Yogo-Mayo Dressing

Yogo-Mayo Dressing is the new Green Goddess dressing!

Do you remember Green Goddess dressing?

So, I may be dating myself but, I think it was popular in the 70’s and 80’s. Anyway, it was good and this is a healthy version of the dressing as I remember it.

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But, what does this have to do with Yogo-Mayo Dressing?

Yogo-Mayo Dressing not only tastes great but it has the added advantage of yogurt as an ingredient. Yogurt is a probiotic meaning that it contains beneficial bacteria which is good for your intestinal health. I love it when I can sneak probiotics into a meal without detection!!

Be sure to make Yogo-Mayo dressing ahead and refrigerate it so the ingredients meld their flavors.

In the following recipe, I have linked to products from my affiliate partners that I personally use and recommend.

Yogo-Mayo Dressing
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Serves: about 1 cup
  1. Blend all the ingredients together except the mayonnaise. I use the food processor and it works very well.
  2. Add the mayonnaise and blend well.
  3. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving.


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  1. KimH says

    Sounds delish and the picture is gorgeous. Im not a big dairy consumer, but every once i a while I really enjoy a yogurt/mayo dressing. I’ll have to try yours soon.

  2. says

    This looks really good! I just started adding in a very small amount of yogurt into my diet (I’ve been working on healing a dairy intolerance). I’ll definitely be giving this a try once I’ve increased my yogurt consumption a bit more.

    Thanks for sharing this at Fill Those Jars Friday!

  3. DC says

    I make a similar dressing, using dill instead of parsley and lemon juice instead of vinegar. yo-mayo makes such a wonderful salad dressing.

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