When you are eating Paleo, chances are a reasonable quantity of lunches include salads. Yes there are plenty of other foods to cook (such as those Paleo lunch meals), however if your primary food groups are protein and veggies, salads make a whole lot of sense. After all, they can be customized a thousand unique approaches and require little time to prep.
One of the methods salads a bit more exciting? Change up the dressing table. Make one (or five or two) of those Paleo salad dressings to rotate throughout the week. They taste just as a good (if not better) than store-bought kinds, and by making them homemade, you are able to assure that no quantity of milk, processed sugars, or preservatives will slip in there. Bonus: Most of them can double to dunk fish or poultry in also.
Green Goddess Dressing
Can we all agree that avocados simply make it all better? This salad dressing combines along with also a dairy-free creamer and our favourite fruit. Nutpods (a Whole30-approved creamer) is famous for incorporating into coffee, but additionally, it makes a fairly smart substitute for mayo. Who knew?!
Chipotle Bacon Ranch Dressing
Love bacon? Umm, yeah, us as well. This dressing tastes good, you’d never believe it is Paleo. Begin with mayonnaise (such as Primal Kitchen) and blend in almond milk, chipotle pepper, garlic, bacon, and a couple of spices and herbs. Careful, you might want to drizzle it on everything.
Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
Store-bought honey mustard has a tendency to be filled with sugar, but a few swaps also it can be ideal for Paleo. This simple recipe calls for only four components and tastes including a salad you would pay $12 for (we all do it). Blend lemon juice, Dijon mustard, honey and olive oil to get a sweet dressing that has a sign of a kick.
Red Wine Vinaigrette
An oldie but a goodie. As you most likely already have the ingredients in your pantry, Red wine vinaigrette is a good choice, and it has a flavor that it works on any salad. Here is what you’ll need: red wine vinegar, olive oil, garlic, Dijon, salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning or oregano.
Sweet Onion Citrus Dressing
If you need something this dressing checks each of of the boxes. Tapioca starch is used to thicken it up a little, but it’s not essential for those who do not have some available and don’t want to purchase it (occasionally, the time crunch is real).