While I was pregnant with my little princess, I developed gestational diabetics. To control blood sugar I used to take salad in between my lunch and dinner. I don’t know if my little princess loves to eat salads due to my habit. She and her dad likes to eat salad before dinner, she add some store bought dressing to the salad especially Italian, raspberry vinaigrette. So I keep some in my pantry or fridge.
As part of foodbuzz taste maker program, when I got a chance to try Marzetti Simply Dressed Salad Dressings I opted in. I know if the salad dressing is good, my little one will like it. They send me a free coupon to buy the product from the store. I decide to get ranch dressing as my hubby told me, ranch we know the taste, there is no way it would taste bad. To be on the safer side we can try ranch dressing, further it has been long time since we had tried ranch dressing. We tried it; my little one was very impressed and approved the dressing. As she is budding taste tester, in our home everything needs to get her approval.
I was pleased to found that Marzetti Simply Dressed Salad Dressing is made with a number of all-natural ingredients, such as extra virgin olive oil, canola oil and sea salt, which complement any salad or meal. Plus, the fresh-tasting line of salad dressings does not contain any preservatives, trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, MSG or artificial flavors or colors. It is available in the Kroger store’s refrigerated section.
I used lettuce, green, red, yellow bell pepper, carrot, pear, grapes and strawberries in the salad.
What you need
Ice berg Lettuce: 4 leaves
Green bell pepper: ½ of one (chopped into bite size)
Red bell pepper: ½ of one (Chopped into bite size)
Yellow bell pepper: ½ of one (Chopped into bite size)
Carrot : 1 no
Pear: 1 no
Grapes: 10 no
Marzetti simply dressed ranch dressing: 2 -3 tablespoon (add less or more depending upon your taste buds)
How I made
Wash all the vegetables and fruits into the running water and set aside.
Cut two leaves to iceberg lettuce into small pieces keep rest as intact. Chop all the vegetables and fruits into bite sizes and set aside.
In serving bowl place one iceberg lettuce and add mixed chopped vegetables and fruits, to this add ranch dressing and mix everything just before serving.
Enjoy as much you wish.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Yield: 4 serving
Will you make it again: Yes I will
Opinion expressed here is entirely mine.