The Realtor's Low Fat Thousand Island Dressing

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This one is a lower fat version of Thousand Island dressing. It's great and you don't even miss the extra fat and calories.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Puree mayonnaise, ketchup, lemon juice, bell pepper, onion, parsley, relish, cayenne, water, and salt and pepper in a blender until smooth.
  2. Add additional water if necessary to thin to desired consistency.
  3. Cover and refrigerate.
  4. Keeps for 1 week.
Most Helpful

This was surprisingly satisfying and I was pleased! I was expecting a very thin dressing due to the use of water, but this honestly had a nice texture. The flavors married well although next time I'll cut back on the parsley. I will be making this again and thank you for sharing the recipe. :-)

Susie D July 21, 2012

I love 1000 isle dressing! This is so good! I didn't think I had any low-fat mayo, but I finally found it! Would've kinda blown the whole theory, huh? lol Seriously, this is very good! I would recommend that future reviewers use the very best ketchup,which, IMHO,is Heinz. Anything less, don't bother. This is sooo worth the extra pennies, believe me. I added in a little bit of chopped hard-boiled egg, just preference. Thanks for sharing, this is a real keeper!

FLUFFSTER March 23, 2010

Well, I did cheat and use full fat mayo. I omitted the parsley (personal preference for dressing) and did not need to add any water as we like our dressing thick (it still came out on the thin side though). I chopped everything small and mixed it in a bowl b/c we like chunky 1000 isle dressing (aka: Big Mac sauce, lol). Next time we would omit the bell peppers and cayenne too. Good recipe that you can adapt to your liking. Made for PRMR

2Bleu August 08, 2011