August 6, 2017

Homemade Salad Dressing Recipes That Are Healthy and Easy to Make

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I recently received an email from Fresh Baby that shared some pretty tasty looking recipes for homemade salad dressings. It got me really thinking about some of the salad dressing brands on the market these days. In the past few years, I've been making the switch to more healthier brands (luckily there are some out there), as well as making my own salad dressings at home. Before making that switch, it never dawned on me how some of the brands out there actually contain a ton of unhealthy ingredients and added sugar–like high fructose corn syrup, for example. It kind of defeats the whole purpose of enjoying a healthy salad, doesn't it? 


My homemade salad dressings tend to lean on the simple side with lemon juice, olive oil, and and vinegar (such as balsamic, apple cider, etc.), although I like to get a bit fancier from time to time. When I saw the recipes, below, I immediately saved them. Not only do these salad dressing recipes look delicious, but they are so simple to make using wholesome, real ingredients (no high fructose syrup allowed)! One tip, the last recipe does contain a bit of brown sugar, but that could easily be omitted if need be.



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4 comments:

Brenda Loves Sharing said...

I love dill, so I think I would really like the creamy dill!

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

The dill dressing looks so delicious...with only six ingredients, you can't go wrong! :-)

Nancy said...

This is a great post for encouraging making and eating healthy salads.

Kelly (Our Everyday Harvest) said...

Thanks, Nancy! I always like passing on good recipe finds whenever I can. :-)

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