Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing


Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing
Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.
Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor.

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.

This sauce. It’s dreamy. It’s creamy. And it’s all around good.

Good for you and your tastebuds!

This healthy dressing is a great swap for any oil based dressing and it tastes delicious on this fajita salad. Btw, who else is in love with fajita salads this summer??

Anyway, this dressing is pretty much perfect for summer, not to mention dipping these sweet potato fries in, or serving over any spring greens.

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.

I’m all about those salads. It’s no secret, greens are my number one food. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner- they are always there for me, by my side fueling me up!

Finding fun ways to dress up my baby kale and arugula might be considered a favorite past time. 😉

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.

This incredibly easy sauce is whipped up in only five minutes in the food processor.

You can also use a blender, but this food processor is my favorite, hands down.

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30.
cilantro lime all the way!

It’s the green season. Time to break out those veggies and start dipping in some mega awesome cilantro lime avocado sauce!

I love how refreshing and light this recipe is- without oil. It makes the perfect blend of smooth + creamy and light + refreshing.

You can find me with a side of this and veg today. Enjoy!

Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor. Whole30 dressing. Whole30 dressing recipes. Whole30 salad. Whole30 easy recipes. Whole30 lunch ideas. Whole30 meal prep. Whole30 shopping list. Whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30. v
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Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing
Creamy and refreshing avocado cilantro lime dressing. Great for dipping veggies and topping off any salad. Dairy free, paleo, whole30 friendly. Made in minutes in the blender or food processor.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
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Course Sauce
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Rating: 3.66
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
batch
Course Sauce
Votes: 134
Rating: 3.66
You:
Rate this recipe!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a blender or food processor combine ingredients for dressing until smooth. Store in fridge for 5-7 days.
Nutrition Facts
Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing
Amount Per Serving
Calories 402 Calories from Fat 378
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 42g 65%
Saturated Fat 6g 30%
Polyunsaturated Fat 5g
Monounsaturated Fat 30g
Sodium 10mg 0%
Potassium 518mg 15%
Total Carbohydrates 10g 3%
Dietary Fiber 7g 28%
Sugars 1g
Protein 2g 4%
Vitamin A 8%
Vitamin C 21%
Calcium 1%
Iron 3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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  1. 1
    Anna

    So yummy! I made this the other day for dinner. Just wanted to make sure you know the recipe says it calls for 1/2 an avocado, although your Instagram says 1 avocado. I made mine with half and it turned out fine. Thanks!

  2. 2
    Cat

    Made this to serve over roast vegetables, it is such an easy recipe and such a creamy delicious dressing. Will definitely be making this again and might try it with zucchini noodles and a bit of nutritional yeast. Yum!

  3. 3
    Kendall Milby

    Is there a substitute for cilantro? I’m one of those odd people who can’t take the taste. I love avocado a def want to try this dressing!

  4. 5
    MJ

    Hi! This sounds so yummy 🙂 I know the serving size says 1 batch, but how many salads could you make from a batch? What would the individual serving size be?

  5. 9
    taha

    Made this to serve over roast vegetables, it is such an easy recipe and such a creamy delicious dressing. Will definitely be making this again and might try it with zucchini noodles and a bit of nutritional yeast. Yum!

  6. 10
    Woowie

    I cannot wait to try this. I have been looking for a healthier dressing to go with my chicken fajita salad, instead of oil and sugar.

  7. 11
    Dorean

    Tried it and it is absolutely refreshing and delightful, I would eat this as a dip, I would put this on salmon anything thanks for sharing this!

  8. 16
    EJ

    This is the second recipe of yours that I’ve tried (1st was sage & rosemary turkey sausage) and yet again it was another winner. This sauce is incredibly versatile; however, I’ve been using it for sardines tapas on gf toast. So instead of avo toast, I use this sauce–put a schmear on gluten free toast, followed by thinly sliced cucumber, wild caught sardines with TJ’s Everything But The Bagel seasoning and a drizzle of EVOO. Yum! Talk about a nutrient dense meal that full of so much flavor. This is my stand by for post workouts too. Thanks Kaylie for another fantastic recipe. Can’t wait to see what I’m going to try next.

  9. 18
    Jordan

    Thanks so much for this! I was missing that creamy taste since I’ve been doing no dairy. I didn’t have olive oil so substituted it with sunflower seed oil, it’s so mild it didn’t ruin it but olive oil would have been lovely! I juiced a whole lime and half a lemon bc I’m crazy about citrus. And I added cayenne pepper. I wish I would have notice the water suggestion bc mine was a bit thick but it was a nice way to coat my kale salad (with diced beets, cucumbers and sliced cherry tomatoes) oh and I just used 1/4 teaspoon of pink himalayan salt. This will be a new go to dressing for me!! Wonderful idea!

    • 21
      Kaylie

      Hi Lety, I haven’t heard of storing this in the freezer, so I cannot say- I haven’t personally tried it and don’t know how well that would work out.

  10. 22
    Sandra Duke

    Thanks for such a simple yet tasty recipe. Soo,soo good. I will be sharing this with firnds and family. A winner for sure.

  11. 23
    Jamie

    Did anyone have problems with it coming out real tart I don’t think it was the lime what kind of olive oil? I used extra virgin olive oil should I maybe of used a lighter one?

  12. 34
    Nancy

    I love this stuff. Just made a batch and used it in a burrito bowl with spicy black beans, brown rice, and kale dressed in a jalapeño/lime dressing. (I know, this is not a paleo meal). I’d use it on salmon, roasted veggies, you name it. A really delicious and versatile sauce. It was actually in my fridge for a week before I finished it, and it did just fine. Thank you for this!

  13. 37
    Chela

    I just made the dressing and tried it with fish and lettuce wedges delicious I’m going to have it with other foods, Thanks.

  14. 39
    Beth Wall

    Hi there! I’m about to launch a small health and wellness start-up and I was wondering if I could feature this recipe on my IG and website? I would of course highlight that it is your recipe and not mine. It’s delicious and I would love my people to know about it! Please let me know 🙂

    • 40
      Kaylie

      Hi Beth, thank you for asking- you may share a photo and tag my account, but please not not share the actual recipe… you can link it back to my account. Thank you!

  15. 41
    Olivia Green

    Thank you for this amazing recipe, Kaylie!
    I have been a fan of avocados, especially after I was introduced to the world of superfoods. I’ve been a hard-gainer, and always focused on eating more in order to build muscle. Unfortunately, over the years, it messed up my digestion and caused regular bloating.
    It was only after I started taking superfood salads and powders that i was able to recover fully. I’ve reviewed one such product that helped me with my indigestion, and would love to have you check it out: Detox Organics Reviews
    Thanks, and I’m gonna get back next week after I try this avocado recipe!

  16. 42
    Samantha Kemp

    Hi there! Just curious what the shelf life is for this dressing? If I make a batch do I have to finish it all that same day? Thanks!

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