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Shrimp Salad Bites


It's Monday morning and the first work day of the week. We are here patiently waiting for Spring to arrive but it seems Old Man Winter is here to stay. We have had more snow in the past week than we've had for the entire season of Winter. Just a few weeks ago, Valentines Day to be exact, we had temperatures in the 70's where everyone was outside wearing shorts and tanks. Now we're all bundled up once again with more snow in our future. Well today I have something that will take your mind off the upcoming weather. I want to share with you our Shrimp Salad Bites. These not only make great appetizers but are perfect to take with you for lunch. Save some of that money that you spend buying lunch and take your own to work with you. This Shrimp Salad Bite will be sure to satisfy your palette and have you begging for more. Here's another surprise. We're also guest posting today over on Ruffles and Rain Boots with a post "How to Get Your Kids to Get Along", so be sure to go over and tell her we sent you.


Yields: 30 servings as an appetizer / 4 servings as lunch

Ready in 10 minutes

Ingredients:

3⁄4 lb cooked shrimp, peeled and tails removed

2 celery stalks, chopped

1 tablespoon red onion, minced

2 tablespoons mayonnaise

1 tablespoon non-fat plain Greek yogurt

Salt and pepper to taste

1 large cucumber, sliced

Chives, minced


Directions:

Combine shrimp, celery, red onion, mayonnaise, and yogurt in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper.


Arrange cucumber slices on a platter and top each with a heaping tablespoon of shrimp salad. Garnish with minced chives.


I hope you enjoy it as much as we did sharing it with you. If you do decide to make it please come back and let us know what you think.

Annmarie John
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  1. Kevin is not a fan of shrimp, but I am so I might have to make them just for me. Thanks :)

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  2. No one in our house likes seafood, but these would be awesome to serve at a party. I bet they'd be a big hit.

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  3. OMG! Why did the pictures have to look so good! Shrimp is one of my favorite foods and I'm always looking for New Ways to Prepare it. I will definitely be trying this Recipe

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  4. I love love love shrimp and this sounds like the perfect lunch for me. I would probably go with light mayo or maybe just skip the mayo and add a bit more yogurt.

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  5. Those would have been perfect for a dinner party we had this weekend. I will have to remember this for Fridays during lent.

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  6. 70's for Valentines day?! We are officially envious :). I can always use help on encouraging the kids to get along and the recipe looks so yummy too.

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  7. I love shrimp but I never know how to be creative with. Also this is a great way to get vegetables

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  8. Those look delicious and perfect for a spring picnic. I know husband and son would love them.

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  9. These look delicious! I love that you use greek yogurt and mayo....and no bread! Definitely a healthy lunch!

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  10. We love seafood in our house, especially shrimp. I love how easy this recipe is and it looks so flavorful. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I will have to make this for my son since he really loves shrimp. Looks really tasty thank you so much for the recipe.

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  12. This is an appetizer my husband would shove everyone out of the way for. He loves seafood!

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  13. These look amazing! I can't wait to try and make them here!

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  14. Wow this looks amazing! And healthy too. Simple to make, but yummy!

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  15. This is such a delicious idea. I know I couldn't make enough of these for my son!!

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  16. What a yummy app. I'm sure it is a crowd pleaser.

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  17. Yogurt and shrimp? Definitely sounds really good together for a nice creamy taste!

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  18. I wonder if I could substitute shrimp for something else. This looks yummy but I am not a big fan of shrimp. Do you have any suggestions?

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  19. I love finger foods! These would be great for a party food!

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  20. My husband is a huge fan of seafoods! I bet he would love this!

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  21. These look so fresh! I would love to make these for an app.

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  22. We've got that same yo yo weather going on here too. Ice is creeping in tonight, and I'm wondering if there will be school tomorrow. If not, we could whip up some shrimp salad bites for lunch! I know my teen wouldn't complain. :)

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  23. This looks delish. Will have to make this.

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  24. Looks amazingly delicious! I think it's healthy too! Didn't know salad could be like this. I want to try this. :-)

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  25. They look absolutely delicious - will definitely give these a try when I relax my diet slightly! It was trying to snow here yesterday... hurry up Spring! Sim - Manchester Mummy x

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  26. These look great- thanks for sharing!

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  27. What a delicious, healthy bite. We love shrimp here, my kids can't get enough of it.

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  28. What a great recipe but I'd have to make without the shrimp. We're allergic. Maybe with another type if fish. Yum.

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  29. We love shrimp and this recipes looks delicious. Perfect for my healthy journey!

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  30. The shrimp salad bites you showed here look quite delicious. It seems like an easy to make treat.

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  31. Every other ingredient for this shrimp salad I can lay my hands on but not for celery stalks. Any alternative for the celery stalks?

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  32. Yummy! YUM! I love using cucumbers as 'crackers' and making little treats out of them.

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  33. Simple but yet tasty......I will have to make this for our next party. Thanks

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  34. I love the taste of shrimps especially when it comes with the creaminess of salad. I would definitely love this.

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  35. They look great. Im not a fan of seafood but I know someone this recipe will be perfect for. Hmmm im on the spring count down aswell.

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  36. I am drooling right now. Dishes with shrimps on it is simply my faves.

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  37. It looks wonderfully delicious and healthy too. Taking lunch to work saves money and gives one full control over what goes into the preparation of their food.

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  38. I love shrimp salad and all kinds of sea food in general. This salad seems full of healthy ingredients and I would love to try it so I am writing down the recipe!

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  39. Thanks for sharing your recipe. I love it! By the way, I love your blog's design. So simple yet so awesome.!

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  40. This is so creative! And a great way to cut down the calories! I will do a veggie version of this for me for sure!

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  41. I can already taste the freshness of the veggies together with the special taste of shrimp. I imagine it tastes so good!

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  42. Healthy and refreshing! Yumyum will surely try it! :D

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  43. Mmmmm, I'm such a shrimp girl. Those look delish!

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  44. Nice recipe. My mom will definitely love this. Thanks for this post. Will try do make some during the weekend. :)

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  45. These look delicious and the recipe looks doable! I am pinning this for later.

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  46. wow this looks like an amazing quick dish to make. Thanks for the recipe.

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  47. Nom nom nom! I will try this with my mum! Shrimp is my favorite! :)

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