I use this blog to look up a lot of my own recipes, and I pull up our favorite Ranch Dressing recipe a LOT. Every time I do, I think about how badly I want to take some new photos of it- so I finally did. The recipe and the instructions have been a little updated as well. If you’ve never made this recipe, move it up on your to-try list asap. It’s SO good. And so easy, too. You can basically drink it. You’re welcome.
This is the only ranch dressing I will make and I am making it in a little bit here to go with the fresh garden tomatoes, cucumbers and carrots fresh from the garden. Yes! we have garden tomatoes in Tennessee now!
HOLY MOLEY…..these are AWESOME I was so impressed with the flavor combo that I tried making my own version out of crescent roles, it wasn’t happening! I have to tell you these little guys are addicting
This has become a staple for us the last few years! I have some in the fridge right now. Pretty much any vegetable is an excuse to eat it. And lick the spoon.
I remembered when you first posted this recipe. I tried the same day and since them it has been my favorite. It tastes better than the bottled one. I make my version light. I use low fat buttermilk and light mayo. It still tastes great. When I take it to potluck parties, people do not believe it is homemade. Happy Friday!
This is one of favorite recipes. I make it at least once a month. I have your cookbooks and every recipe is a keeper!
I make your ranch all of the time. I am not an ingredient replacer (i.e. I don’t think applesauce and oil can be swapped for delicious brownies etc.) but when I make this I do half mayo and half greek yogurt. It makes it just a little bit thicker but I don’t notice a flavor difference and I feel a little less guilty about drenching my salad with it. Thanks for all of the deliciousness!