Recipe: Tasty Vegan Ranch Dressing

Vegan Ranch Dressing. Vegan ranch dressing is easy to make and more delicious than the store-bought variety; whip this up and let stand for flavors to develop. Some store-bought vegan ranch dressings taste…odd. This recipe tastes just like the real thing.

Vegan Ranch Dressing Use any way you'd typically use ranch dressing! Serve on salads, with fresh veggies, in sandwiches and wraps, or with spicy vegan buffalo wings. This homemade dairy-free and vegan ranch dressing recipe is made from vegan mayonnaise, soy milk, garlic powder and onion powder for seasoning, a touch of apple cider vinegar and finally some fresh parsley and fresh dill to round out all the flavors. You can cook Vegan Ranch Dressing using 8 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Vegan Ranch Dressing

  1. It’s 1/2 cup of plant based unsweetened milk.
  2. Prepare 1/2 cup of plant based unsweetened yoghurt.
  3. You need of Juice of 1/2 lemon.
  4. It’s 1 Tbs of garlic powder.
  5. Prepare 2 tsp of onion powder.
  6. Prepare 1 1/2 Tbs of dry dill.
  7. Prepare 1/2 tsp of pepper.
  8. It’s 1 tsp of salt.

Several past recipe testers gave this vegan ranch dressing recipe positive reviews, both as a salad dressing or thickened up and used as a dip. Vegan ranch dressing recipe from This is so good that I make a bowl of this along with regular ranch for buffets and this one gets eaten up immediately by everyone. How to make Vegan Ranch Dressing.

Vegan Ranch Dressing step by step

  1. In 2 cup Mason jar, add milk and yoghurt.
  2. With whisk, mix very well.
  3. Add seasonings.
  4. Mix well again.
  5. Cover Mason jar with lid and refrigerate over night.
  6. Will stay good in fridge for 1 week.

A classic ranch dressing uses mayonnaise, buttermilk and fresh herbs and flavorings. So for the vegan version we used a vegan mayonnaise and vegan buttermilk: made with some lemon juice and non-dairy milk, and fresh herbs and flavorings. This was all that was needed for a totally delicious vegan ranch dressing. (If you can't eat cashews, be sure to check out the substitutions down below the recipe, or try my Lemon Tahini Dressing for a nut-free and vegan option.). Her book includes ideas for everyday meals, snacks, and sweets, with comfort food. This creamy and flavorful Vegan Ranch Dressing tastes so much like its dairy-based counterpart, you won't believe it's dairy-free!