Oil Free Vegan Blue Cheese Dressing

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Oil Free Vegan Blue Cheese Dressing

Jill Dalton
If you are looking for Oil Free Vegan Blue Cheese Dressing in the supermarket, you are going to be sadly disappointed. There are a few choices and they are all bad. That is why we created our own version of Blue Cheese Salad Dressing that is not only delicious but is loaded with nutrition. We replaced the blue cheese chunks with tempeh to give it that same strong fermented flavor and used hemp hearts, oats and plant based milk to replace the dairy heavy ingredients that are typical in a standard blue cheese dressing recipe.
4.84 from 6 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Salad Dressing
Cuisine American
Servings 6 people
Calories 71 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

Instructions
 

  • Add all ingredients to a blender except tempeh and blend until smooth
  • Stir in diced tempeh
  • Keep in the fridge for up to 5 days

Nutrition

Calories: 71kcalCarbohydrates: 5gProtein: 4gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 0.3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 11mgPotassium: 86mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 110IUVitamin C: 2mgCalcium: 42mgIron: 1mg

16 thoughts on “Oil Free Vegan Blue Cheese Dressing”

  1. Hi. I would like to give some of yur dressings a go. They sound delicious. What is liquid amino acid? Can I get it in Australia?

    1. Hi, I hope it’s OK that I answer for Jill. Briggs liquid amigos have a similar flavor to tamari or soy sauce which can be used as substitutes.

  2. This is good but I don’t get the bleu cheese connection. I will gladly make it again, minus the date, or part of the date (made it too sweet). This opens the door for some great variations on a creamy dressing that won’t have you longing for the oil-loaded dressings of yore.

      1. This blew me away, it’s so good and to me it’s just like blue cheese. I will be making this all the time. However I did use about 1/4th cup or so of cashews instead of hemp hearts because I didn’t have any.

  3. Is there a sub for tempeh? I don’t know much about it but there seems to be a big variety in the stores. What kind? Does it need to be cooked or marinated or any kind of prep? It seems hard if I squeeze a package, not soft like bleu cheese.

    1. The tempeh is what gives it that slightly fermented flavor like the blue cheese chunks do. The tempeh is raw. You chop it up into little chunks and it is the same texture as blue cheese chunks. You could use crumbled tofu but it doesn’t really add any flavor, just the texture of little chunks like blue cheese chunks.

  4. Surprised to find the tempeh at Walmart and it was good enough to eat on it’s own. I like the dressing but wondered how you got yours to look so white in the picture? Mine is gold/tan but still has great flavor. Mustard and the date are responsible for the yellow tint I suspect, Great Job. I needed something for Buffalo Cauliflower Wings.
    Used the Itailian Dressing on my pasta salad last week. These dressing are outstanding, compliant and better than anything available on the market today.

    1. Hello Scott, sometimes our camera lighting makes things look a little whiter. I also use deglet dates instead of medjool and I think that makes it a lighter color also. Glad you like it

  5. So delicious! I’m new to WFPB-No Oil lifestyle and I love salads but there aren’t many healthy vegan options out there. Thank you!

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