Goddess Dressing Like Annie's

Goddess Dressing

Goddess Dressing Like Annie'sHow much do you love Annie’s Naturals goddess dressing?  It’s so yummy, right?

I’m pretty sure my mother-in-law introduced me to it one year in Taos. My friend, Natalie and I have done everything possible to get this premium dressing for less money.

We took turns driving to Whole Foods to buy it on sale. We ordered a case. Trader Joe’s makes a knock-off that I buy in bulk when I go to my sister’s house.

Then we decided to try to make it.

So here it is, our best guess at this dressing that both our families gobble up on everything from carrots to spinach to hard boiled eggs.  We think it’s pretty close to perfect!  Try it!

Here’s a picture of a salad that is perfect for pouring goddess dressing on:

Goddess Dressing, Recipe for Annie's

Goddess Dressing

1 cup sunflower oil

1/2 cup tahini

1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds

2-3 cloves garlic

1 tablespoon chives

1 tablespoon parsley

1/3 cup apple cider vinegar

1/3 cup soy sauce

½ teaspoon kosher salt

juice of 1 lemon

Place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse until smooth.


  1. i love annie’s low-fat gingerly vinaigrette, but i’ve been looking for something new, so i’ll try yours. it sounds wonderful.

  2. i could drink this, huh?

  3. ohmygosh alison! this is the first post that i read and i’m already totally addicted!! lol. i miss you SO much! even more now that my mouth is watering for some annie’s dressing! i wish someone would figure out the cheesecake factory’s asian dressing too! i’m gonna check out what else you have on here!

  4. Alison! Yay! I LOVE that dressing and it is expensive. I end up buying it in bunches on sale. Now I won’t have to! When I was pregnant with Max I would have spinach salads with cranberries and walnuts, sometimes avocado and that dressing… YUM!

  5. […] taido and alison: leftovers or one of about three salads. this one, my favorite salad (which i promise to post soon) or just a spinach salad with hard boiled eggs, whatever crunchy vegetables i have (celery, cucumber, carrots, turnips, red onion, bell peppers…) and annie’s goddess dressing (for which i also have a recipe). […]

  6. I made this this morning and it was delicious. Thank you for posting it! Since I used an especially juicy just picked lemon the finished product was a little thin. I added two TBS silken tofu and that did the trick to thicken it right up.

  7. Oooh! Good idea! I’m so glad it was yummy!

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