Browse through our collection of healthy and delicious salad dressings that will sure make any salad taste amazing.
Wow your taste buds with this delicious creamy tangy miso garlic sauce that can also double up as a dressing! Cashews combine with lemon juice, mellow white miso, apple cider vinegar, onions, shallots and garlic, and a hint of dates to sweeten and mustard seed powder for that kick of flavor. This recipe can be used as a dressing for green salads or even sea veggie salads, a dip for collard wraps, or try spreading it on a tart crust and using it as a "cream cheese" layer. This recipe calls for unpasteurized miso which is rich in health probiotics and helps boost the immune system. There's nothing like a yummy sauce to take an ordinary meal from drab to fab!
Thanks to Sarah Britton, we now have instructions for how to turn chlorella into a delicious creamy sweet drizzly sauce that can be added to desserts and breakfasts! Chlorella is a single celled blue green algae that is incredibly rich in all nutrients needed by the human body. It is nearly 60% protein by weight and contains high levels of beta carotene, iron, b vitamins, trace minerals and chlorophyll! It offers antioxidant capabilities, helps bind and remove heavy metals from the body, and can help elevate pH to a more alkaline level. We find that honey works best for this recipe but feel free to use your liquid raw sweetener of choice.
Gone are the days when enjoying a tasty salad dressing also means enjoying loads of fat, salt, and processed ingredients. You will love this creamy rich caesar salad dressing by Young and Raw. It works very well as a dip for veggie crudités and of course as a healthy and vegan alternative to the traditional caesar dressing found in many restaurants and stores. Sheleana from Young and Raw states that, "A good caesar dressing should be creamy, tangy, and bold in flavour." and this particular dressing hits the mark on all 3 fronts. Don't be afraid to share this dressing with non-vegan friends, they will love it just the same.
Tahini dressing is a classic staple in raw food cuisine for good reason. It as a very distinctive yet versatile flavor and is richly satisfying. Also, it goes very well with pretty much any vegetable mix under the sun. This recipe has a very nice balance of different tastes: sweet from raw honey, acidic from apple cider vinegar, creamy richness from tahini, saltiness and depth from shoyu, and spice and flavor from chives and garlic. And a nice mellow dose of fresh cucumber. Traditionally tahini is made by grinding sesame seeds into a thick butter. You can either make the tahini yourself by using a blender or food processor to blend the sesame seeds until smooth (which can take time and patience and you may need to add some additional sesame oil) or you can purchase pre-made raw tahini in jars. Having some good salad dressings around is a great help when it comes to success on a healthy diet! This recipe was an experiment by Chef Hannah Mendenhall and she encourages you to play around with ingredients and make it your own!
Salad may seem like a boring option for a meal, but we assure you it doesn't have to be. The magic is all in the combination of flavors, and of course in the dressing. A great dressing can transform a salad from drab to fab. We love this easy recipe, and the dressing has the perfect combination of creaminess from tahini, acid and tart from the lemon, as well as added sweetness from orange, coconut water and dates. And don't forget that spicy kick from ginger! It comes out thick, more like a sauce, which will make your salad a bit more filling and satisfying.
When local greens are in season, we cannot get enough of their fresh, green energy and want to prepare them in the most simple way possible. Add delicious candied walnuts and yummy dressing, and your are in for a real treat.
This is one of the most perfect breakfast salad that have been made recently and Gena has done it again with a beautiful toss of colors.
Isn't wonderful to have a salad dressing that encourages you to eat even more salad? Wonderful is almost an understatement to describe the taste of this tangy dressing.
An awesome everyday, any meal, anytime salad dressing recipe that's great for anyone who can handle a sweet salad.
This green salsa is best on everything. Whatever you feel like needs a little kick, go ahead and give it a shot with this small ingredient list.
This easy sauce can be easily turn into your favorite dip, sauce, salad dressing, whatever you want and you can make it! The Pure 2 Raw twins Michelle & Lori mixed it up with their greens of choice- spinach, arugula, spiralized zucchini and kelp noodles!
There's a nice balance of sweet, tart, and crispy here, complemented by a dollup of our almond cheese and pomegranate vinaigrette. Despite its striking monochromatic appearance, the salad works best on a bed of baby greens.
Yet another simple cashew-based recipe that whips up quickly in the blender and will tingle your taste-buds!
This delightful dressing contains no fat! It will bring you to your amazement if you were to eliminate fats in your diet, just as Callie England is currently doing. She says "it’s really been a great addition to my daily diet and has been helping suppress savory cravings." How about YOU?
This tastes better than the ginger dressing served at most Asian restaurants where the base is usually mayo, soy sauce and chili. Enjoy this raw vegan version on all your favorite salads.
This creamy asian dressing is the perfect delivery to compliment the broccoli and cauliflower. Enjoy!
Finally a raw vegan ranch dressing you can soak up your veggies and salads in. Cashews make this base creamy and rich.
The dressing perfectly compliments the flavours of this salad, and is a great summer snack.
A fresh and easy salad from the market with ripe peaches, berries and baby greens served with a tangy lavender dressing.
This colorful concoction is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds! This recipe provides a wide variety of color, which means we are supplying the body with an array of vitamin and minerals. Enjoy!