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I made it for a ceasar salad, it was great!!!!
Very yummy! I did make some changes. I used fat-free mayo, 1/3 less splenda (will used less next time), dijon mustard, and about 2 Tbs. parmesan cheese. It turned out great! Thanks for the recipe! [Photo uploaded with this review]
this is a good honey mustard sub. but not a caesar taste at all. i did cut the splenda in half and it was still too sweet for us. next time i will half the splenda again and try that. it just needs a new name.
At first, this tastes a bit odd, especially by itself. But pair it with the right combination of greens and toppings, and it can be a wonderful dressing! I like baby spinach, bacon bits, cherry tomatoes, and pecans. Yummy! Thanks for posting the recipe.
This didn't take like caesar dressing to me but it was very good nonetheless. I agree with MamaDonna that this would make an excellent dressing for coleslaw.
A new house favorite! Two of us are on South Beach and the other is allergic to dairy. Finally a salad dressing we can all enjoy. I lessened the amount of Splenda to six packets and used 1 t. of dry mustard and 1 teaspoon of garlic powder instead. This would be a great cole-slaw dressing too!
I make this using regular sugar and it's a family favorite. Great with croutons, lettuce and cherry tomatoes.
this salad dressing very easy and excellant.