Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad

blueberry pineapple spinach salad

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Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad is one of my favorite fruit-y salads to eat for lunch, especially in warm weather. It’s sweet and crunchy, and it’s full of delicious flavors.

Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad

I like to prep my salad ingredients, as much as I can, ahead of time for lunches throughout the week. So this recipe will make four lunch-size salads that you can assemble as you are ready.

blueberry pineapple spinach salad

For my spinach (and other lettuce for other recipes), I use this OXO salad spinner. I’ve had it for YEARS and use it all the time. What a super quick way to get the excess water out of the spinach leaves. And it’s a quick and easy clean when you’re done!

Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad Assembly

Crunchy baby spinach is the foundation for this salad. Then add in some smooth feta cheese, hard boiled egg, and super food avocado. Throw in some sweet fruit. And finish it off with some crunchy seeds, nuts, and red onion. There you go! You’ve got yourself a perfect warm-weather salad!

What to Serve with Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad

Any spinach salad can be served with a host of other pairings. Here are some yummy ideas for you.

  • small sandwich, maybe on a croissant or a slider bun
  • muffins – blueberry or banana nut would be good
  • cup of soup
  • crusty bread

spinach salad

VARIATIONS for this salad

This blueberry pineapple spinach salad has a ton of variations you can try!

  • Add some cubed or shredded chicken, or sub out the egg for the chicken.
  • Try some cashews instead of pecans.
  • Use a different seed in lieu of pepitas.
  • Don’t like feta cheese? Try blue cheese instead. Or another cheese entirely.
  • Use a spring mix instead of spinach leaves. Use part spinach and part romaine for variety.

blueberry pineapple spinach salad


The carbs in a salad are sometimes a bit tricky to count. But I get as close as I can!

In this particular salad recipe, we have most of our carbs in the blueberry and pineapple, and small amounts elsewhere.

With the specific brand of ingredients I used for this recipe, the entire total was 89g of carbs. Since it makes 4 salads, that’s 22g carbs per salad. (This doesn’t include whatever dressing you add.)


As I mentioned earlier, I like to prep my salad ingredients (as much as I can based on the ingredients) and store them for the week. Then all I have to do is throw it all in a bowl before lunch!

In this particular salad, I like to make sure my spinach is washed and dried. I also hard boil my eggs ahead and store them in the fridge. And I cut up my red onion in advance, too. The rest of it, I can just grab and toss on the day of.

And now for the recipe…

blueberry pineapple spinach salad

Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad

a sweet and crunchy and creamy salad all in one
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Salad
Cuisine American
Servings 4 servings


  • 1 bag baby spinach leaves
  • 4 oz feta cheese crumbles
  • 1/2 pint blueberries
  • 8 oz pineapple chunks
  • 1/2 c pecans
  • 1/2 c pepitas
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 red onion
  • dressing (optional)


    wash and dry the spinach leaves and blueberries
    hard boil eggs, cool, and peel
    chop red onion
    store all pre-prepared ingredients in the refrigerator until use
    (use 1/4 of all ingredients for individual salads)
    combine all ingredients together in a bowl
    add dressing (optional)


Nutrition Facts - Blueberry Pineapple Spinach Salad
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NOTE: I am not a certified nutritionist or registered dietician. Nothing here should be taken as professional medical advice. Any nutritional information provided should be used as a general guideline and estimate only. For the most accurate information, please calculate based on the specific ingredients and brands you use, as well as any changes you make to the recipe.

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