Honey Mustard Dressing

Fresh salad with GF Melba Toast and Honey Mustard DressingPersonally, I think that honey mustard dressing should be listed as one of the best inventions on earth. Immediately after sliced (gluten-free) bread, of course. I love it on salads (especially fruit salads — try it sometime; you’ll never go back), I use it as a dressing for my gluten-free fried chicken, and as a dipping sauce for my gluten-free pretzels! I have even been known to just eat it with a spoon! Sadly, most of the store-bought versions of this delectable dressing contain various unsavory ingredients like high fructose corn syrup, soy, and even gluten! Luckily for me, Rita has come up with a delicious and totally allergy-friendly version of my favorite sauce! Bonus points because this one is natural and organic, too!



  1. In a clean blender, mince the garlic until fine.
  2. Add the golden syrup and guar gum and blend until smooth.
  3. With blender on “low,” slowly add the vinegar.
  4. Continue to blend gently and gradually add the olive oil.
  5. Finally, add the mustard and blend until smooth.
  6. Serve with your favorite salad or for dipping GF pretzels!
  7. On the rare occasion that there is any left, store for up to 7 days in the refrigerator an airtight container.
Fruit Salad with honey mustard dressing

Try honey mustard dressing on fruit salad!

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2 comments on “Honey Mustard Dressing

  1. Your Salad looks awesome and the dressing would be just perfect, great flavors! Thanks so much for celebrating Three Years at Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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