October 8, 2014 By Leanne Vogel December 21, 2018
Rev up your metabolism by adding keto MCT oil to the base of your next salad dressing like I did with this creamy dairy-free MCT Keto Caesar salad dressing recipe.
My MCT (dairy-free) Keto Pumpkin Spice Rocket Fuel Latte recipe was a huge hit on Sunday. You’re down with the keto MCTs which makes me really glad because I’m creating new recipes with this keto wonder ingredient left, right and center.
Did you know MCT oil also comes in powdered form? Ya! In its powdered state, it's much easier to use, travel with, and incorporate into your favorite recipes. Plus, if you've experienced digestive issues with MCT oil before, MCT oil powder is a lot gentler on the gut. Check out my favorite brand of MCT oil powder here.
More keto MCT oil action today, with a twist – we’re using it as the base for a creamy dairy-free Keto Caesar salad dressing to promote balance gut flora + supersonic energy.
If you do not have access to this keto wonder oil, no worries. I’ve got you covered with a couple of replacement suggestions. Read this if you have no flippin’ clue what an MCT is. It’s powerful supersonic, energy-creating, keto, toxin-clearing, candida-killing, stuff that has changed my life. No joke.
After you make this keto recipe, because you must, you’ll have lots of keto salad dressing sitting in your fridge waiting to be used. And maybe, you won’t feel like eating salad.
Keto Pasta sauce: Toss with zucchini noodles and top with fresh parsley + pumpkin seeds.
Keto Marinade: Add to a bag with raw meat or fish and marinade for up to 24 hours.
Keto Meat sauce: Drizzle over cooked chicken, chilled beef rib roast or pork chops.
Keto Egg topper: Mix in with scrambled eggs or drizzle over sunny side up eggs.
Keto Roasted vegetables: Roast vegetables to your liking and drizzle, or chill and toss.
BulletProof MCT Oil: 6x stronger than coconut oil. Mixture of caprilic acid and capric acid. Ratio unknown.
BulletProof Brain Octane Oil: 18x stronger than coconut oil, crazy concentrated and awesome. 100% Caprylic Acid.
Alpha Supreme MCT Oil: More accessible than the other two. 60% caprilic acid and 40% capric acid.
I made this recipe with the keto-tastic BulletProof Brain Octane Oil but any of the above keto MCT oils would do the trick. Because MCT oil is virtually flavorless, you can have a lot of fun with it while cashing in on the keto health benefits, tablespoon by tablespoon. And in this case, keto salad by keto salad!
That’s okay, try my Vegan Caesar Salad recipe, with keto hemp heart Parmesan! It’s a raw keto salad dressing made creamy with avocado flesh and spiked with a couple of capers. Heck, even if you like anchovies but want a bit of a change, you should give it a go.
Do you use your keto salad dressing for more things than just salad? I’d love it if you’d share your creativity with me! Comment below, sharing how you use keto salad dressing on more things than just salad…
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Hi! I’m Leanne (RHN FBCS)
a Keto Nutritionist, host of The Keto Diet Podcast, and best-selling author of The Keto Diet & Keto for Women. I want to live in a world where every woman has access to knowledge to better her health.