Sweet Mustard Dressing Premium PD Recipe


Tangy and slightly sweet would best describe this grownup sugar-free and oil-free version of honey mustard dressing. Light enough to toss together with fresh baby greens and bold enough to use as a flavorful sauce on brown rice and steamed broccoli. Pour it on heavy. This dressing is a low-cal flavor enhancer designed to dress up any of your favorite veggies or starches to improve healthy meal satisfaction.

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Comments (12)

  1. posted by Victoria Dollenmaier on February 5, 2019

    Yep, my new fav!!! Reminds me of my Nana’s recipe when I was a child.

  2. posted by Dorothy on July 17, 2016

    This dressing is so so good! Thank you Julie for being able to think this one up.it is off the charts!

    I like dipping the falafel‘s in it too!

  3. posted by Stacey on July 16, 2016

    So good! A game changer for me! I can see this on so many veggies and grains!
    Thank you

  4. posted by chitownjayzgirl on July 13, 2016

    So I didn’t have any more yogurt but was craving my new favorite salad dressing so… I used one cup of soy milk instead of the yogurt and put in 2 Tbls chia seeds instead of one. Still scrupdidlyicious!!!!! So if you don’t have yogurt or a yogurt maker you can still try a version of this wonderful salad dressing! It’s just SO good!!!

    • posted by sbb1024 on February 23, 2017

      thanks so much i will try it as I have not made the yogurt yet..thanks!!

  5. posted by veganinblack on July 12, 2016

    Growing up I was never a mustard fan. Since I started a Protective Diet over 3 years ago i’ve grown to love it in my salad dressings and potato salad. This is an oil free sugar free nut free dairy free vegan Sweet Mustard dressing and I had no idea what to expect. Its got a sweet zing to it. Last nite for an early dinner, I made steamed asparagus and mashed sweet potatoes. It was really good but was thinking id love over my lunch salad, I did. Salad of chopped baby greens, tomatoes, cucumber, green onions topped with home grown organic alfalfa sprouts. The past few salads Ive made too large so today I made one big tossed salad to split, it was the perfect size with a rice cake and some roasted chick peas.

  6. posted by chitownjayzgirl on July 7, 2016

    This is my new favorite EVERYTHING!!!!! I put it on salads, I dip stuff in it, I use it in my potato salad and chickenless chicken salad…it’s SO good!!!

  7. posted by Marie on July 6, 2016

    Great on broccoli slaw. I added some shredded red cabbage too. YUM. Loved Salad Month! Thank you.

  8. posted by PlantCook on July 6, 2016

    So delicious. Didn’t know I missed this dressing so much.

  9. posted by deb dendinger on July 6, 2016

    This dressing is amazing!! Thank you thank you Julie!!

  10. posted by kris flynn on July 5, 2016

    I made this tonight for a spinach salad. I think it is my new favorite. I should have made a double batch! 🙂

  11. posted by Marie on July 5, 2016

    Sounds delicious! Have you tried it on broccoli slaw? Think I will soon & will let you know.

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