3 Simple DIY Salad Dressing Recipes You’ll Love

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One of the best things about your own DIY salad dressing recipe is that you control the ingredients. Therefore, you also control the health factor of the dressing. You might be surprised to know that a lot of store-bought bottled dressings come with quite a bit of added sugar. All of those additional calories can really stack up and make your salad a lot less healthy. That can be frustrating when you’re trying hard to stick to a healthy diet like Nutrisystem.

We know it can be challenging to find a dressing that’s good for you—so we created some for you right here! They’re super easy to make but taste like something you might find in the store or a restaurant—without all of the unhealthy ingredients, of course.

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If you’re looking to jazz up your favorite salads, here are three fresh DIY salad dressing recipe ideas you’ve got to try:

1. Oil-Free Raspberry Orange Salad Dressing

Oil-Free Raspberry Orange Salad Dressing

If you like vinaigrette-style dressings but don’t want the added oil, then this is the perfect salad dressing recipe for you! This dressing blends real raspberries and orange juice with balsamic and white wine vinegar for a tangy flavor. A drop or two of liquid stevia sweetens it all up. It’s flavorful without the added sugar or oil that most recipes like this contain. Get the full Oil-Free Raspberry Orange Salad Dressing recipe right here! >

2. Creamy Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

Creamy Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

This recipe is true to its name—super creamy—thanks to its yogurt base. Add to that the sweet flavor of honey and the tangy taste of Dijon mustard, garlic powder and apple cider vinegar, and you’ve got a very flavorful dressing that will pair well with your favorite salad ingredients. Click here to get the recipe! >

3. Wasabi Ginger Salad Dressing

Wasabi Ginger Salad Dressing

This Asian-inspired salad dressing recipe is similar to something you might have tried in a Japanese restaurant. While some versions of this dressing include a lot of added sugar, ours is sweetened with just a couple drops of liquid stevia. It doesn’t need any more than that as it’s already got plenty of flavor from the soy sauce, wasabi and fresh ginger—among other tasty ingredients. This is a very fresh-tasting dressing that will spice up any salad you’ve assembled. Check out the full Wasabi Ginger Salad Dressing recipe right here! >

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