This post is sponsored by Grocery Outlet, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
You’ll want to eat a salad every day when you serve it with this healthy and delicious Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing. It’s naturally vegan and gluten-free.
Do you make your own salad dressings?
They are really easy to make at home in very little time.
You’ll save a lot of money, plus many store-bought versions contain ingredients I can’t even pronounce.
And Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing is at the top of my list, too!
Eating healthy and organic doesn’t have to be expensive.
One of my favorite places to shop is Grocery Outlet.
While you never know what you’ll find there, it will always be a bargain!
My favorite section of the store is called NOSH (Natural, Organic, Specialty, Health).
I find so many of my favorite vegan and organic products here.
Check out the deals I got at my local store for this salad dressing recipe (prices and selection may vary by location):
Dijon mustard (8 oz.) $1.49
Organic apple cider vinegar (32 fl. oz.) $3.99
Organic pure maple syrup (12 fl. oz.) $6.99
Extra virgin olive oil (750 ml) $6.99
Himalayan pink salt (16 oz.) $2.99
I’ll be able to make a lot of salad dressing with these ingredients!
I also love that Grocery Outlet stocks a nice selection of organic produce. I picked up some organic lettuce, mushroom, and tomatoes for the salads.
I got all of this (and a few other items not shown) for under $50. In fact, with the $3 Grocery Outlet coupon, I saved over 60% off retail!
Now that we’ve shopped for our ingredients, let’s make Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing!
I like making mine in a jar so I can easily combine the ingredients.
Plus, then I can store the jar of dressing in the refrigerator for later use.
I like to make a batch every week since it’s such a versatile dressing.
It’s delicious on green salads, bean salads, pasta salads, and over roasted vegetables.
Have you ever shopped at Grocery Outlet? Share your favorite healthy finds in the comments!
Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing
- Combine all the ingredients in a small jar.
- Shake well and serve on your favorite salad.
If you make Dijon Mustard Salad Dressing, or any of the other recipes on the website, I would love to see your creations!
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