Delicious, creamy, and easy. So much better than any store-bought dressing. Creamy Paleo Caesar Salad Dressing. To make a sauce or dressing Paleo, there are a lot of simple substitutions you can make like switching olive oil for vegetable oil, or simply removing the sugar as an ingredient. My big challenge with this salad was making a creamy dressing flavorful enough that you don’t miss the typical buttermilk or sour cream and parmesan cheese ingredients (although, if you follow a primal or lacto-paleo diet, you could still top this salad with some coarse grated parmesan, but it isn’t necessary).
Paleo Caesar Salad Dressing Recipe – It’s impossible to find a gluten-free, dairy-free Paleo friendly version, so I made my own Paleo Caesar Salad Dressing. After my friend Natalie of Honey, Ghee, & Me bought me a bottle of this Avocado oil, I have been addicted to making my own creamy dressings. It’s easy to see what’s wrong with the conventional brand. This will cause your dressing to emulsify and become lusciously thick and creamy. Quick and Easy Salmon Salad. Creamy Caesar Salad Dressing No salad dressing list would be complete without a Caesar dressing recipe.
Along with creamy homemade dressing, the salad is topped with crunchy almond-crusted chicken. Eating our salads with dressing, lots of it, is not only tasty, but is also a very good idea nutritionally. There are many variations on this dressing, with some that include Worcestershire sauce, eggs and sour cream, but I find this version especially delicious and simple to prepare. In our case, we’ll go without the croutons and add the Parmesan only if desired for a Paleo Caesar salad.