Did any of you ever have a Big Mac? Yes, I am talking about the one from McDonald’s that has its on song and stigma attached to it. I’m not ashamed to admit that I have because that was what we grew up on before we knew any better!
As time went on and I educated myself about health and nutrition, McDonald’s was a distant memory to my body. However, I do remember really enjoying the Bic Mac Sauce. It was kind of sweet but tangy and had a good hit of garlic and onion. It really just made the dish. When I realized that this was actually Thousand Island Dressing I was super excited because it meant I could just start buying that.
Except when I did, it just wasn’t the same and was filled with a lot of sugar which made it taste syrupy and weird. Those are two words you definitely don’t want describing your food. It’s a good thing I am no stranger to making my own dressings and condiments because a homemade Thousand Island Dressing has been a game changer in this house.
Now that I’ve created this awesomeness, we can’t stop eating it. I love topping a bunless burger with it but we mostly use thousand island dressing on top of simple salads or broccoli slaw. This recipe also fits into dietary guidelines for Whole30, Keto and Paleo ways of eating!
Thousand Island DressingPrint
This thousand island dressing is Whole30, Paleo & Keto and is great for topping salads, chicken and burgers.
- Add all ingredients to a bowl and whisk until fully combined.
- Keep in an air tight container in fridge for up to 10 days.
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