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Layered Sarah Salad

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30 Min

10 Min


15 Servings



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This layered salad has always been a favorite of mine. It is simple and so creamy and delicious! This is a great salad to take to a potluck or to enjoy at home. My kids love this salad and always eat it quickly.


1 Large Head of Iceberg Lettuce

5 oz. Frozen Peas

1 1b. Bacon

¼ tsp. Sugar

½ tsp. Salt

¼ tsp. Fresh Ground Pepper

1 c. Swiss Cheese

1 Bunch of Green Onions

¾ c. Light Mayonnaise

3 Tomatoes


1. Cut 1 lb. Bacon in small ¼ inch pieces and cook until it is crisp. Drain the grease and set aside to cool. You can also skip this step and use Bacon Bites to save time.

2. Get a big salad bowl and use 1 big head of iceberg lettuce. Rip the lettuce into bite-size pieces. This will fill most of the bowl.

3. Dice 3 Tomatoes and put them on top of the lettuce.

4. On top of the tomatoes and lettuce, pour the frozen Peas.

5. Dice or Grate 1 c. Swiss Cheese and put this on top of the peas.

6. Chop 1 bunch of Green Onions, including the greens, and place them on top of the cheese.

7. Sprinkle Salt, Pepper, and Sugar on top of the Green Onions.

8. Spread Mayonnaise on top of the salad. It will be a little hard to spread over the other vegetables.

9. Sprinkle the bacon over the top of the Mayonnaise.

10. Refrigerate until you are ready to serve the salad. Then mix it with some salad spoons until it is all mixed together. Once you mix it, serve it. It starts to wilt after a few hours, which is why you don’t want to mix it together until you are ready to serve it. If you are wanting to eat it right away, you can just mix all the ingredients together without layering the salad.

11. Serve and enjoy!

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  • You can use bacon bites instead of frying up bacon.

  • You can use Romaine Lettuce instead of Iceberg Lettuce.

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