How to Make Cilantro Lime Avocado Dressing The fact that I can make this in less than 5 minutes is mindblowing. Here’s the recipe: Prepare the avocado. Cut the avocado in half lengthwise and remove the seed. Use a spoon or fork to scoop out the flesh, making sure to discard any spoiled or softened…
To cut through the richness of the avocado, you’ll be adding a bit of lemon juice and apple cider vinegar. The rest is really just seasoning to taste and of course some olive oil, so as you can see, it’s made with only the best ingredients and no unnecessary fillers or colorants. (You may also…
Getting a little bit bored with the usual suspects when it comes to salad dressings? Then I’ve got just the thing for you today with this must try paleo salad dressing recipe. It’s for an out of this world paleo raspberry vinaigrette that’s so easy to make that absolutely anyone can whip it up in no time. You only need four simple ingredients: your choice of either avocado or olive oil, apple cider vinegar, raw honey, and fresh raspberries. As always with any good paleo recipe though, don’t let the simplicity fool you. Even though this vinaigrette is super easy to make (it seriously only takes about five minutes to prepare), it delivers big time.
A homemade balsamic vinaigrette recipe that requires only four ingredients and can be ready in only five minutes? For salad lovers, that sounds like nothing more than a sweet dream. In fact, I never would have believed it myself until I stumbled upon this fantastic paleo recipe. It makes a 4-ingredient paleo balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing that’s guaranteed to please anyone who tries it. The best thing about this recipe is how quick and convenient it is to prepare too, making it a perfect choice to pair with your lunchtime salad for those busy days where you’re feeling pressed for time.
As much as I love a good Caesar salad or ranch dressing, I still definitely like to switch things up from time to time. Whenever I’m feeling a craving for something a bit different, I turn to my repertoire of wholesome and paleo-friendly salad dressing recipes. If you feel the same way, then I can wholeheartedly recommend this homemade paleo thousand island salad dressing recipe. There’s a reason this dressing is commonly referred to as the “secret sauce”. It’s really that good. The recipe itself is made with a carefully selected combination of whole food ingredients, including a paleo-friendly mayo (we’ve got plenty of recipes for that already, be sure to check them out), honey, apple cider vinegar, garlic, and more.
I’ve shared some ridiculously good homemade ranch salad dressing recipes before, but today I think I’ve finally found the one recipe that trumps them all. This incredible avocado ranch salad dressing is super easy to make, 100% paleo approved, and full of nutrients. Best of all, it tastes so good that you will literally be completely addicted from the very first bite. That’s not a bad thing though!
A good honey mustard salad dressing is worth the calories, I think we can all agree on that. It’s even better when it’s homemade and made with all-natural ingredients. If you’ve never made your own honey mustard dressing, then you need to try this creamy honey mustard paleo salad dressing recipe ASAP. Ready in only five minutes, it’s made with nothing but fantastic whole food ingredients for that perfect balance of sweet, savory and tangy all in one. You’re going to want to enjoy salad for lunch every single day as soon as you get a taste of this. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Ranch dressing is easily one of my favorite salad dressings to enjoy, especially when you make it entirely from scratch yourself. That’s even more true when you make it by following this ridiculously good 3-minute paleo dump ranch recipe. It’s super easy to make. All you really have to do is add the ingredients into an immersion blender and then blend them until your dressing is thick and creamy. The mix of ingredients includes everything from garlic and onion to apple cider vinegar to a savory combo of fresh herbs that includes dill, parsley, and chives. Don’t be surprised when you find this becoming your new go to ranch recipe.
I’ve been on a huge salad kick as of late ever since I started going to the farmer’s market. So many fresh vegetables to get creative with in the kitchen, and by creative I mean endless salad combinations. The only thing missing is some go-to salad dressings. I have this one recipe for paleo caesar dressing that has served me well over the years. Unlike store-bought dressings that are quite heavy on the carbs and questionable ingredients, my version is a lot tastier and made with all-natural ingredients like garlic, Dijon mustard, anchovy fillets, and more. It’s the perfect dressing to go with practically any salad combo I can come up with, and I’m sure you’ll agree with me once you try it.