Fruit Salad Dressing
Add another layer of flavor to fresh fruit with a syrupy or creamy fruit salad dressing. From Vanilla Spice to Citrus Whipped Cream, these sweet and easy fruit salad dressing recipes are quick to mix but taste like you fussed over them.
Pecan-coated goat cheese and a sweet and fruity dressing make this main-dish salad irresistible. This one-dish meal is perfect with bread.
The sweet tang of this rosy dressing pairs nicely with nuts, cheese, avocado or grilled chicken breast in a mixed green salad. A full 2 cups of strawberries boost the dressing's vitamin C and fiber, while the olive oil is high in omega-3 fatty acids, a healthy fat that fights inflammation and protects against heart disease.
For a fresh and flavorful holiday salad, Justin tosses persimmons, pomegranate seeds, pine nuts, olive oil, and cilantro in lime juice.
One of the reasons chopped salads taste so good is that every bite-size piece of vegetable is coated with dressing. This side-dish salad is made extra flavorful with the addition of crumbled goat cheese and a tart apple dressing.
Yogurt lends a lively, tangy flavor to frozen dessert topping. Top other desserts with this low-calorie combo.
A salad of red-tipped lettuce with oranges and roasted beets is tossed with a spicy, citrusy vinaigrette.
Granny Smith apples, walnuts, blue cheese, and spinach are tossed with a homemade vinaigrette to make this flavorful dinner salad.
The lime dressing spiced with cumin and ginger perks up the sweet mellow taste of the carrots in this side-dish salad.
Sweet, aromatic fennel pairs with a favorite fall fruit to make this low-calorie side salad. It makes enough for 12 guests, so it's perfect for a potluck dinner.
Enjoy this tossed green salad with fresh berries in the summer months or with canned mandarin orange sections during the winter.
The sweetness of the pears complements the peppery arugula in this festive holiday salad.
Make this side salad even easier by using jarred mango slices. Look for them in the refrigerated part of your grocer's produce section.