Check out my recipe for making Ranch Veggie Dip!
I LOVE ranch! One of the great things about ranch veggie dip is that is it so versatile and you can eat it with just about anything! You can dip carrots, cucumbers, potato chips, chicken wings, pizza, or pretzels in it!
You can get that classic flavor of ranch at home by making your own ranch veggie dip! It’s super quick to make, it has no artificial flavors or colors, tastes great and your entire family will love it, yes even the kids!!
If you go to any grocery store, you’re going to find a ton of different options for all things ranch! You can buy ranch dressing. Hidden Valley Ranch made with Buttermilk is my all-time favorite! You can buy thicker ranch dips that are usually in the produce department. I love the Marzetti ranch veggie dip.
You can choose to use ranch dressing or ranch dip on just about anything. But, I usually use the dressing, which is thinner than the dip, for things like salads, pizza, and wings. When you want a thicker, chunkier, more substantial ranch for dipping things like raw vegetables and chips, I usually opt for ranch dip.
You can easily make your own ranch dip by adding a packet of ranch seasoning to sour cream. But, when you want a really good, thick, chunky, homemade ranch dip, making it from scratch is the best option.
Making ranch veggie dip from scratch could not be any easier! It looks like it uses a lot of ingredients, which it does, but I bet you have many, if not all, ingredients in your pantry right now! The base of my Ranch Veggie Dip is made of sour cream and mayonnaise. Add in a bunch of spices and you are ready to go! It’s super quick and easy to make. The flavor is amazing and the texture can’t be beaten!
You’ll notice that my ranch dip recipe includes some fresh veggies IN THE DIP! Yes! There’s no better way to take ranch to the next level!! My recipe includes adding minced pieces of green and red bell peppers! Why, you ask? Well, not only do the bell peppers add a little extra flavor, but they add an incredible texture!
Say goodbye to boring ranch dip and hello to my Ranch Veggie Dip!
Tips for making Ranch Veggie Dip:
Yes, you can use ranch dressing as a dip. However, ranch dressing is much thinner in consistency than ranch dip and is best served with salads, pizza, and chicken wings. If you are looking for a thicker constancy, go with dip. Ranch dip goes really well with vegetables, potato chips, and crusty bread.
Ranch veggie dip should be stored in the refrigerator, in an airtight container. Do not freeze. When stored properly, homemade ranch dip should last for about 7 days.
Ranch veggie dip goes great with all of your favorite veggies like cucumbers, tomatoes, celery, radishes, and carrots. It’s also great with chips, wings, and pizza. You can even top baked potatoes with it or use it on sandwiches and wraps instead of mayo or mustard. If you’re feeling adventurous, add a tablespoon or so to your mashed potatoes or pasta salad.
You can use either dried or fresh herbs to make ranch veggie dip. If you have the fresh herbs on hand, just chop them up real good and add them instead of the dried herbs. Most people have dried herbs already, which makes this recipe super convenient.
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Ingredients for making Ranch Veggie Dip:
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- 1 Cup (236 ⅗ ml) Mayonnaise
- 1 Cup (236 ⅗ ml) Sour Cream
- 1 Tablespoon (1 Tablespoon) Red Bell Pepper (Minced)
- 1 Tablespoon (1 Tablespoon) Green Bell Pepper (Minced)
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Chives (Fresh or dried- minced)
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Parsley (Fresh or dried- minced)
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Dill (Fresh or dried- minced)
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Garlic Powder
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Onion Powder
- 1 Teaspoon (1 Teaspoon) Salt
- ¼ Teaspoon (¼ Teaspoon) Pepper
- Mix the mayonnaise and sour cream together until well combined.
- Add all remaining ingredients and stir well.
- Chill in the refrigerator and serve with fresh veggies!
Nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only.
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