Vegan Honey Mustard Dressing Recipe
Vegan honey mustard dressing has always been my top salad dressing of choice. It’s sweet, it’s mustardy, you really just can’t go wrong with it, especially once you find the perfect balance of ingredients.
I use this vegan salad dressing on the daily, it’s definitely one of my staples. I find I just don’t eat enough fresh vegetables unless I’ve got a delicious dressing on hand, so I generally make a big batch of this and have it in the fridge for easy use. It is especially good on this vegan broccoli salad.
If you are looking for something more like a vegan honey mustard dipping sauce, we’ve also got a great recipe for that. You can check out the vegan honey mustard sauce here. Or check out the rest of our amazing salad dressings (if I do say so myself) and condiments here.
Is Honey Mustard Vegan?
Honey itself is not vegan. Some plant based eaters are okay with consuming honey. But true vegans generally do not, since honey is produced by bees and vegans abstain from any animal products. However, it is remarkably easy to create a vegan honey mustard salad dressing recipe by subbing agave for honey.
Vegan Mustard Dressing Ingredients
The ingredients for this vegan honey mustard recipe are really simple, and you probably have most of them on hand. The ingredients are:
There is really no trick to this dressing, you just whisk it all together and you are ready to enjoy it. The recipe below makes around 3/4 cup of dressing but if you are a salad lover, just double the ingredients so that you have some on hand all week or several weeks.
My recipe also make a very strong dressing but you can taste it and if it’s too strong you can thin it out with a little bit of either water or oil.
I tend to use water when I want to thin out dressings to save on calories but many people find oil to be a better option. I do like my honey mustard strong though, so I don’t thin this one out.
How Long Does Honey Mustard Salad Dressing Last in the Fridge?
No need to worry about time with this one. It should last at least three weeks in the fridge, if not longer.
The general rule with salad dressings, or any recipe, is that they last as long as each individual ingredient would last. Since all of the ingredients of this salad dressing have extremely long shelf lives, the dressing will likely last a very long time as well.
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Whisk together all the ingredients or throw them in a jar and shake until well combined.
This recipe makes a very strong dressing. If you prefer a lighter flavor, you can thin it out a bit with either extra oil or by adding some water.
Feel free to make a large batch, it should last in the fridge a long time.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 120 Total Fat: 12g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 10g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 233mg Carbohydrates: 3g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 2g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 0g