We're Obsessed With These 8 Unexpected Caesar Salad Recipes

Courtesy of Damn Delicious.
Let's be honest, Caesar runs the salad game. It's zesty, creamy, and always crunchy thanks to crouton add-ins (if you don't crouton, let's talk) — in short, it's the boss of lettuce in bowls. But sometimes regular old Caesar can seem a little played out. So when you feel like you've been there done that with the diced up romaine dish, we've got eight curve balls to throw your way and change things up. From sandwiches to tacos and even pasta — crunchy croutons included.

Ahead find a handful of recipes that are fast, fresh, and unexpected — all while staying true to their classic Caesar roots.
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Photo: Courtesy of How Sweet It Is.
Kale Caesar Salad Pizza
Why have pizza with a side salad, when you can just eat salad on top of your pizza?
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Photo: Courtesy of Damn Delicious.
Chicken Caesar Ciabatta Sandwiches
Who needs crisp croutons when you can construct a softer sandwich vessel for your salad?
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Photo: Courtesy of Foxes Love Lemons.
Caesar Salad Deviled Eggs
Throw some bacon into the mix and it's like Cobb salad had a baby with Caesar.
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Photo: Courtesy of Damn Delicious.
Slow Cooker Chicken Caesar Wraps
Creamy, crunchy, and best of all? Slow cooked.
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Photo: Courtesy of Budget Bytes.
Kale & Salmon Caesar Salad
Part pasta, part salad — hey, even part salmon dish.
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Photo: Courtesy of Gimme Some Oven.
Kale Caesar Salad
Although a standard salad, this kale take on OG romaine-style caesar also rocks zesty lime in place of lemon.
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Photo: Courtesy of Keepin' It Kind.
Chickpea Caesar Salad Tacos
Try your caesar in crunchy chickpea-taco form.
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Photo: Courtesy of Life Is But A Dish.
Mini Chopped Caesar Salad Cups
No bowls or forks required.
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Looking for more creative ideas for delicious greens? Check out these adorable parmesan salad bowls.

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