Quick and simple, this strawberry vinaigrette is delicious. It’s sweet, tart, and goes wonderfully on top of a bed of greens.
Homemade dressing beats store bought any day! This vinaigrette especially tastes delicious when paired with fruit filled salads like our Kale Salad, Chicken Berry Salad, and definitely our Strawberry Harvest Salad!
An easy, delicious Salad Dressing
I am always searching for simple and quick salad dressings. This strawberry vinaigrette can be made in under 5 minutes!
We use this salad dressing on so many different salads (our favorite is with our Strawberry Harvest Salad). It’s the perfect dressing for a light summer lunch or side salad at dinner. Even my pickiest eaters will gobble up salads with this dressing poured over the top.
Isn’t the color to die for? The red from the strawberries is just gorgeous. And believe me when I say, it’s SO GOOD. I could almost drink this dressing…it’s that good. I love the combination of flavors and how they all compliment each other so well. Try this recipe and thank me later.
How to Make Strawberry Vinaigrette
JUST BLEND! This vinaigrette takes 5 min or less to make. Start the dressing by blending all the ingredients in a blender or food processor. Pour the dressing into an airtight container of your choice and refrigerate it until ready to serve. Add dressing to salad right before serving.
I told you it was easy!
Use over: This strawberry vinaigrette dressing tastes great served over a green salad or a fruit salad. You can even use it as a marinade for chicken or pork.
- Salad: Mixed green (spinach, lettuce, chard, kale). Toss in some goat, feta or blue cheese, add some sliced strawberries and slivered almonds
- Fruit: Use over a mixture of berries add bananas or kiwi.
- Marinade: Place chicken or pork in a container. Pour the vinaigrette over the top. Marinate for at least 2 hours.
- Gift: Put the vinaigrette in a small mason jar, tie some raffia or tulle around the top and give as a gift.
Recipe FAQ + Tips
How to store? This dressing can be kept in an airtight container in the fridge for 2-3 days.
Can I use Frozen Strawberries? You can use fresh or frozen berries for this recipe. If you are using frozen berries, allow them to thaw before blending so the juices can help bind and flavor the dressing.
Balance the flavor: Making your own dressing means you have control over the flavor. If the flavor is too tart, simply add some extra honey or maple syrup. If the flavor is too sweet, then add a bit of vinegar.
For more salad recipes, check out:
Strawberry Vinaigrette Recipe
- 1 cup strawberries with tops cut off
- 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon pepper
- Make the dressing by blending all the ingredients in a blender or food processor.
- Refrigerate dressing until ready to serve. Add dressing to the salad right before serving.