I like to dip my pizza in Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing With Greek Yogurt Recipe. THIS IS AMAZING! YES, I AM AWKWARD; I UNDERSTAND THAT.
So the all-inclusive ranch is more of a southern tradition? I didn’t know this till last year when I requested ranch on my pizza in San Francisco and the server gave me a funny look like I had five heads. Actually, there’s not much that ranch isn’t excellent with. With pizza, it’s not too out of the ordinary. I have a serious ranch addiction.
For example, if I know I’ll be going someplace that doesn’t have a decent ranch, I’ll get a bunch of ranch from East Coast Wings and Burke Street Pizza (Winston-Salem locals will get this) and store it in the fridge.
I’ve lately experimented with making my own ranch dressing since store-bought varieties aren’t exactly a healthy choice.
After a lot of experimentation, I’ve discovered an alternative to the ranch that tastes precisely the same. It’s rich in protein, low in fat, and has just 5 calories per tablespoon. That makes it 10 times healthier than the original. And now, without further ado, I give you my latest food fetish: a healthy Greek yogurt Ranch dressing!
HOW TO MAKE THIS TWO-INGREDIENT GREEK YOGURT RANCH DRESSING:
It is almost insulting to walk you through the steps…but here we go.
To start, open up your ranch mix and remove 1 tbsp worth.
Add the ranch mix to 1 small container of plain greek yogurt.
Mix the ingredients together until well incorporated.
Place your greek yogurt ranch into a well-sealed container & store it in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it! Serve & enjoy!
My ultimate Greek Yogurt Ranch Dressing pairs PERFECTLY with my Turkey Bacon Ranch Lettuce Wraps, pizza, salads, and more!
However you eat this ranch, I promise you will find yourself reaching for this version over the real thing 99% of the time!
Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing With Greek Yogurt Recipe
- 5.3 ounces plain greek yogurt
- 1 tbsp Hidden Valley Ranch Buttermilk Ranch Mix
- It almost feels wrong to write instructions out but:
- Open ranch mix. Scoop out 1 tbsp worth.
- Remove the lid of the Greek Yogurt container.
- Place mix into greek yogurt.
- Mix together until well incorporated.
- Serve & enjoy! **Store in the refrigerator for 1 week!