Homemade Creamy Dairy-Free Balsamic Dressing

The word 'homemade' can sometimes scare someone who doesn't spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I'm guessing they envision lots of ingredients or possibly a lot of strenuous cooking steps. Yet, when it comes to recipes like this Creamy Dairy-free Balsamic Dressing, I'm here to tell you 'homemade' means easy and delicious.

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With just a few simple ingredients, anyone can make this creamy dressing. It's the perfect topping for any fresh salad or even on some roasted vegetables. The tangy, sweetness of the balsamic vinegar is the perfect match for any vegetable, cooked or raw.


Stop Buying Dressings At The Store


So many times, store dressings are packed with sugars, artificial flavors, and preservatives that do nothing for you. If anything, they increase your sugar cravings when you're just trying to eat something healthy like a salad.

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So don't be afraid to try making your favorite dressings at home. Most likely you have the ingredients right there in your kitchen.

I promise. You don't have to be a trained chef or some culinary genius to make a delicious, healthy, homemade salad dressing for you and your family.

Go ahead.. you can do it!

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How About You?


Do you already make your own salad dressing? Or have you tried and it didn't work out well. Leave me a comment and let me know. I'd love to hear about it!

 

Thanks for stopping by and happy cooking!



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Homemade Creamy Balsamic Dressing in a small pitcher

Comments

  1. Yay for homemade dressing!! I need to get more salads into my life and this sounds like a delicious way to motivate me, haha. <3!!

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  2. Such an interesting combination! I have done a lot of balsamic dressings but I haven't thought about using mayo. Sounds so interesting. Saved that one :)

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  3. This does sound easy and delicious! How long does the dressing last? I go through spurts where I eat salad every day then I get tired of it. lol

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  4. I love, love, love homemade dressing. This sounds delicious!

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  5. Creamy and dairy free? This I GOTTA try. I'm always looking for flavourful salad dressings, so thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Sure thing Abbey. Yes, it's definitely creamy and even with no dairy.. it's still very flavorful!

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  7. Thanks Rachel. I hope you get the chance to try it out!

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  8. I tend to go through my dressings pretty quick, but I'm thinking with the vinegar you would be safe for about two weeks I'd think. The minced garlic will get a bit more pronounced, but that's a good thing in my opinion. LOL! Enjoy.

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  9. It really does make it quite creamy and if you use a vegan one, you can stay away from dairy if need be. If not, go for the regular! ;-).

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  10. Ha ha. That's how it works for me. When I notice I'm getting in a salad slump I start to make dressings to entice me. LOL!

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  11. This dressing sounds so delicious! It's definitely so easy to make at home. So much better than store-bought!

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  12. Homemade dressings are not only a lot easier than people think but they taste so much better too. This looks great!

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  13. I love homemade dressings so much more! I love how you made this dairy free.

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  14. Thanks Emily. It's really delicious and you won't miss the dairy at all.

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  15. Thanks Summer. Homemade is truly the best.

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