Delicious dairy-free avocado dressing/dip from Costco that’s amazing on salads or with vegetables!
Finding dairy-free creamy salad dressings is very rare! Most salad dressings have some form of milk product or are like a vinagrete. On a recent trip to Costco I found this Avocado Goddress Dressing by Culinary Treasures and after looking at the ingredients I discovered it’s dairy-free! I decided to pick it up to try and review and hoped that I’d like it enough to use regularly!
I’ve reviewed two other Culinary Treasures brand products! The Culinary Treasues Chipotle Aioli, the Culinary Treasures Roased Garlic & Chili Aioli. Another dressing I recently reviewed is the Kewpie Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing. My favorite dips from Costco are the La Terra Fina Queso Dip with Cheddar, Rojo’s Black Bean Six Layer Dip and Fontaine Sante Spinach Dip.
This Avocado Dressing isn’t refrigerated and can be found in the aisle with the BBQ sauce and other sauces. The item number is 1513902.
I like this Costco Culinary Treasures Avocado Dressing. It doesn’t have exactly a strong avocado flavor but you can definitely taste a hint of avocado mixed with garlic and onion.
It’s got a nice tangyness that I like coming from the vinegar. Really flavorful and creamy as well as zesty! Not very sweet but it has a slight bit of sweetness!
I paid $8.99 Canadian for the two-pack of 710 ml salad dressings.
The Avocado Goddess dressing comes in a two-pack, each salad dressing is 710 ml. The dressing doesn’t come refrigerated but you need to refrigerate it after opening.
The Culinary Treasures Avocado Goddess dressing is amazing for salad and also goes well with raw vegetables. You could also use it in a wrap, sandwich or on a burger!
Not as healthy as you may think but it is gluten-free and dairy-free as well as low in sugar! Unfortunately the first ingredient is canola oil, I’d much prefer if it had avocado or olive oil.
Two tablespoons is 150 calories, 16 grams of fat, two grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, one gram of sugar. 0.2 grams of protein and 260 mg of sodium.
This dressing is quite high in fat so if you’re watching your fat intake that’s something to consider!
Give it a try!
I love that this Costco Culinary Treasures Avocado Goddess Dressing is dairy-free and low in sugar!
Have you tried this? What did you think?
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8 thoughts on “Costco Culinary Treasures Avocado Goddess Dressing Review”
will you sell this dressing again?
You’d have to contact Culinary Treasures company or Costco 🙂
The first ingredient is Canola Oil which is highly processed and in your body it’s very inflamatory.
I have a strict diet and only eat whole foods, but this dressing works well for me and tastes good. Can I buy this direct or from another company? Thanks, John.
Hey John, you might want to reach out to culinary treasures and ask if they carry it anywhere near you.
i can find it in costco , i like it , where i can buy it ?
I love this dressing but can no long find it at my Costco ( Merrillville, Indiana). Please bring it back.
Please sell this dressing at the Independence, MO Costco. Love it!!!!! Also, please bring back the Kirkland Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing that was so amazing!