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Wedge Salad Skewers

I love a Wedge Salad. It’s a mountain of cool, crisp, goodness. Too often however if I order one in a restaurant it’s just plain too much salad! I either eat it all and then am overly full when my meal comes, or I end up leaving half a salad on my plate…feeling wasteful.

I wanted to do a Wedge Salad for my dinner party last Friday night. My dilemma was 1.) I didn’t want it to be too much salad for everyone, and 2.) I didn’t have enough plates or room on my counter to plate up each salad individually. What to do?

Problem solved!!

Wedge Salad Skewers

Iceberg lettuce and tomatoes skewered together on a platter surrounded by your favorite wedge salad toppings, make for a fun interactive side dish.
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 33 minutes
Course Appetizer, Salad
Cuisine American
Servings 6 servings


  • 6 5″ wooden skewers


  • 1 head of iceberg lettuce
  • 1 quart of cherry tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup crumbled bacon
  • 1/2 cup blue cheese crumbles
  • Ranch Salad Dressing
  • Blue Cheese Salad Dressing


  • Clean lettuce and tomatoes, pat dry with paper towel.
  • Trim up the head of iceberg lettuce. Removing the outer leaves, and cutting off the bottom stem.
  • Cut head of lettuce in half. Lay flat half down and cut into three pie shape pieces. (as seen in post) Flip them over so they look like little lettuce pyramids.
  • Skewer 2-3 tomatoes and then stick each skewer into the top of the lettuce wedge. arrange on a platter surrounded by toppings and dressings.


This salad was easy to make ahead, cover with dampened paper towels to keep the lettuce fresh and crisp and store in refrigerator.
Keyword bacon, blue cheese, iceberg lettuce, salad, tomato
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Chances are you have seen this salad done like this before…I haven’t recreate the wheel or anything, but I received so many compliments on the presentation I thought I’d better share!

The skewer is the key to success. If you cannot find 5 inch skewers then you can cut the longer one down to size.

Trim up the head of iceberg lettuce. Removing the outer leaves, and cutting off the bottom stem.

Now set lettuce flat and cut in half.

Then cut each half into three pieces.

Flip them over and you have perfect little lettuce towers.

Wash cherry tomatoes, and place two or three on a skewer, like so.

Now stick the skewer through the wedge, securing all the layers together.

Place them here and there on a platter. Leaving an inch or two of the skewer sticking out made it easy for my guests to pick it right up and place it on their plates.
This salad was easy to make ahead, I just covered it with dampened paper towels to keep the lettuce fresh and crisp.

Just before serving I sprinkled bacon crumbles over the top then served it with P-Dubs homemade Ranch Salad Dressing and a side of Blue Cheese for people to use as they saw fit.
I think this is going to be my new goto salad. Especially for summer picnics and grill parties.


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    1. Debbie, Thanks! it’s always a hit with people especially rabbit type children who don’t like dressing they just pick it up and eat it! Hope you are having a great summer and enjoying your family!! xoxo Sheila

  1. Stopping by from Recipes To Run On. My husband ordered a wedge salad one time at a restaurant and he loved it. The mini wedge salads are a great idea for a dinner party!

  2. Can I just say it so weird that I looked at this tonight as I was looking for a wedge salad to make with dinner. Didn't end up making it but will make it tomorrow night with our tri-tip. Yum! Thanks.

  3. This was one of the first salad's I made for Nick when we first started dating…I was what "hooked" him! Love the wedge!