)
1. Cook the bacon to preferred crispiness in a large skillet. Set aside until cooled, then roughly chop into bite-sized pieces.
2. Season shrimp with Paleo Powder or seasoning blend of choice. Saute it in a large pan with ghee or oil for about 2 minutes per side.
2. Slice the red onion, tomatoes, and avocado (get the avocado rose tutorial below!), and assemble your salads by dividing the salad mix among four bowls and topping with bacon, shrimp, and veggies. Drizzle with your dressing of choice and enjoy!
This recipe is courtesy of our friend Dominique Mackins of Charleston Fit Foodie. Dominique is a cardiac nurse and Whole30 Certified Coach sharing about food, fitness, parenting, and more on her blog, and Instagram and Facebook pages. Connect with her to learn more about her services!