Here’s a simple & healthy nutritional yeast salad dressing recipe that will convert you to a salad lover and have you craving salads all summer long!
This recipe goes great simply with zuudles and carrots
Spring approaches and glorious veggies arise from the ground teaming with the nutrition only nature provides. These foods get us ready for summer and purge our bodies from the effects of all that ‘comfort food’.
Some reviews of today’s recipe:
“Homer Simpson said “you don’t win friends with a salad.” and while that may be true for Homer I can assure you can win over many a friend to eat more salads with this dressing.” – Andy Parker
“Dorothy Draper in ‘Entertaining is Fun’ said, “Salad is never more appetizing than when served in a large wooden bowl.” Seems like she hadn’t tried this salad dressing.” – Jenni White
So, if you’re looking to put salads on the table in a way that you and those you love will love, this is a must-have recipe to have on hand in the fridge.
It takes about 5-minutes to make, lasts weeks in the fridge and is literally my favourite dressing to date (and I’ve made a few amazing ones).
We discovered this recipe from the amazing people over at Hollyhock so a big shoutout to them for this delicious recipe.
Love and hugs,
*DISCLAIMER: Reviews of today’s recipe may have been made up and credited to Team Sweet Members for dramatic purposes only.
Nutritional Yeast Salad Dressing Recipe
- 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1/3 cup water
- 1/3 cup tamari
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- ½ cup nutritional yeast flakes
- 1½ cup olive oil (cold expressed and that has not been heat treated or solvent extracted)
Place cider vinegar, tamari, garlic and nutritional yeast in a blender and combine.
With blender running, pour in the olive oil to reach desired consistency.
Then serve with your favourite local, organic veggies and enjoy!
This Nutritional Yeast Salad Dressing recipe can last for weeks in your fridge and is the perfect alternative to those store bought salad dressings that are usually packed full of sugar and other nasty stuff!
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