Kick your salad up a notch with this delicious honey mustard almond butter dressing. Your salad is missing this, your carrots want to be dunked in it, and your chicken is praying for a marinade this good! This Honey Mustard Almond Butter Dressing recipe is so versatile, you’ll find yourself making it on a weekly basis.
A beautiful combination of sweet and savory flavors, this kelp noodle salad recipe may be full of ingredients but is also full of flavor! The dressing has the perfect combination of ingredients to highlight the fruits and vegetables. Not only is this recipe filling...
There is no better salad in October and November than Betsy's Fall Harvest Salad. Her recipe features amazing autumn veggies and a delicious cinnamon almond butter dressing. Give it a try! We bet you'll be proclaiming "It was #LoveAtFirstTaste!"Salad Ingredients: 1...
With Betsy's cashew butter dressing you can take your honey mustard to the next level and put a spin on it this fall. Spice up a vegetable wrap or use it to dress a salad or marinade for chicken. My favorite it to add it to a apple slaw. The possibilities are...
If you are wondering how to make peanut butter salad dressing, Betsy has and easy and simple recipe for you. This Sweet and Simple Peanut Butter Salad Dressing recipe is great for salads, as a dip or marinade for meats and veggies. The Betsy’s Best in this dressing adds protein and fiber, rounding out your salad with fullness with flavor. This dressing is so delicious and easy to make, you’ll never go back to store-bought dressings!
Place all ingredients in blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
Sweet and simple! Tasty and healthy! Betsy’s Best Peanut Butter salad dressing is a must to keep in your refrigerator. This homemade salad dressing recipe will save you from sabotaging the health benefits of your greens. So please, stop putting store bought big brand dressings on your salad. Now there is no reason to use all those chemicals and preservatives.
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Is your salad sabotaging your attempt to eat healthy? Believe it or not, you have to be just as careful ordering a salad at a restaurant as you do when you order anything else off of the menu. Many people go to restaurants with the intention of eating healthy, so they order a salad; however, most restaurants’ salads pack more calories, fat and sodium than a value meal from your local fast food joint! Their serving sizes are often too big, and pile on high-calorie toppings such as cheese, dressing and protein. Even creating your own salad at a salad bar can rack up the calories if you’re not careful. Majority of salad dressings have close to 1000 mg of sodium! Pouring on one of these salad dressings is like pouring salt over fresh lettuce leaves.
Here are some simple tips for making healthy salad choices that will help keep your greens from making you gain weight:
Always order salad dressing on the side so you can adjust the serving size
Order a light vinaigrette or oil and vinegar option
Cut large serving sizes of salad in half
Ask for no cheese, or cheese on the side so you can control the serving size
Watch out for added calories in the form of croutons, candied nuts or bacon. Ask to omit them, or order them on the side so you can adjust the serving size.
Make your own healthy salad dressings at home to skip out on high-sodium, high-calorie store-bought brands