Do you like your dressing pungent? This oil free honey mustard dressing recipe hits the spot and is actually made with vegan honey.
I figure why put anything on my salad if I can’t taste it. Oil, in fact, actually makes the dressing milder. So bring on the mustard!
For this vegan honey mustard dressing, there’s even very little “sugar.” Instead, there’s applesauce and only 1 tablespoon of vegan honey or maple syrup if you don’t have vegan honey on hand. Be sure to also use unsweetened apple juice to keep the sugars low.
It can be difficult to find soy yogurt in the store so you can make your own with the homemade soy yogurt recipe or leave it out. Either way works. You could even use tofu mayonnaise as the base for this vegan honey mustard recipe.
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This Oil-Free Honey Mustard Dressing is a simple recipe, with virtually no prep time. You don’t even need a blender so clean-up is a breeze. If you want to enjoy more guilt free dressing, have a look at my list of 10 oil-free dressings.
I like to keep applesauce around to use as a sweetener for my pancakes and to make granola. I also like to have a batch of vegan mayo and soy yogurt on hand in the fridge.
It really helps to keep to your plant-based diet to have these items available. You’re less likely to slip up! Read these 7 Tips for Sticking with a Plant-Based Diet and my Beginner’s Guide to Easy Plant-Based Vegan Meal Planning to help you on your journey to Plant Based Cooking.
To store your vegan honey mustard salad dressing, I like to use canning jars. They have so many uses and you can easily find them in the store. I think Target has them… It keeps for about a week.
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Honey Mustard Dressing
- Whisk all the ingredients together in a bowl.
- Refrigerate in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.