9 Low Carb Keto Ranch Dressing Recipes: Your Favorite Salad Dressing Made Keto-Friendly

By admin | Keto Recipes

May 24

Did you know that, according to Statista, ranch dressing is still America’s top salad dressing? In fact, it’s so far ahead from the vinaigrette, the runner-up, that there’s just no competition. But, what makes ranch dressing so popular?

Well, aside from being delicious, it’s because ranch dressing is so versatile. You can use it as a salad dressing, a sauce, and even a dip. You can use it for everything from fresh vegetables to chicken wings. It can even turn unappetizing food into something delicious.

However, the ones that you can find in groceries are loaded with sugar. So, what can you do to make ranch dressing keto-friendly? That’s easy. Just make your own. Here are 9 low-carb keto ranch dressing recipes that will help you.

1/ Easy Keto Ranch Dressing

First up, we have this Easy Keto Ranch Dressing recipe from the KetoDiet Blog. It only contains 1.4 grams of carbohydrates per ¼ cup serving, so it’s keto-friendly. It’s also very easy to make and won’t take you more than a few minutes to do.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 25.1 | Carbs (g): 1.7 | Net Carbs (g): 1.4 | Protein (g): 0.9

Check out the recipe here.

2/ Quick & Easy Low Carb Ranch Dressing

Second, on our list is Wholesome Yum’s Quick & Easy Low Carb Ranch Dressing. It’s a simple recipe, and you probably already have the ingredients so that you can make one right away. Aside from using this ranch dressing as a dip or a salad dressing, you can also use it to make dishes like casseroles.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 17 | Carbs (g): 1 | Net Carbs (g): 0.9 | Protein (g): 0.4

Check out the recipe here.

3/ Keto Ranch Dressing Low Carb Dip

This recipe is the right one for you if you like some dill in your ranch dressing. It goes especially well as a dip with vegetable sticks. But, you can also use it as a salad dressing by adding a bit of buttermilk or almond milk to make it thinner.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 13 | Carbs (g): 1 | Potassium (mg): 25 | Protein (g): 1

Check out the recipe here.

4/ Paleo Ranch Dressing

This recipe by Joy Filled Eats works well for diets like paleo and keto. So, if you have someone who’s on a paleo diet, you can still share this ranch dressing. This uses ingredients like fresh dill, garlic, and onion to make the ranch dressing flavorful.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 21 | Carbs (g): 1 | Potassium (mg): 53

Check out the recipe here.

5/ Avocado Ranch Dressing

Avocado makes this ranch dressing recipe by Peace, Love, and Low Carb extra creamy, and it even adds some healthy fat. It’s certainly an upgrade from store-bought ranch dressing, which is full of unwanted additives. And, of course, this ranch dressing recipe is very keto-friendly, with only 1g of carbs per serving.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 10 | Calories: 100 | Net Carbs (g): 1 | Protein (g): 7

Check out the recipe here.

6/ Dump Ranch

If you have an immersion blender, then you’ll want to try this recipe. Instead of using store-bought mayo, you’ll be making your own as you make your ranch dressing. As the name implies, you can dump your ingredients and let your blender do its magic. However, if you don’t want your ranch dressing turning green, you’ll have to add the herbs during the last 15 seconds.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 8 | Calories: 68 | Sodium (mg): 75

Check out the recipe here.

7/ Paleo Bacon Chipotle Ranch Dressing

If you like your ranch dressing a bit hot, then why not try this Paleo Bacon Chipotle Ranch Dressing? It’s made for paleo dieters, but it only has 1.35g of carbs per serving, so it’s also keto-friendly. This ranch dressing is dairy-free as well.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 12.1 | Calories: 130 | Net Carbs (g): 11.5 | Protein (g): 2.1

Check out the recipe here.

8/ Homemade Greek Yogurt Ranch Dressing

Do you have some Greek yogurt on hand? Why not try this recipe to make some tasty ranch dressing? To make it keto-friendly, substitute almond milk for the buttermilk.

The serving comes out to be:
Fat (g): 1.1 | Calories: 206 | Protein (g): 16.7

Check out the recipe here.

9/ Buffalo Ranch Dressing

If you’re like me and you like spicy food, try this Buffalo Ranch Dressing recipe. Like the other recipes on our list, this is easy to make and can be made ahead of time. Just store this in an airtight container, and it will store well in the fridge for up to a week.

Check out the recipe here.

And, there you have it. I hope you found some ranch dressing recipes that you like and can incorporate into your keto diet. You can even make some extra to share with your family and friends since they’re very easy to make. Enjoy!

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