Cranberry-Vinaigrette ~ Super Food Remedies

Ward off a migraine headache with this awesome recipe.

Did you know that store bought vinaigrette's often contain ingredients that can trigger these debilitating headaches.

Some people experience these massive headaches from foods that contain MSG.

So, in the event you do experience this type of headache.

Perhaps it's time to look at your store bought food ingredients a little closer.

The greens you choose for your salads are really just the beginning.

The garnishes you add can be as creative and exciting as your imagination.

Try playing with all your flavor senses: salty, sweet, spicy, bitter.

By adding ingredients that play on some or all of these senses.

That "boring" salad can be a showstopper.

Our home-made cranberry-vinaigrette version does just that.

This is a stunning salad dressing!

Bright, bold and beautiful!

While salads are traditionally a starter item.

They can make great entrees themselves.

Any homemade dressing is a treat!

It can make even a simple plate of greens memorable.

Family and guests loved this dressing.

Which I served over a bed of mixed greens, sliced Red Delicious apple.

Red onion slices, and a sprinkling of toasted pecans.

Or use over any salad of your choice! For best results.

We always make our salad dressings ahead of the meal,

To allow the flavors to meld together.

And before serving, quickly toss it with the salad greens.

This dressing will make your taste buds tingle.

We know you'll enjoy!

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Makes 10 (2 Tbs. each) Serving


3/4 c. olive oil.

1/4 c. distilled white vinegar.

3 Tbs. cranberry juice.

1/2 tsp. dried basil.

1/4 tsp. sea salt.

1/4 tsp. freshly ground black pepper.


1. Combine oil, white vinegar, cranberry juice, basil, salt, and black pepper in medium mixing bowl.

Whisk thoroughly for a few minutes until oil is thoroughly emulsified.

Pour over salad or store in a container in the refrigerator for about 1 week.


Per Serving:

154 Calories,

0 g. Protein,

1 g. Carbohydrates,

17 g. Fat,

2 g. Saturated Fat,

0 mg. Cholesterol,

0 g. Fiber,

59 mg. Sodium


Monounsaturated Fats

These heart-healthy fats, found in both olive and canola oils.

Have been shown to reduce the frequency, duration, and severity of migraine headaches.

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