Creamy Caesar Salad Dressing and Marinade

Creamy Caesar Salad Dressing and Marinade Recipe [paleo, primal, gluten-free, keto]

Today I am writing sitting on the corner of a hotel bed in Canada. The family travelled here for a work event, and Otto and I have the day to ourselves. Otto was a champion on his first two flights, and we are hoping for similar luck on our return voyage. We may have caught a cold from recycled airplane air or the sudden change in temperature, so we’re taking it slow this morning.

Before we left the states, we whipped up a Caesar salad dressing that is dairy- and gluten-free. We love using salad dressings to spice up our vegetables and to marinate meats, but buying store-bought dressings is usually either expensive or a compromise in ingredient quality. Its hard to believe it took us over 6 years in our paleo journey to figure this out, and we hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we do.

Kale Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette

Kale salad. It’s nearly impossible today to go to a restaurant or pre-made salad section of a grocery store without running into a kale salad. We now have the added gift of kale growing in our yard! We’ve taken advantage of this, and brought this nutrient-dense, leafy green with us to my parents’ house for Easter dinner. What we put together is pretty great, and it’s ridiculously easy to boot.

Even my dad, who does not like kale at all, liked this salad. Part of it is the freshness of real vegetables, but the other half is the salad dressing. Even if you can’t stand kale, make this pomegranate vinaigrette and keep it in the refrigerator for your weekly salads. It isn’t hard, and you’ll thank us later.