Raspberry Dressing (Vinaigrette), No Added Sugar

"This dressing is so tasty that I could eat it with a spoon, but amazingly it is suitable for serving to the two in my family who are diabetics. You would never guess that it has no sugar added. I adapted this recipe from one I believe I originally found in Homemakers magazine. Serving size is calculated as 2 Tablespoons per serving, but that will depend on personal preference."
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Ready In:
1/2 cup


  • 2 tablespoons raspberry vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons no-sugar-added raspberry jam (I use President's Choice Blue Menu 50% fruit raspberry, sweetened with sucralose)
  • 13 cup canola oil


  • Whisk raspberry jam, and raspberry vinegar together.
  • Add canola oil in a slow, steady stream while whisking. Vinaigrette will thicken.

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  1. Who knew great raspberry vinaigrette could be so easy? Do you know what they want for a bottle of raspberry vinaigrette? This recipe is a great find.
  2. This was easy to make and really tasted good - a nice change from my usual oil/vinegar dressing. I used Crofter's Organic Raspberry Fruit Spread (no sugar added), but only 1 tablespoon as I tasted and thought it was already sweet enough for my tastes. In fact, I think this would be equally delicious with balsamic vinegar or red wine vinegar. I will make this again! Made for PRMR Tag Game.
  3. I love this dressing! I made it for Thanksgiving and it was easy and delicious. It's so much better than bottled raspberry dressings. I will make this again and again.
  4. Simple and delicious. I love that it used ingredients I already had on hand. I served it over mixed greens and baby spinach with some chopped walnuts. Simple and satisfying. Thanks for sharing!
  5. This is a great dressing SB...And an added bonus is that it's virtually guilt-free. The only added fat is the good kind from the oil. I dabbedthis on a bed of mixed greens with mushrooms, grape tomatoes, celery and carrots. Wonderful, Wonderful...and I TY for posting.~ Made for PRMR.


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