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  1. This is such an awesome recipe! I cant wait to make it to bring to my next barbecue!! Thanks for the recipe!

  2. I loved the Sparkly Strawberry cake served at T’s shower and plan to serve it at Libbi’s baby shower! Enjoy your time here and have a Merry Christmas!

  3. This looks yummy! I just left a comment on the Mexican quinoa recipe and checked this one out…I live just south of you…in Appleton. I’ve probably been to the same café, and your parents deli! Thanks again for sharing!

  4. Looks….DELICIOUS!! I’m a big sucker for Chicken Salad sandwichs. Would I be able to replace the mayo for greek yogurt instead for a healthier alternative?

    1. I haven’t done it myself, but you definitely could. It may change the flavor a bit since the yogurt is a little tangier than mayonnaise. You could also substitute half of the mayo for Greek yogurt if you’re worried about the flavor changing. If you do substitute the yogurt, I would LOVE to hear how it turns out 🙂

      1. I’ve made this a few times now and always use plain non-fat greek yogurt and it’s delicious. I also have used orange-cranberries and the orange gives it a nice kick.

  5. I made this twice. The first time used half mayo and half plain greek yogurt. Very tasty! I did add in some bacon for good measure 🙂 The second time I completely subbed out the mayo for Chobani Greek Yogurt (with black cherries at the bottom) and it was SCRUMPTIOUS! Thank you so much for posting the recipe. Now if only I could get the freshly made croissants! Cheers!

    1. That was a great idea to use a flavored yogurt! The fruit must have given it a ton of extra flavor 🙂

  6. i love to make this and put it on apple slices for a refreshing lunch at work. I have made it a couple of times now and I absolutely love it!

  7. It is 110* right now in SW WA and this went well over a bed of mixed garden greens for dinner. Left overs for lunch will be in a lettuce wrap. Very cool and refreshing. Thx

  8. Hi there! I am making this for a fall bridal shower along with creamy butternut squash soup. Have you ever used rotisserie chicken (for ease and also thought would add good flavor) or is cooked breasts truly best?

    1. You would not want to use fresh cranberries in this recipe. The dried cranberries are sweetened, so fresh cranberries will be much too tart.

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