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Newman's Own
Newman's Own Lighten Up Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing

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Newman's Own Lighten Up Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing
 
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5.0

Tastes great

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from Holliston, MA

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Comments about Newman's Own Lighten Up Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing:

I have been using this dressing for salads and a few recipes. Unfortunately, it contains sugar and I have just committed to a sugar free diet, so switched to Newman's Olive Oil & Vinegar. It's ok, but not nearly as yummy as the Lite Raspberry Walnut. I have mixed about a Tbsp. in with shaved cabbage, mayo and almonds. Makes a great cole slaw!

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5.0

Paul is gone but the beat goes on!

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from Oak Park, IL

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Comments about Newman's Own Lighten Up Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing:

Paul Newman may have exited the stage as far as this mortal realm is concerned but the company he founded is going right on, introducing new products I might never have thought of but which I now wonder what we ever did without.  One of these is ***Newman's Own "Lighten Up" Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing.***  This lovely condiment is darker red in color than [Newman's Own "Lighten Up" Raspberry Walnut Salad Dressing][1] and a bit more tart.  If you like cranberries, you're going to love this which contains:  Water, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Canola and/or Soybean), Balsamic Vinegar, Cranberry Juice Concentrate, Red Wine Vinegar, 2% or less of Salt, Honey, Walnuts, Lime Juice Concentrate, Mustard Bran, Spices and Xanthan Gum.

**STATS:**

Two tablespoons constitute a single serving which contains  70 calories with 40 calories from fat.  There are also 4 grams Total Fat, 0.5 gram Saturated Fat, zero each Trans Fat and Cholesterol, 230 mg. Sodium, 8 grams Total Carbs, zero Dietary Fiber, 7 grams Sugars, 1 gram Protein along with 4% (D.V.) Vitamin C and **49% Calcium.**

**T****ASTE TIP:**

The fresh tart "smack" of ***Newman's Own "Lighten Up" Cranberry Walnut Salad Dressing*** makes it perfect for use as a recipe addition and especially as a dressing for fresh fruit salads.  I think this would be ideal drizzled over a salad made of sliced oranges and  crumbled bleu cheese (if you prefer) nestled in a bed of crisp green Romaine lettuce.

 

 

 


[1]: http://www.viewpoints.com/Newmans-Own-Lighten-Up-Raspberry-and-Walnut-Dressing-review-951f2

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