Two-Minute Essential Oil-Infused Salad Dressings

23 August 29, 2016 - Essential Oil Recipes, Essential Oils, How to Use Essential Oils, Recipes, Uncategorized, Vitality™ essential oils, Wellness, Young Living Lifestyle

Grocery store salad dressings are full of all sorts of questionable ingredients these days—not to mention excess fat, sugar, and sodium. Use these recipes to whip up your own and feel good knowing exactly what’s in them, plus enjoy incredible essential oil flavor. The best part? These homemade salad dressings will be ready in less time than it takes to heat up that frozen burrito.

 

Sweet and Tangy Balsamic Vinaigrette

Ingredients

Directions

Whisk all ingredients together until well combined.

Pairs well with fresh basil, Roma tomatoes, and mozzarella balls.

 

Simple Vinaigrette

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon ground mustard
  • 1 tablespoon grated onion
  • 2 drops Lemon Vitality essential oil
  • 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Directions

Whisk all ingredients together until well combined.

Pairs well with mixed green salad, chicken, Young Living Organic Dried Wolfberries, parmesan, and walnuts.

 

Ginger-Honey Soy Dressing

Ingredients

Directions

Whisk all ingredients together until well combined.

Pairs well with Napa cabbage, chicken, green onions, mandarin oranges, peanuts, and sesame seeds.

 

What are your go-to tips and tricks for making vegetables taste delectable? Let us know in the comments section below!

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  • Kaye

    How long will they stay fresh in the refrigerator?

    • Hey Kaye! The dressings will start separating immediately, so we suggest making it the same day you plan on using it. Also, the recipe doesn’t make a ton of dressing at once, so using it all up and not having to store it will hopefully not be a problem. Thanks for stopping by and hope this helps!

  • Lori McEuen

    Hi, just wondering if there is an estimated time frame for the original Peace and Calming oil blend to be available for purchase? Thank you❤️

    • Young Living

      Hi Lori, Unfortunately at this time we do not have an ETA for when Peace and Calming® may be coming back in stock. We recommend checking the Out of Stock list in the Virtual Office for any updates! Thanks for stopping by!

  • Click Here

    Of course, what a great website and educative posts, I will bookmark your website.All the Best!

  • charlotte

    question – the bottle say ‘ not for internal use’ but these are saying okay to put in food… i’m confused

    • Young Living

      Hello Charlotte, For this recipe, we recommend using our new Vitality line of essential oils which are labeled for dietary use. The Grapefruit, Lemon, Lime and Orange Vitality essential oils are available for purchase in the Virtual Office for the US market. Thanks for stopping by with your question!

  • Sandra

    Thank you!

  • Love salad dressing recipes.

  • I look forward to trying these right away. Thanks for sharing them.

  • Laurie

    Can you use the non-vitality Young Living oils in these recipes? When will this line become available in Canada?

    • Young Living

      Hi Laurie, With the same constituents and purity, our Vitality line is labeled for dietary use, while the topical/aromatic line is labeled for topical and aromatic uses. We recommend following the usage directions on each individual product label. We are working to get each of the Vitality essential oils available for purchase in Canada. We apologize, at this time we do not have an estimated date of availability. Thanks for stopping by with your question!

      • Ruby

        Thank you this answered my thoughts about the difference between Vitality and topical oils.

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