Light and Creamy Avocado-Lime Salad Dressing

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Creamy Avocado-Lime Salad Dressing – Tangy, smooth, lightened up Avocado Salad Dressing prepared with avocados, lime juice, and creamy yogurt. 

pouring avocado lime dressing over salad

Light and Creamy… it’s one way to fight back all that quarantine-candy-eating. 

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As long as you voted, that’s what matters. Can’t cry if you didn’t vote, m’kay? 

I really hope that you’re in the mood for something fresh and light. Casseroles and Chilis are still brewing, but if we want those skinny jeans to look good in our Summer bods, Avocados and Smoothies are beyond a must. 

My morning routine always involves a healthy sipper, like this Strawberry Smoothie, but my lunch is all about the salad and the Avo…that’s what the cool kidz call it diz dayz.

Anywho. Let’s just not talk about all the chocolate that comes in between those two meals…
Come on, now. We gotta LIVE a little!

blending avocados with yogurt in a blender

Why Avocados are Healthy

…and since “living a little” (longer) means involving healthier options, your new bestie should be this beautiful Avocado fruit. Yes, it’s a fruit…there’s a pit in it which apparently is what makes it a fruit. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ 

In fact, this fruit provides many potential health benefits.

Avocados contain a wide variety of nutrients, including 20 different vitamins and minerals. They also contain more potassium than bananas! They’re loaded with fiber, as well, and loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Its creamy texture and rich taste is an added bonus!

You can add them to a number of recipes, including salads and salad dressings, or just scoop them out and EAT!

How To Make Creamy Avocado Salad Dressing

And speaking of eating… who wants to replace their bottled Ranch Dressing with my outrageously delicious, creamy, light and good for you Avocado and Lime Salad Dressing!?

You wouldn’t be mistaken. It’s so great and your heart will thank you. 

And it’s super easy.

  • Just combine plain yogurt, avocado, olive oil, lime juice, and some seasonings in a blender; blend until creamy.
  • Then, serve as a salad dressing or a DIP. πŸ₯‘ ❀️ 

jar with avocado yogurt dressing


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jar with avocado yogurt dressing

Light and Creamy Avocado-Lime Salad Dressing

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WW Freestyle: 3
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time2 mins
Total Time10 mins
Tangy,smooth, lightened up Avocado Salad Dressing with lime juice and creamy yogurt.
Servings: 20 ounces
Calories: 85


  • 4 cups non-fat plain yogurt
  • 2 avocados, peeled, pitted and diced
  • 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 4 tablespoons fresh lime juice, (about 2 limes)
  • 1/4 cup packed fresh cilantro or parsley
  • 1 clove garlic, roughly chopped
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder, or to taste
  • salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste


  • Combine all ingredients in your blender and blend until smooth.
  • If consistency is too thick, add more olive oil, a tablespoon at a time.
  • Taste for seasonings and adjust accordingly.
  • Transfer to a jar; close with a lid and keep refrigerated for 10 days.


  • Store in an airtight container and keep in the fridge. Dressing is good for up to 1 week to 10 days.
Nutrition Facts
Light and Creamy Avocado-Lime Salad Dressing
Amount Per Serving
Calories 85 Calories from Fat 54
% Daily Value*
Fat 6g9%
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Cholesterol 1mg0%
Sodium 40mg2%
Potassium 226mg6%
Carbohydrates 6g2%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 4g4%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 54IU1%
Vitamin C 3mg4%
Calcium 100mg10%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

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85 Responses
  1. Katie

    What is the serving size for the 85 calories? I see that it makes 20 ounces total but was wondering how much was portioned for the 85 calorie count in your calculator. Thank you!

  2. T. Lundeen

    Question. You say this makes 2-2 1/2 cups but you use 4 cups of yogurt. Is one of those numbers a typo. Should the yogurt amount be 2 c.

  3. Erika

    This sounds great! Do you have a suggestion for a dairy-free replacement for the yogurt? My daughter is lactose intolerant but I know she would love this dressing.

    1. T. Lundeen

      some people who are lactose intolerant can handle yogurt. If she is also casiene intolerant it would not work. I am lactose intol and I can do this dressing. You might try making a cashew “butter” and adding extra lime or a bit of rice vinegar to get the yogurt bite or you can invest $$ in So Delicious yogurt.

  4. amanda whitley

    the only “fact” i learned was that an Avocado is a fruit. i learned the kids thought a vegetarian was a veterinarian.

  5. vickie

    LOVE avacado and eat almost everyday..I didn’t learn anything about the avacado but was reminded that it is a good fat versitle..I just made the best chocolate avacado cookies EVER..
    I DID learn that kids are so honest..and just stinking cute..I think women tend to be healthier πŸ˜‰ Thanks.

  6. BusyWorkingMama

    The kids are so cute! And your recipe looks delicious. I learned that avocados are free of cholesterol!

  7. shelly peterson

    I learned that avocado’s are a fruit not a vegetable since they have a seed. Also that dairy comes from Dairy Queen, thought that was funny.
    cshell090869 at aol dot com

  8. Vicki

    I knew most of the things that were mentioned about avacados, but I did learn that those kids were really cute! And that I can hardly wait to try out that dressing!

  9. Vicki

    I didn’t actually learn anything new from the video, I did however enjoy all the kiddies learning new things, PLUS, I can’t wait to make that dressing!

  10. Paula D.

    I had not heard about how to tell the difference between a fruit and a vegetable. It’s making me rethink quite a few foods. Hmm…this is my “learn something new everyday” for today – thanks!

  11. heather

    I watched the entire video and I learned that vegan’s eat nothing that comes from an animal at all. The two kids are super cute and I just loved their answers I love that they eat vegetables and love avocados.

  12. Gina M

    I learned that they are a fruit and not a veggie due to the pit inside.

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  13. Auntiepatch

    I learned that avocados are fruits because they have seeds. I’ve never really thought about it. Also, I like the kid that thinks dairy products come from Dairy Queen!

  14. Nicole ~ Cooking for Keeps

    I absolutely LOATHE wasting calories on fattening dressings. There are so many healthier options out there, why on earth would you? This has everything we all love about creamy dressing, but health, and I’m sold!

  15. carol clark

    its so cute how kids are i learned that we need to teach our kids more well i do that is and that avocodo is a fruit

  16. Sandy Headtke

    Dairy products come from Dairy Queen, avocados are a fruit and vegans don’t eat anything that comes from an animal.

  17. Pamela Gurganus

    Something I learned from this video is that avocado is a fruit and not a vegetable! My goodness…where have I been and under what rock have I been living? πŸ™‚ Thank goodness for children and the things we can learn from them! Thank you for this awesome giveaway opportunity and best wishes to all those entering! Happy holidays everyone!

  18. kiley

    I learn ed that you can get dairy from dairy queen, and avacados are a fruit. Most of all I learned that kids are too cute!

  19. Cynthia G

    natural good fat your body needs can be added to all meals of day due to light flavor profile

    They are technically a fruit but are not sweet πŸ™‚

  20. Stacey Roberson

    I learned that by eating healthy and showing your kids how to eat healthy, it will help them make better diet choices now and in the future.

  21. Diane P.

    I learned a couple of things from the video: 1) The youngsters of today know so much more than we knew at their age, and 2) The avocado is a fruit,

  22. Sharon

    Those kids were adorable! I learned that in kid-world, avocados go by an alternate name: ottocado. I think I like that one better. πŸ™‚

  23. Stephanie Phelps

    I learned that Ava codas are a fruit because they have a seed I know they are really healthy for you!

  24. Brenda Saball

    Actually, I already knew everything they talked about in the presentation but I will be making the salad dressing!

  25. James Robert

    I learned about PHD’s pretty healthy dudes lol and loved her comment about vegetarian where she thought a vet. Avocados is a fruit

  26. Lisa Brown

    I learned: Since avocados have a seed, they are considered a fruit πŸ™‚
    Thank you!

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