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    This recipe is based on another parmesan peppercorn ranch recipe I found. I realized I was eating it so much that I should really try to make it healthier. So I fiddled with the ingredients until I came up with this version. It isn't quite as amazing as the original, but it is good enough for daily use (and I'm pretty picky). It really works well for all kinds of things besides salad. Left thick it makes a great dip for fried zucchini and I like to add some extra lemon juice to it and then toss chopped chicken in it to make a ranch flavored chicken salad to stuff in pita pockets. Try it for yourself! :)

    Recipe #467886

    I came up with the recipe after looking for one and only seeing recipes that used corn syrup, cream and evaporated or condensed milk. I didn't see why you couldn't use honey and the 2% milk I had in the refrigerator instead. It has less calories than most of the other recipes I found (as long as you resist the temptation to eat the entire batch! LOL). Enjoy! I may put a in a dash of cinnamon or a little bit of vanilla extract in it next time and see how that comes out. I am thinking that my son would love this on his pancakes too. NOTE: This does thicken quite a bit after cooling.

    Recipe #462119


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