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A Recipe From One of Our Readers


A few years ago, I was given an AMAZING recipe from one of our readers, Julie Skinner.  I am so glad she reached out to me with this amazing recipe! 

Every year I set out to get some fresh strawberries at our local strawberry farm.  Here are some pictures from this years trip.

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There is nothing like fresh strawberries picked out of the field.  This year they were especially sweet making this trip to the farm even sweeter!  There is no doubt that I will be making a few batches of Julie’s amazing dressing, I look forward to it all year long!

My Favorite Kitchen Item That I Use All Summer Long!


So there is one kitchen item that I use all summer long, and it is this Chef’n Emulstir.  If you do not have one, it is a must in every kitchen!


Chef’n Emulstir, Emulsifier and Salad Dressing Maker 

I am not sure why people still try to buy healthy dressings at the store…salad dressings are so easy to make and taste so much better when you make them yourself!  And with this nifty tool you can explore away and make all different kinds of dressing.  

I have several of these salad emulstir’s because I always have at least 2 dressings in my fridge at all times.

An Organic Strawberry Dressing Recipe


So lets move onto this organic strawberry dressing recipe.  Several things I want to note:

  • Fresh is best and preferably just picked.  If you are unable to freshly pick them, get some organic strawberries and follow my steps to create the juiciest organic strawberries ever!
  • You don’t have to use just strawberries.  This recipe is great with red raspberries too!
  • Think this dressing is just for salads?  Think again.  Try drizzling this as an ice cream topping or as a stir in to your favorite yogurt.  It is fantastic!

Once you make this dressing I am sure you will agree, it is some of the best tasting dressing ever!

Quality Ingredients Matter


Be sure to choose some quality ingredients for this dressing.  

  • As mentioned above choosing strawberries when they are in peak season is ideal.  
  • You also want to pick a good quality organic extra virgin olive oil.
  • Lastly, choose a good balsamic vinegar.  It makes a huge difference in the dressing.  Here is my favorite vinegar: Roland Gold Balsamic Vinegar.  A little pricey, yes…but a little goes a long way and it taste absolutely amazing!

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Making This Easy Dressing


I think you will be surprised how easy it is to make this dressing.  Simply add your berries in a bowl and add your sugar and vinegar, stir and let sit for 1 hour or longer.  This allows the juices to come together and helps in creating a delicious sauce.

Now add the dressing to a blender or food processor and add the olive oil and salt and blend until it is liquified (about 20 seconds).  Store in a Chef’n Emulstir and refrigerate.  When you are ready to serve, use your handy emulstir to blend and stir the dressing.  Serve right away after you have emulstir your dressing.

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Keep It Simple And Showcase The Dressing


When making a salad, keep the salad simple.  The dressing is the show stopper here.  Don’t over power the salad with a strong cheese.  I like to do a blend of salad greens and then add in some fresh herbs.  I also added some edible flowers that I grew this year in my garden.  The oddly are sweet and offer a nice crunch to the salad.

Now go ahead and add the amazing dressing!  Don’t be shy, drizzle it all over and enjoy every bit!

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The Best Organic Strawberry Dressing Recipe Ever!
Prep time
Total time
Nutritional Information: Calories: 42.3 Fat: 3.6g Carbs: 3.1g Protein: .1g
Serves: 1 cup
  • 1 cup fresh organic strawberries or raspberries
  • 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tbsp organic cane sugar or sweetener of choice
  • ¼ tsp unrefined sea salt
  • 2 tbsp organic olive oil
  1. Mix berries with vinegar and sweetener.
  2. Let sit for at least 1 hour.
  3. Add salt and olive oil and liquify in blender or food processor.
  4. Refrigerate. Good on salads, fruit, ice cream (no kidding!), and greek yogurt.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 2 tbsp


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15 thoughts on “The Best Organic Strawberry Dressing Recipe Ever!”

  1. Healthy Alternatives, Living a Whole Foods Lifesty says:


  2. Julie Skinner says:

    Hey Halle! I was so happy for berry season to get here so I could make this again too! For a super easy summer supper, I top our salads with cold, leftover chicken or salmon. The berry flavor is really good with these proteins. This season, I’m considering freezing a few batches of dressing. What do you think? I was thinking to freeze just the blended berry/sweetener/vinegar portion. Then blending in the rest of the ingredients after thawing. Prolly not the same as fresh, but could be a nice late fall surprise…..

  3. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Sounds great Julie and I would be anxious to see how your experiment works b/c I would love to have this throughout the year. I am not sure how that works b/c strawberries can get funny when frozen, but they our pureed so that might make it okay. Keep me posted for sure if you do this!
    I think I might try to make this into a magic shell (hard shell over ice cream) for my girls. Instead of olive oil I am going to use coconut oil and then it should harden like magic. Do you mind if I adapt your recipe a bit to create the hard shell recipe? I of course will credit you :)

  4. Julie Skinner says:

    Of course, Halle! I’m honored that you want to use your creative genius on my recipe! :)

  5. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition says:

    Thank you so much! You’re the best :)

  6. Megan says:

    Hey! Just wondering what the shelf life would be on this? Thanks!

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      I’d say about a week or two at most.

  7. Phyllis Margolin says:

    I thought I had gotten another recipe from your website that had crushed garlic, champagne vinegar, brown sugar, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper. It was absolutely delicious. Unfortunately, I don’t have the measurements. Can you help me?

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      Doesn’t sound like one of my recipes, sorry.

  8. Michelle says:

    I love this strawberry vinaigrette recipe, I was wondering if I could substitute this strawberry dressing recipe with raspberries, using the same amount of ingredients.

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      I don’t see why not. You might have to strain the seeds out, but that is a personal preference.

  9. Linda McDonald says:

    I love your clay necklaces — ordered 3 for my daughter in Ft Lauderdale and 2 for myself in The Villages –the only disappointing thing was when I read your buy one get one free!!!! How do we know in advance re your sales??
    Enjoy all your recipe ideas — all delicious! Thanks! Linda McDonald

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      Hi Linda,

      I really don’t post advance notifications for sales on my products, but I really appreciate the feedback and will rethink this for the future. I do, however start all my sales on the first of each month.

  10. Jaime says:

    Did freezing this recipe work? I made too much and don’t think I’ll be able to eat it all in the alloted 7 days

    1. Halle Cottis says:

      I have never tried to freeze it before Jamie. You certainly could try and please do report back to us to let us know if it works or not! :)

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