Like this post and don’t want to miss more like it? Be sure to sign up for my newsletter at the end! Bright, fresh, tangy, and sweet that’s what this citrus salad dressing is all about! Made with fresh lemon juice, olive oil, and just a few seasonings it takes almost no time to prepare. This easy salad dressing recipe is perfect for your salads (even Deep S, Trim Healthy… Continue Reading
Make my creamy and easy ranch dressing recipe with real, whole food ingredients – no buttermilk needed! Trim Healthy Mamas, make it for S or FP salads by easily adjusting the amount of oil you add. It also doubles as a dip for your fresh veggies. Ever read the label on a store-bought bottle of ranch dressing? You might be shocked at what’s in it that isn’t even necessary. Like… Continue Reading
An easy, creamy apple salad, with a hint of peanut butter, that’s perfect for Autumn and THM E friendly! It’s low in fat and contains the healthy carbs we need to nourish our bodies and slim down. Great as a snack, dessert, or potluck offering. We’re finally into my favorite time of year — Autumn…or Fall, whichever you like to call it. That means cooler days, crunchy leaves, and crisp,… Continue Reading
Have you tried pomegranate vinegar yet? It’s slightly sweeter than raw apple cider vinegar and to me, less harsh. Paired with your favorite healthy oil, fresh garlic, and herbs it makes a divinely delicious pomegranate vinegar salad dressing. THMs be sure to look for raw, unfiltered, or with the mother on the label. When I discovered the amazing deliciousness of pomegranate vinegar in my Pomegranate Lemonade GGMS I also tried… Continue Reading
If you’re missing the “tangy zip of Miracle Whip” I’ve got something great for you! A super easy, no-cook copycat Miracle Whip recipe that’s THM-friendly, sugar free, and low carb.
Cool, crunchy cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, a hint of onion, all bathed in a slightly sweet, creamy, sugar-free dressing. I’ve THM’d my family’s favorite creamy cucumber tomato salad. It’s a perfect side dish for grilled meats and a potluck salad everyone will enjoy. Make it with garden-fresh cucumbers and tomatoes and you’ll be in heaven!