Creamy Cranberry Dressing

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This super tart Creamy Cranberry Dressing recipe is the perfect gluten-free addition to any fall meal, and is ideal for Thanksgiving.  Cranberries are a superfood, rich in antioxidants.  I like to sprinkle fresh cranberries on my salad when I use this dressing.  Because they are so mouth-puckering and tangy, I spare my husband and children, by using fruit sweetened, dried cranberries as a garnish on their salads, rather than the fresh ones.

I found this recipe in an old Sunset magazine and adapted it, replacing white sugar and some of the other ingredients with ones that I prefer.  I hope you enjoy this gluten free salad dressing; it’s autumn in a condiment.

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  1. In a vitamix blend cranberries, stevia, orange juice, lemon juice, and agave until smooth
  2. Blend in the thyme, mustard and salt, then drizzle in olive oil while motor is still running
  3. Serve over mixed greens
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40 responses to “Creamy Cranberry Dressing”

  1. Hey Elana,
    For xmas I’m getting my daughter all the essentials she needs for cooking(kids measuring set, cute apron, a hand mixer, mixing bowls, baking pans and a cookbook) I’ll give her, her own cupboard in the kitchen dedicated to just her stuff. While doing my shopping online I came across all kinds of childrens cookbooks. I got to thinking it would be really AWESOME if you had a cookbook directed towards children. The way you include your boys in so many of your recipes and they help you out in the kitchen, I bet you have tons more recipes that would be good for kids! I love the fact that everything you make is healthy, and none of the ones I found have healthy recipes in them :( Even your most of you regular recipes are extremely easy to make. Anyway, thought I would put it out there so maybe you can consider it for your next cookbook if you’re planning to put another one out :)

  2. I was very interested in trying the Creamy Cranberry Dressing. I don’t know how you prepare food in one of these Vitamix Blenders and how it is different from a regular blender. I would like to win one to try.

    Nancy

  3. Well, your site won’t let me leave a comment on your Vita mix contest post, probably due to the large number of comments! But I am excited to try this recipe, and my favorite recipe is Aguas Frescas–made it all summer, so delish!
    THANKS Elana!

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