Recipe: Chipotle Raspberry Salad Dressing

Our local Quiznos sandwich shop sells a salad they serve with a sweet with heat, chipotle raspberry dressing. I love the stuff! There isn’t a drop left in the container when I’m through. Thus the need to recreate their fantastic salad dressing. Otherwise the alternative is to spend too much time and too much money at Quiznos.

Raspberry Chipotle Dressing

It’s taken a few weeks to get the right combination of ingredients, but I’ll toot my own horn and say this this a pretty good copy cat alternative. I can’t wait to baste grilled chicken with it!

Happy cooking!

Chipotle Raspberry Dressing with Green Salad

Chipotle Raspberry Dressing with Green Salad

Chipotle Raspberry Salad Dressing
  • ½ cup sugar free raspberry jam
  • 1 clove garlic, finely minced
  • ¼ cup light mayonnaise
  • ¼ cup low fat milk
  • ½ small lime, juiced
  • ¼ tsp chipotle powder
  1. Combine in a blender, and chill for 30 minutes to blend flavors.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 4½ cup servings

Amount Per Serving

Calories: 79, Weight Watchers PointsPlus 3
Total Fat: 2.82g
Cholesterol: 3mg
Sodium: 24mg
Total Carbs: 19.23g
Dietary Fiber: 0.95g
Sugars: 11.32g
Protein: 0.84g

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  1. says

    Sometimes if you love food from other places too much, you just have to recreate it yourself! The raspberry dressing looks delish! I love raspberries. I bet it goes so well with that gorgeous salad. And great for a light lunch too!

  2. says

    I was just thinking yesterday that I need to find some diet friendly dressing recipes because I’m tired of buying them. This one sounds pretty tasty and I like the idea of a raspberry dressing with some heat!

    • says

      The nice thing about making your own dressings is you can skip all the preservatives. I saved a few salad dressing bottles and use those for my own dressing.

    • says

      Isn’t it a pretty color? The salad was just a plain salad, but it really is great with a grilled chicken salad with lots of tomatoes and black beans. Yum!

  3. says

    hey, you are right, that is one darn good dressing, have eaten it myself… and this recipe is a killer, thanks for taking the time to figure it out, I can’t wait myself to use it on so many things – first up is some pork loins I already have… Thanks

  4. says

    I’m not too fond of sweet dressings on a salad however grilling is another story altogether! You sold me on the chicken grilling idea right away. I really like chipotle powder, it kicks up the flavor and imagine it is fantastic with raspberry. Congrats on the copy cat thing too. Bookmarked this one for a warmer day :)

    Have a great weekend Kristi.

    • says

      Thanks Kathy. We are fortunate that our grill is undercover at our new house, so we can grill even in the crummy weather. I agree with you and love the smoky flavor of chipotle. You have a good weekend too!

  5. says

    love this type of dressing, We had a sub place called Fire House Subs that had the same type of dressing and I drained it too. I will have to make this one, thanks!

  6. says

    One of my favorite things about eating out is getting new ideas for things to make at home. I’ve never had this dressing, but it sounds like something I would really love! Great combination of sweet and savory flavors!

    • says

      The salad combination is simple, but really good too. Grilled chicken, fresh salad ingredients, a little bacon and cheese. I get the small salad, and it’s just enough. You are so right, eating out can be inspiring for us food bloggers.

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