Victoria’s Garden Grown: The Organic Salad Dressing Made from Vegetables

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mambo Sprouts, but all salad-related opinions are my own.

I  know I should be eating more salads. I know this. And yet, when I’m at a restaurant and I need to choose what to order, I usually forgo the salad in favor of a gooey, greasy grilled cheese.

Because I have no self-control in restaurants, I’ve been trying to eat more salads for lunch at home and at work.  My go-to for dressing is a simple homemade olive-oil/balsamic vinaigrette.  But Mambo Sprouts recently sent me a 6-pack of Organic Victoria’s Garden Grown dressings, so I decided to mix it up a bit. Victoria’s Garden Grown dressing are NOT what I’m used to. They are dressings – MADE FROM VEGETABLES. And yes, they taste like vegetables. But they’re good!

My favorite flavor is the Carrot Ginger because it has a deep umami miso flavor. At 20 calories per serving (and a ton of Vitamin A), I pour it liberally over my salad of arugula and radicchio.  I add some plain canned tuna for protein, and I have a delicious and healthy lunch.

Victoria's Garden GRown

.I’ve been keeping an extra bottle of the Carrot Ginger dressing in the refrigerator at work so I always have a healthy option for lunch when I’m there, too.

Carrots are the second ingredient!!

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I love Victoria’s Garden Grown dressings on salads, but they are also great as a dip, a marinade, or a sandwich spread.

Screen Shot 2016-08-02 at 2.22.46 PMVictoria’s Garden Grown dressings are:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten-Free
  • Nutrient-dense
  • Certified Organic
  • Made from locally-sourced ingredients in Southern California
  • Low Sugar

Which Victoria’s Garden Grown Dressing would you like to try?

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Comments

  1. Pamela Napierala says:

    I think I would like to try the Kale Lemon Herb dressing.

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