Recipe by DANNON
"A quick and creamy balsamic salad dressing is made with yogurt, honey, and Dijon mustard."
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Dannon® All Natural Plain Yogurt
chopped fresh parsley
clove garlic, chopped very fine
freshly cracked pepper
This is delicious! We like it on spinach, dried cranberries, feta and walnuts. Very healthy!
This dressing was good, and very healthy. I found it to be a little tart though, so I am going to mix the leftovers with a little more honey and see if that helps. Also the color is quite off-putting, my husband wouldn't touch it! Good thing I didn't make it for him anyway.
This is an amazing dressing. I've never had a yogurt based one and will continue to make them. The only thing I did was add a dollop more of honey. It was excellent and can be altered with the variety of mustards and honeys available today. For the poster who didn't like the color - there is white balsamic and it's just as tasty.
I love this dressing. I use it on bow-tie pasta, cut up with tomatoes, avocado slices and shredded romano cheese. I substituted yogurt with lite mayonnaise and the Dijon with reg. yellow mustard. Delicious!
I poured this onto a simple romaine, carrot and cucumber salad, and it was SO GOOD. I used fat free yogurt and it came out perfect. A definite keeper.
This is a nice light salad dressing recipe. I am a big fan of balsamic vinegar in dressings, but had never tried a creamy one. It was quite tasty and my husband loved it (he won't eat oil & vinegar ones), but I'm still more of a fan of the non-creamy balsamic dressings. Still very good though!!
It wasn't the absolute best salad dressing I've ever had, but it was definitely good. I think part of our dislike was that we're not HUGE fans of creamy dressings. But, it was low fat (using low fat yogurt), had tons of flavor, so we cannot complain. We ran out of normal Balsamic vinegar (go fig), so I used White Balsamic Vinegar, and I used dried instead of fresh parsley. It was a dressing we'd use again. Next time, I'll try it with normal Balsamic. But, it had a good flavor and my wife and I both did like it. We just like vinaigrettes better than creamy dressings, as we found out.
Good taste. I think that if I cut the vinegar in half, the taste would be very nice!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dijon Yogurt Dressing
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 10
** Calories from Fat: < 1
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