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This healthy homemade salad dressing is made with siggi’s Icelandic-style skyr yogurt, fresh dill, mint, and lemon. It’s super creamy, high in protein, and so easy to make!

spoon dipping into glass jar with herbed siggis yogurt salad dressing

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When siggi’s approached me to participate in their #mysiggischallenge this year, I couldn’t have been more excited!

A little backstory: when I lived in NYC, siggi’s was hands-down my favourite yogurt to enjoy. Sadly, they weren’t available in Canada when I moved back home. When I first saw them on the shelves at my local Whole Foods here in Vancouver, I couldn’t believe my eyes! To say I was happy was an understatement – it was a true dietitian/foodie moment haha.

Anyway, back to the challenge! siggi’s has selected a handful of Canadian foodies and registered dietitians to use their Icelandic-style skyr yogurt in a creative, out-of-the-box way. Because siggi’s is made with simple ingredients, the challenge recipes must also be simple and easy to make.

My entry for the #mysiggischallenge? This homemade yogurt salad dressing! It’s ready in under 10 minutes and uses a handful of easy-to-find ingredients.

This creamy yogurt salad dressing tastes delicious, is high in protein, and has much simpler ingredients than most store-bought versions. I hope you love this one as much as I do!

white serving platter with romaine salad and herbed yogurt salad dressing in white ramekin

What Is Skyr (Icelandic Yogurt)?

Skyr is traditional Icelandic-style yogurt that has been made for over 1000 years!

Skyr is made by incubating skim milk with live active cultures, then straining away the watery whey component to make a much thicker, creamier, and more concentrated yogurt.

Because about 75% of the water is removed to make skyr, the process uses much more milk compared to regular yogurt! This results in about 2-3 times the amount of protein.

While similar to greek yogurt, I find skyr to be slightly less sour/tangy and more dense and rich in texture.

siggi’s Yogurt Ingredients

Aside from the delicious taste of their yogurts, one thing I absolutely LOVE about siggi’s is their commitment to using nutritious, healthy ingredients.

siggi’s yogurt is made with simple ingredients, 100% Canadian milk, and is naturally high in protein. Their flavoured options are made with real fruit and have at least 25% less sugar than the leading vanilla and fruit yogurts in Canada!

siggi’s products don’t contain any preservatives, thickeners, artificial sweeteners, artificial flavours, or artificial colours. All of these facts make the dietitian in me super happy :).

overhead shot of black bowl with romaine salad and siggis yogurt salad dressing

Where To Buy siggi’s Yogurt

You can find siggi’s at the following Canadian grocery stores:

  • Whole Foods Market (BC)
  • Real Canadian Superstore
  • Co-op
  • Extra Foods
  • Loblaws
  • Valu-Mart
  • Your Independent Grocers
  • Real Atlantic Superstore
  • Provigo
  • Dominion
  • Zehrs
  • Metro Ontario
  • Longo’s
  • Highland Farms
  • Commisso’s Fresh Foods
  • Coppa’s Fresh Market
  • Al Premium Foods
  • Adonis
  • Euromarché
  • Grand Marché Col-Fax
  • Mourelatos

You can use siggi’s Store Locator to find the store closest to you.

wood cutting board with siggis yogurt, mint, dill, lemon, olive oil in small bowls

How To Make Yogurt Salad Dressing

To make this creamy yogurt salad dressing at home, simply blend the following ingredients in a food processor or high-speed blender:

  • siggi’s plain skyr yogurt
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Lemon juice
  • Garlic powder
  • White wine vinegar
  • Honey
  • Fresh mint
  • Fresh dill
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Water

It’s so quick + easy! Once smooth, you can either use immediately or store in the fridge for later. This yogurt salad dressing is perfect for meal prep – just blend a large batch and store in the fridge for the week ahead!

herbed yogurt salad dressing in food processor

What To Serve With Yogurt Salad Dressing

There are many ways you can enjoy this herby yogurt salad dressing! For instance:

  • serve it over a crunchy romaine or spinach salad
  • use it as a dip for raw veggies, like carrots, cucumbers, or radishes
  • drizzle it over roasted veggies, like roasted potatoes or carrots
  • drizzle it on a pita sandwich or wrap
black bowl with romaine salad and siggis yogurt salad dressing

More Healthy Yogurt Recipes

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Get the Recipe: siggi’s Yogurt Salad Dressing

This healthy homemade salad dressing is made with siggi's Icelandic-style skyr yogurt, fresh dill, mint, and lemon. It's super creamy, high in protein, and so easy to make!
spoon dipping into glass jar with herbed siggis yogurt salad dressing
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup siggi's plain skyr yogurt
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp lemon juice (about 1/2 a lemon)
  • 1 tsp white wine vinegar
  • 1 tsp garlic powder (or 1 clove garlic)
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1/4 cup fresh mint
  • 1/2 cup fresh dill
  • 1/4 cup water (or to desired consistency)
  • Salt + pepper, to taste

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to a food processor or high-speed blender. Blend or pulse until well combined.
  • Use immediately, or store in an airtight container in the fridge!

Notes

*This salad dressing will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for about 4 days.
*Some ideas for how to use this yogurt salad dressing:
  • serve it over a fresh, crunchy romaine or spinach salad
  • use it as a dip for raw veggies, like carrots, cucumbers, or radishes
  • drizzle it over roasted veggies, like roasted potatoes or carrots
  • drizzle it on a pita sandwich or wrap

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