December 2, 2015
Julie Yuccas


Apple Walnut-Pecan Salad

With apple picking season coming to a close, this healthy recipe is sure to cure your sweet tooth. If you have adapted the “eat smaller meals more frequently,” you will be pleasantly surprised. Half or less of this recipe can be a small, filling meal.

If you struggle with stress eating, the combination of crisp apples, celery, and nuts satisfies the need to crunch. The bonus is every ingredient is healthy and beneficial to your body—guilt free.


I found this recipe on the Sugar-Free Mom website. I modified the recipe slightly, because I don’t use fat free yogurt. When I use the Wallaby Organic Greek Whole Milk Vanilla Bean Yogurt, this yogurt has a wonderful flavor and consistency, I don’t need oil. I normally don’t eat yogurt, but this specific Wallaby yogurt has a wonderful flavor! My other go to yogurt is Stonyfield Organic Smooth & Creamy French Vanilla.

Apple Walnut & Pecan Salad

  • Difficulty: easy
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♥  Ingredients  ♥

2 large or 3 medium apples, chopped
1/4 lemon
3 stalks or ribs of celery, sliced
1/3 cup walnuts, pieces
1/3 cup pecans, pieces
1/2 cup raisins
1 5.3 ounce container of vanilla yogurt
1 teaspoon honey

– Toss chopped apples with lemon juice.
– Add to apples: celery, walnuts, pecans, and raisins.
– Blend honey into yogurt.
– Add yogurt to apple mixture and toss.
– Cover and refrigerate at least 30 minutes before serving.


Don’t forget to drink plenty of water to help the fiber and live active cultures in this meal do its job efficiently in your digestive system. What is your body weight? Cut that number in half. Drink that number of ounces of water a day, minimum.

Blessings to your health!

3 thoughts on “Apple Walnut-Pecan Salad

  1. thanks Julie plan to try this soon


  2. Julie, I can’t wait to get your book. I like the way it looks from what I have seen. In one of your recipes, the measurement left out cup after 1/2. I have proof read 3 books for friends and pastors {Marion Davenport] was one. I would be happy to do that for you, if there is a need. PEACE….Catherine

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    • Thank you Cathy! I look forward to it being published soon too! The only recipe that I could see that might look like the word “cup” could have been inserted was for the chili recipe. The measurement for the chili recipe calls for half of a green bell pepper and half of a red or yellow bell pepper. On the recipe, half is printed as 1/2. I’ll go back and make it more clear-thank you. I am glad you are enjoying the blogs. Happy holidays!


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