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As I made another batch of my favorite low carb keto ranch dressing this past weekend, I noticed that somehow I missed Wholesome Yum’s blog-iversary recently! No idea how that happened. Wholesome Yum started as an innocent little hobby just two years ago, and now… well, here we are. It has transformed into a real business that I absolutely love.
You guys, I’m still totally floored by all your support. I could not have imagined in my wildest dreams that I would have so many people coming here, reading my rambling, and making my recipes. Thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
The anniversary of Wholesome Yum starting was August 10th. The funny thing is, this is my second time celebrating (I made easy no-bake key lime pie for the first anniversary) and I have just now noticed that I began this blog on my cousin’s birthday. Not sure how that happened. Fortunately, it’s the blog’s birthday that I keep forgetting, not hers. 😉
The recipes on this blog started out as a little random. These days, I try to make to what you guys are asking for. I still get to create fun low carb recipes, but it’s even more rewarding to fill a need people have. People have been asking me for homemade low carb salad dressings. So, I’m happy to share my go-to low carb keto salad dressing recipe.
Ranch dressing is usually made with buttermilk or buttermilk powder. We don’t have it around very often, though. I wanted a low carb ranch dressing recipe that I could make on the fly when I feel like it, using ingredients I have all the time.
The combination of sour cream and lemon juice worked perfectly to create that tangy ranch flavor. And, we pretty much always have mayonnaise, sour cream, lemon juice, and dried herbs in our kitchen. I’ll bet you do, too!
This keto ranch dressing also works well as a low carb dip for veggies. It’s delicious with fried zucchini and squash! You can simply adjust the amount of unsweetened almond milk to adjust the thickness, as needed. I like to make it a little thicker for a dip, or thinner for a dressing.
Aside from salads and vegetables, this dressing is amazing to use in recipes. That’s actually how I remembered to post it. It was because I incorporated it in a keto casserole recipe that I have coming up!
Stay tuned for a low carb chicken bacon ranch casserole coming up later this week. In the meantime, you can’t go wrong with this low carb keto ranch dressing in a big ole’ salad.
Low Carb Keto Ranch Dressing Recipe (Quick & Easy):
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