Bacon Ranch Dressing

Bacon Ranch Dressing created by GaylaJ

Tastes just as good as a dip as it does on salads

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25mins
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  • Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and let chill for 1-2 hours.
  • Store tightly covered and refrigerated.
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"Tastes just as good as a dip as it does on salads"

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  1. annwhal
    I fully agree that no sugar is needed! I added a scant tsp and wish I hadn't. I had to doctor this recipe up so much I prefer not to rate it. The problem with lite & low sodium mayo (& other products) is that they replace salt/fat with sugar! If you want low-sodium mayo, it's best to make it yourself. I recommend Celtic sea salt, which is twice as salty (so you use half as much), contains 20% less sodium than table salt, and contains essential minerals the body needs. It's pricey but a small bag lasts (me) about 2 years. Much more important than low sodium is bacon without nitrites or nitrates, which are salts that wreak havoc on the cardio-vascular system.
  2. dianeinpa_13027984
    This is a delicious dressing. I used 1/2 cup buttermilk in total: I made the dressing in a blender to assure creaminess and then thinned it out a bit for pourability.
  3. carriefrances gibson
    Made a hyge batch of this to go with a simple salad for a bridal shower and it got rave reviews. Everyone wanted to know where it came from. YUM.
  4. Bluenoser
    Why buy store bought when this is the best tasting bacon ranch dressing i have ever had?--------Thanks for posting.
  5. iris5555
    Even using low fat mayo, this is full of flavor. I hate the stuff and thought that if all these herbs and spices were added, it wouldn't taste so bad. I skipped the sugar and added a little additional dill.
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