Nutrisystem sells single-serving packs of salad dressing in the Grocery Additions section of A La Carte. The Ranch is really good.
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When you can't find any, I'm wondering how low calorie you're looking for. The old NS plans recommended fat free salad dressings, because they tend to be lowest calories per serving, compared to the low-fat or full-fat versions at most grocery stores. kraft zesty italian fat free, marzetti sweet and sour fat free, store brands of raspberry vinaigrette, fat free ranch and thousand island fat free. If you're mail ordering from a place like netrition, walden farms has a huge variety to try and see if you like the flavors.
Rchshoneybunny89, unfortunately the NS salad dressing packets have 70 calories per packet. IMO there are much better salad dressing choices out on the market with far fewer calories. I recommend any dressing you get should be fat free, for the fewest calories (as another poster has mentioned). This may be a trial and error for you, since we all have different tastes. Salad dressings aren't that expensive and there are oftentimes coupons in the Sunday newspaper for them, so I suggest you try a few and see what suits your tastes! I have stopped using salad dressing recently and instead, for 35 calories, I slice up a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese and use it to flavor my salad.
I dislike every Walden Farms salad dressing I have tried; they were wasted money.