Creamy Avocado Dressing

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Who's ready for a yummy dressing that you'll be putting on everything?! This is a creamy, rich dressing that can be used for salads, to top meat, a dip and anything else you want to slather it on! Healthy, all natural ingredients will make this your new go to instead of that squeeze bottle of chemicals. AKA ranch. Seriously, everyone, it's like a guacamole but better and you can use it for everything!

Let's compare this dressing to Ranch...just for fun I'll put the Ranch nutritional values in italics after the Creamy Avocado Dressing info. 

Serves: 32 
Serving Size: about 2 Tbs

                      Creamy Avocado Dressing                       Ranch Dressing 

Calories:                       47                                          148 w/140 cals from fat
Total Fat:                     5 g                                                      15.6g
Sodium:                       8.4 mg                                                287 mg
Potassium:                 56.1 mg                                                   0
Total Carbs:                 1.3 g                                                   1.3 g
Fiber:                         .8 g                                                        .1g
Sugar:                        .3 g                                                       1.2 g
Protein:                       1 g                                                       .4 g
Saturated Fat:             0                                                          2.4 g

Ranch dressing has NO vitamin A, vitamin c, Calcium or iron while the Creamy Avocado Dressing has all three


2 Avocados 
1/2 c Olive Oil
4+ Garlic Cloves
1 c chobani Greek Yogurt
2 tps Siracha, or other hot sauce


1) Put all ingredients into blender and blend until creamy with no chunks. Refrigerate

That's all folks! Enjoy this yummy dressing on anything! Let me know what you end up using it on! 

A tip from the kitchen: Add a little lemon juice and toss the pit in with the dressing when it's done to keep it fresh longer. 


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