Bolthouse Farms Honey Mustard Yogurt Dressing

I love salad, but I admit my choice of dressing can get boring.  Unfortunately, when my dressing is boring, my salads feel boring and I start to lose interest.  To spice it up, I’m always on the hunt for a new dressing to add into the mix to keep things interesting and flavorful.
When I spotted the Bolthouse Farms Honey Mustard Yogurt Dressing I was immediately intrigued. I calculated the points plus values, added the bottle to my shopping cart and off I went.  I frequent Chick-Fil-A and they have THE best fat free honey mustard dressing on the planet, so I hoped this would give my palette that same flavor category. It’s not a duplicate, but it’s more than likely the closest I am going to get. It’s just plain delicious – creamy, packed with flavor, and unique enough to even be a replacement for mayonnaise in some recipes (broccoli slaw, maybe even a little in potato salad).
I absolutely love this dressing and I’m looking forward to trying more from this line.  There’s a whole line of dressings by Bolthouse Farms. The line can be found in your grocery stores refrigerator section near the produce.
The greatest part is a 2 tablespoon serving is only 1 points plus values. Definitely worth it in my opinion!
What is your favorite salad dressing?

Honey Mustard Wheat Thins

Honey mustard snacks have been an item I’ve enjoyed for a very long time.  Needless to say when I spotted Honey Mustard Wheat Thins I had to pick up a box.  I love Wheat Thins whether as a snack on their own, with hummus or with cheese and crackers.  I will admit, I am guilty of finding a flavor I like and buying that one over and over again.  Needless to say my absolute favorite Wheat Thins are the Sundried Tomato & Basil flavor.
Although, I am pretty positive the Honey Mustard flavor is creeping up into that absolute favorite flavor category.  The flavor is exactly as described … mildly sweet honey mustard.  These do remind me of honey mustard and onion pretzels (which are completely a guilty pleasure) just sans the onion taste.  Completely a different flavor for Wheat Thins but it flows together so nicely they are totally enjoyable.
A serving size, 15 crackers, is 4 points plus values.  It may be a little high to some but I feel these are more bang for my “buck” when in comparison to the pretzels I love.
What is your favorite Wheat Thins flavor?