Healthy salad dressing recipes are easy to make and always delicious!
Why make homemade salad dressing?
- You can use high-quality ingredients; many store-bought dressings contain cheap, unhealthy oils and additives
- Better flavor; you’ll get the best flavor when you make your salad dressings at home, use ingredients like fresh lemon juice, good olive oil, good vinegar, and fresh herbs. Nothing beats the taste of fresh salad dressing!
- Serving size; you can make enough for just one salad, or whip up a batch to keep in the fridge.
- Improved health; you get to control the salt and reduce the amounts of unnecessary unhealthy preservatives when you make your own homemade salad dressing!
Here are our favorite healthy homemade salad dressings:
Delicious Homemade Ranch Dressing Recipe
Homemade ranch dressing is good on everything! Making your own homemade ranch dressing at home is healthier and tastier than any store-bought dressing. This recipe is vegan and dairy-free, but feel free to use any mayo that works for you.
Easy Coleslaw Dressing Recipe
You only need 4 ingredients plus a little salt and pepper to make this easy and incredibly delicious coleslaw dressing recipe! It’s even on the healthy side. This classic homemade coleslaw dressing recipe comes together in a snap and pairs with just about any slaw out there. I use it both on shredded cabbage and
3-Ingredient Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe
This homemade balsamic dressing recipe is a top Google search for a reason—it goes with just about everything! It’s super simple to whip up a batch and makes any salad or veggie taste amazing.
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Honey Mustard Dressing Recipe
We love this homemade honey mustard dressing on just about everything, especially a green salad with chicken, carrots, and tomatoes. It’s also fantastic as a veggie dip, and kids love to dip chicken strips in it. If you love it, please leave a star rating in the comments below to help other readers in our community.