Recipe by East Coast Recipes
"An alternative to using mayonnaise, and lowering the calories."
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plain fat-free Greek yogurt
spicy brown mustard
Honestly, I was suspect that a honey mustard salad dressing with so few calories and fat would taste good, but I had to give it a try. I had only blueberry Greek yogurt in the fridge, so I used Dannon plain nonfat yogurt and let it drain for a couple hours in a paper-towel lined colander. Wouldn't say this is my favorite honey mustard dressing, but to my surprise, this is pretty tasty and a lot healthier for you than the one that I've been making. I will be making this again.
Wow! Fat free never tasted so good! In fact I tested it on my husband who vows to never eat anything fat free (lucky him) and he didn't notice the difference - definite winner! This is one creamy dressing that you don't have to feel guilty about. Plus it takes so few ingredients that come together for something so tasty. This was a great little recipe to experiment with - changing up the type of mustard and subbing a little white wine vinegar for the lemon juice. I liked it so much I tried dijon and yellow mustard both with as much success as the spicy brown. All I added was a pinch of salt to taste. It was perfect over mixed greens, cucumber, thin sliced red onion and cherry tomatoes. This was so easy to make that I'll definitely be using it often! Thanks for a great recipe!
Fantastic!! I used Oiko's honey-flavored yogurt and French's spicy brown mustard for a very bold flavor. I also added 1 tsp of white wine vinegar to thin it just a bit. Will definitely make this again!!!
I used Oiko's plain Greek yogurt. I didn't have spicy brown mustard or honey on hand, so instead I replaced them with maple syrup ( Which is 40 calories fewer than honey when measuring 1/4 cup ), and I used yellow mustard which has 0 calories. Now, for each serving about 1/6 cup comes out to 27 calories per serving!!! Wuah~~~~ Not to mention, super delicious!!!
Thank you for sharing your recipe!! Will use this again and again!!!
I have to admit, when I was mixing this together, I was thinking "No Way!" It looked pretty unappetizing. But I was surprised. I love honey-mustard and have tried most of the low fat and fat free varieties at the grocery store. This was superior to any of those. I used mostly yellow mustard, with maybe a tablespoon of spicy mustard--my personal preference. Next time I'll up the proportion brown mustard a little bit. Don't get your expectations up that this is as good as full fat, but it's a darn good substitute.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Non-fat Honey Mustard Dressing
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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