Most store-bought French dressing contains propylene glycol alginate, yellow # 6, and high-fructose corn syrup. No worries; homemade French dressing is a cinch to make.
This beautiful dish is the perfect picture of autumn – the first pickings of baby lettuce leaves from our winter garden bed mixed with long-awaited butternut squash tanned from the summer sun, sprinkled with sweet and spicy garden onions retrieved out of their winter storage, and topped with fresh walnuts from … umm …
This healthy, oil-free, high-fiber salad dressing gets its creaminess from nutrient-dense avocado. It tastes fabulous with a green salad, is luscious drizzled over steamed or sautéed zucchini and summer squash, and pairs perfectly with fresh, garden tomatoes. It’s also great for dipping bread!
After posting my Low-Fat Creamy Italian Dressing recipe, several of you have asked for
Salads are a super weight loss food … until you put the dressing on top. Most salad dressings are loaded with fat and calories. But this rich and creamy salad dressing is a much healthier option. Not only is it lower in refined fats, but it contains no cholesterol, and it’s higher in fiber than […]