Poppyseed

Dressing & Marinade

  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegetarian
Poppyseed Dressing & Marinade

A slightly sweet poppyseed dressing. It is a great addition to a fruit salad or add to cabbage and use as a coleslaw.

Poppyseed Nutrition Facts

WATER, SUGAR, CANOLA OIL, APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, EGG YOLK, DISTILLED VINEGAR, LESS THAN 2% OF POPPY SEEDS, DRIED LEMON PEEL, SALT, ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE, DRIED ONION, NATURAL FLAVOR, LEMON JUICE CONCENTRATE, XANTHAN GUM, ACACIA GUM. Contains Egg.

* The nutrition information and ingredients contained in this list are based on our current available data and may change from time to time. Please refer to the product package for the most accurate information.

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Diana Yorgan

This is my hands down favorite dressing. It’s amazing that it tastes so wonderful and only 50 calories for 2 Tablespoons. I use it even when I guests that aren’t on a diet and they love it. So why is it impossible to find in the stores? I’ve asked our local Safeway to carry it but no luck. I was going to bite the bullet and order it from an on-line supplier but they had a note that I had to agree to substitute if not available. Hey Litehouse can I order from you direct??

05/17/2022
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Trish Martinson

I purchased this dressing to apply to a fresh strawberry and fresh spinach salad. The recipe specifically called for a poppyseed dressing. I thought my decision to go with Litehouse couldn’t fail, given how much I cherish their Sesame Ginger Asian Dressing, which I use on Taylor Farms Asian Chopped Salad Kit. The kit contains two packets of their Asian dressing, which I replace with Litehouse—significantly better! Well, I sincerely wish I had two packets of Taylor Farms Poppyseed Dressing that accompanies their Sweet Kale Chopped Salad Kit vs the Litehouse Poppyseed Dressing! It was extremely disappointing resulting in a bitter aftertaste and a nauseous feeling. Unfortunately, I purchased two pounds of fresh strawberries and two bags of fresh spinach, which will be trashed soon. I simply can’t bear having that Litehouse dressing again and don’t have time to make or buy a different poppyseed dressing, given that the strawberries have a brief freshness window. I’ve been waiting for the store I shop to again stock Litehouse’s Raspberry Vinaigrette—now I’m a bit reluctant to get too excited about that flavor due to actually feeling ill from the poppyseed dressing. Respectfully submitted.

08/27/2021
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