Apple cider vinegar is such a versatile vinegar. It’s a great way to help your health and can be used in so many recipes. You can drink it, cook with it, and even use it in dressings! So, if you’ve been a bit hesitant to hop on the apple cider vinegar train, know that these recipes are a wonderful introduction to start consuming this vinegar. Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Spicy Chipotle Salad Dressing
Source: Spicy Chipotle Salad Dressing
2. Oil-Free Berry-Miso Salad Dressing
3. Sweet and Tangy Green Chile-Chipotle-Cilantro Dressing
Adding nuts to a basic oil-free dressing created that nice, creamy richness I craved and took the edge off of the tang of vinegar. This Sweet and Tangy Green Chile-Chipotle-Cilantro Dressing by Annie Oliverio is perfect for salads!
4. Kale Salad With Creamy Ginger Tahini Dressing
Fresh ginger helps calm a troubled tummy, while sesame seeds and tahini provide great levels of copper and magnesium. Plus, kale is super rich in antioxidant vitamins K, A, and C and has been shown to reduce both cholesterol levels and fight cancer. So, let’s eat this Kale Salad With Creamy Ginger Tahini Dressing by Amber St. Peter!
5. Real Vitality Tonic
Source: Real Vitality Tonic
If you’re looking for something to help detox your body, this Real Vitality Tonic by Eat Like You Give A Fork by Mareya Ibrahim is an excellent drink! This is also a wonderful way to start drinking apple cider vinegar.
6. Unicorn Chocolate Cupcakes
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Do you need a bit more magic in your hum-drum life? Then these Unicorn Chocolate Cupcakes by Holly Jade are for you. The moist chocolate buttermilk cupcakes are topped with a decadent buttercream frosting and decorated with all of the toppings to bring your childhood dreams to life. These cupcakes are great at a party and provide the perfect canvas to show off your creativity.
7. Healthy Banana Bread
Source: Healthy Banana Bread
8. Avocado and Tofu Ricotta Sourdough Toast
Sour cream is one of those foods that makes a recipe go from delicious to perfection. But what if you are dairy free? This Avocado and Tofu Ricotta Sourdough Toast by Ally McLaughlin fills the void. It’s creamy and tart and just as good as the traditional version.
9. Easy Sour Cream
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This Easy Sour Cream by Holly Bertone is one of those foods that makes a recipe go from delicious to perfection. But what if you are dairy free? This vegan sour cream fills the void. It’s creamy and tart and just as good as the traditional version.
10. Sesame Citrus Dressing
Source: Sesame Citrus Dressing
This Sesame Citrus Dressing by Natalie Martin MS, RD and Lexie Staten MS, RD is rich, creamy and versatile. You can make a big batch to keep on hand as your go-to salad dressing. In the refrigerator, it will keep for up to 2 weeks.
11. Spicy BBQ Cauliflower Wings With Cashew Dipping Sauce
These Spicy BBQ Cauliflower Wings With Cashew Dipping Sauce by Haley Gallerani are the perfect finger food for you and you friends to grub down on and this recipe is especially good. The baked breading provides a tasty, crunchy mouth feel to the cauliflower that is finished with some tangy spice from the sauce. Forget game day, these are for every day.
12. Herb and Pistachio Crusted Spirulina Blue Cheese
Perfect as a soft cheese or baked into a harder cheese with a rind, this Herb and Pistachio Crusted Spirulina Blue Cheese by Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman will steal the show on any appetizer plate. With a base of cashews, this vegan cheese is high in protein and healthy fats, with a neutral flavor that allows you to add your favorite seasonings and toppings!
13. Fire Cider Vinegar
Source: Fire Cider Vinegar
Not only is this Fire Cider Vinegar by Gabriella Hose and Joe Furini an incredibly useful cooking ingredient, it also has numerous medicinal purposes. Fire cider vinegar is well-known in the herbal community and it has tons of immune boosting and anti-microbial properties. Enjoy flavor and health benefits all in one jar.
14. Pickled Radishes
Source: Pickled Radishes
Pickled Radishes by Victoria Jackson are satisfyingly sour. They are a go well with barbecue and are super simple to prepare! The only things that you’ll need to make these pickled radishes are vinegar, garlic, and organic sugar. You got this, no excuses.
15. Peach and Lemongrass Shrub
Source: Peach and Lemongrass Shrub
This refreshing Peach and Lemongrass Shrub by Courtney West is the ideal mocktail base for a warm summer night. The sweetness of the peaches and maple syrup is complimented by the subtle citrus of the lemongrass and everything is tied together by a bold tang from the apple cider vinegar. Plus, shrubs (drinking vinegars) are great for the digestive system and the overall health of your gut.
If you’re wondering how apple cider vinegar helps your health, check out this article!
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