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Honey Mustard Dressing Recipe {5 Minutes}

on May 24 | in Recipes | by | with 21 Comments

Drizzled over crumbled bacon salad or as a dunking sauce for fried chicken, this little recipe is perfect if you’re short on time (as I am today). Just throw these ingredients together and and pour it on . . . . well, anything. Seriously, I’ve used it as a marinade, over pears & crisp romaine lettuce, even as a dunking sauce for beer battered steak!! Weird, I know.

Oh, and this recipe is toddler approved, so there’s that. :)

Have a lovely day!

Ingredients:

Instructions:

Blend all ingredients together in a small food processor or blender. ENJOY!!!

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21 Responses to Honey Mustard Dressing Recipe {5 Minutes}

  1. Alexis D says:

    Ooo – thank you very much for this! I love honey mustard dressing but havent had it in so long b/c the ingredients in “regular” honey mustard dressing are not good for you! Cant wait to try this one :)

    • Heather says:

      You’re so welcome! Daddypotamus LOVES ranch and it was so frustrating to try to find healthy versions . . . even at Whole Foods. So much soy, etc. When I learned how easy it is to make I was SHOCKED and began making all my own dressings. This has become a fave in our house because it’s GAPS friendly.

  2. Megan says:

    Looks delish! I hope to make ketchup this summer since my little one loves that on everything — she loves dipping sauces. Have you made your own ranch dressing before??

  3. Andrew says:

    Thank you for posting your recipe. My wife loves honey mustard dressing. I am going to try your recipe and see if she likes it.

  4. jada says:

    I can’t wait to try this. I’m a huge fane of making my own dressings.

  5. my hubby specificially requested this to try tonight!

  6. Haha, I did this onve too!I felt so bad

  7. @ Mommypotamus, one more thing, he even used it as a spread on his burger last night!

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  14. Barb says:

    I’ve been making my own dressing for a long time now, for two reasons. The bad for you ingredients and the cost. Usually I just combine all the ingredients in a jar and shake it all together. I made your recipe in the bullet last night and oh my…. LOVE that it came out thick and fluffy, more like a spread or a dip. I will have to store this in a mason jar instead of my usual salad dressing jars that I pour from but this is going in favorite recipes folder! Thanks you:)

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  16. samah says:

    i love ur recipes the look so light and good thanx

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