Buying salad dressing off the shelf at the grocery store seems like a time-saver, but making it at home really doesn't require much time or effort. Salad dressing can easily be thrown together in a matter of minutes with ingredients likely already on hand. This allows experimentation to better suit your tastes and the option to leave out ingredients such as chemicals and sugar. But does making your own salad dressing save money?
In a price comparison, Cheapism.com found only one salad dressing that is cheaper to make at home vs. buying premade, especially after factoring in sales and coupons. Here are 10 salad dressing recipes compared with their store-bought counterparts, based on per-ounce prices from Walmart.com.