I am a big fan of the Ken’s brand line of salad dressings. When I came across a bottle of Ken’s Light Options Caesar Salad Dressing in the unrefrigerated salad dressing section in my local grocery store, I was intrigued. I decided to purchase it, try it out and write an unbiased product review all about my personal experience with it. Here is what I discovered!
One bottle of Ken’s Light Options Caesar Salad Dressing costs just under two dollars. Each bottle has eight servings in it. That is a food budget friendly low price, in my opinion. Especially for a light options salad dressing. Let’s address that. Light options, meaning that it is low in saturated fat but still has a nice amount of total fat. At least the total fat is much lower than regular salad dressings. Gotta admire that and I did. I do love Caesar salads and this dressing did entice me. I could not wait to taste it!
I discovered that this salad is made with extra virgin olive oil. That fact speaks volumes to me and if you are familiar with olive oil, extra virgin olive oil is great! This product is low in saturated fat. It is also a product of the USA, yay! I decided to try this salad dressing on my homemade traditional Caesar salad. When I tasted Ken’s Light Options Caesar Salad Dressing, I fell in love with it. It is so rich and creamy. It has lots of flavor and I could not tell that I was eating a light options product. Fabulous! A relative of mine also tried it and she loved it, too! She is quite picky about her salad dressing, so I knew I had found a winner with this one.
I rate Ken’s Light Options Caesar Salad Dressing five stars out of five stars. It is quite perfect and I could find little wrong with it. I will be buying it again. It is affordable and so good. It makes my salad into a treat. Bravo to Ken’s for this one! One serving has 80 calories. 60 of those calories are from fat. No wonder it tastes so good. One serving has 7 grams of total fat, just 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 3.5 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 2 grams of monounsaturated fat, 10 mg’s of cholesterol, 320 mg’s of sodium, 2 grams of total carbs, less than 1 gram of dietary fiber, 1 gram of sugars and 1 gram of protein. The spices are wonderful in this salad dressing. Garlic, anchovy paste, Romano cheese, fish oil, omega three and much more.
I loved trying Ken’s Light Options Caesar Salad Dressing and writing a product review about it. It is high in quality and low in price. True, it is a bit high in sodium and total fat, but I still think it has a perfect flavor. For more information you can visit the kensfoods.com website. It has recipes, fun stuff and lots of great Ken’s brand food products on it. They are worth checking out!