An easy Keto Ranch Salad Dressing with only 0.5 grams of net carbs per serving to add the most delicious, creamy garlic herbs flavors to your keto salad.
Bonus, this homemade healthy Keto Ranch Salad Dressing is also lightened up using yogurt and almond milk!
No, most store-bought ranch dressing recipes contain non-keto ingredients, including sugar, vegetable oil, and buttermilk.
An average store-bought ranch dressing contains 3.5 grams of net carbs per serving of 2 tablespoons.
These are unnecessary carbs from processed ingredients, including sugar, that won’t go in favor of your keto lifestyle.
Yes, but not all brands! Some contain added sugar and added canola oils that are not keto-friendly.
Look for a dressing that only has clean ingredients and no added sugar, or make your own keto ranch salad dressing recipe at home.
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Great news, it takes only 10 minutes to make homemade keto ranch dressing at home. So let’s see how you can make this easy keto salad dressing.
It’s very easy to make this ranch salad dressing. Simply bring all the ingredients into a glass mason jar.
Then, give it a quick stir with a fork.
Finally, close the lid and shake it like crazy!
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If the sauce is too thick to your liking, add up to 1/4 cup of extra heavy cream or almond milk.
This keto salad dressing is delicious with:
This keto ranch dressing stores for up to 1 week in the fridge or slightly more depending on your sour cream or Greek yogurt’s best-before date.
Always store the salad dressings in the fridge in a sealed glass mason jar and shake it before serving.
Yes, you can freeze this salad dressing. The best way to freeze your salad dressing is to pop it into an ice cube tray. This way, you can defrost only one serving at a time.
The salad dressing thaws fast at room temperature in a serving bowl or overnight in the fridge.
Simply thin out your ranch dressing by adding more almond milk or heavy cream.
We all have different tastes when it comes to salad dressings, some people love it thick and creamy, and others love their dressing liquid and thin.
Adjust the amount of liquid to fit your palate.
Basically, any kind of greens is delicious served with a ranch dressing, including romaine lettuce, rocket, baby spinach leaves, raw broccoli, and more!
Below I listed some of my favorite keto recipes to go with your homemade keto ranch dressing recipe.
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