Spruce Up Your Salad With These Vegan Dressings!

by | January 5, 2018

While it is recommended we get 1-2 cups of greens every single day, this can be difficult get it all in every day.

It is especially hard for people who do not care for lettuce, such as myself. I recommend these dressings and recipes to make even the harshest lettuce or toughest kale palatable.

 

Balsamic Vinegar
Balsamic vinegar is a necessity for any vegan’s kitchen, adding extra flavor to dressings or put it over salad alone without adding extra calories from fat to your meal or use it as the base of your dressing like in this strawberry-balsamic vinaigrette.  Great for anyone on a WFPB diet.
==> Check out Colavita’s Balsamic vinegar <==

Simple Girl Salad Dressing

Sweet Vinaigrette, Sweet Mustard and Citrus Ginger:
These add great flavor to salad without added sugar and are also low in fat. WFPB diet approved.
A super delicious addition to any bowl of greens. I like the citrus ginger in particular!
==> Check out this 3-pack of Simple Girl Dressings here <==

Foods Alive

You definitely won’t be missing out on ranch with this. It has a creamy texture and a delicious tangy flavor. This vegan ranch dressing is delicious over salads and to use as a dip for carrots, celery or buffalo cauliflower bits. Check out Foods Alive’s other salad dressings as well!
==> Check out this deal on Better than Ranch dressing <==
If you prefer creamy Italian salad dressing over ranch, Foods Alive aso have something perfect for you.

15 Essential Vegan Salad Dressings


For anyone with the time to make your own salad dressing, I highly recommend this recipe book from Anna Walker, which is currently free with Kindle Unlimited. With 15 classic recipes that are easy to make, you won’t regret downloading this eBook.

==> Check out these 15 Salad Dressing Recipes <==



A Note From The Staff At ‘Vegan Pregnancy and Parenting’

Happy Vegan Eating! Do not forget to check us out on the Main Facebook Group, where we discuss kids, pregnancy, nutrition and veganism in general. There are over thirty thousand vegan parents in our, all of them raising little vegans.
There is also a Vegan Eats For Smaller Feet, where parents get together, share recipes, swap disaster stories, and generally learn the best ways to hide the broccoli in the food for kids. So it’s worth checking out, and know that even though your kids are vegan, it doesn’t mean they’re going to suddenly love those brussel sprouts and carrot soup.

If Facebook isn’t your go to social media, we can usually be found liking far too many amazing dishes on Instagram. If you’re raising a vegan family, be sure to tag us on there for a chance for your vegan family to be featured, or amazing vegan dishes to appear on our main page!
Lastly, don’t forget to have a quick peek on Pinterest, where we pin all these amazing recipes and vegan friendly ideas. We receive over 250,000 weekly viewers on Pinterest, so we must be doing something right.

Happy Veganing, everyone! We are very happy that you have found us, and you’re raising little vegans. The world needs more people like you.

Raise humanity. Raise vegan!

 

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