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Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your Sku

When you make a beautiful salad it needs the perfect dressing.

One that helps all of the ingredients shine and burst with flavor.

I’m always on the lookout to make an oil-free or low-fat dressing mostly because it means I can pour even MORE of it on my salad.

Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your SkuAllowing each fig wedge, apple chunk, and spinach leaf to luxuriate in liquid gold.

Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your Sku

I whipped this up using fresh pitted cherries (what a mess), cilantro from our csa, and fresh strawberries.

The balance of tart, savory, and sweet is on point. There is cinnamon in the balsamic that brings out a surprising warmth to an otherwise cool late summer condiment.

Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your Sku

Consciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing

  • Yield: approximately 10oz

Ingredients

  • 1-1 1/2 cups pitted cherries
  • 5 strawberries
  • 1 slice of onion
  • 3 tablespoons chopped cilantro
  • 2 tablespoons cinnamon pear balsamic*
  • 1-2 teaspoons walnut oil
  • pinch of sea salt

Instructions

  1. Add ingredients to a small personal blender cup and blend until smooth. Will keep for a few days under a tight lid in the refrigerator.

Notes

*Don't have cinnamon pear balsamic? Use regular balsamic with a sprinkle of cinnamon.

https://feedyourskull.com/2015/09/15/consciousness-boosting-cherry-strawberry-dressing/

Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your Sku

It’s a little thicker than syrup and a beautiful color that stays bright if it happens to last more than a few days.

Conciousness Boosting Cherry Strawberry Dressing | Feed Your Sku

We poured it over a salad of fresh cucumber, small chopped pink lady apples, fresh shredded carrots, quartered figs, mixed spring greens, toasted sunflower seeds, a few candied walnuts, and hemp seeds.

Seconds please.

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