Paleo Ranch Dressing




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Ranch Dressing Recipe

You go to the store and buy a bottle of ranch. Pretty normal, right? And then when it’s time to get healthy and you start checking the labels you realize that ranch is full of terrible ingredients and not just creamy ranch and dried herbs… and why?

This ranch homemade Dressing ingredients are perfectly suited for Paleo / Primal and Keto Diets. No guilt and you know exactly what’s in it. Eating healthy can be easy and is always rewarding, especially with a homemade ranch with such an amazing taste.

I also added it to the Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs and it was great. Time for you to get creative while using this homemade ranch dip / dressing right now.

Post questions in the comments (or let us know how it went)! Enjoy!

Paleo Ranch Dressing | Our Paleo Life

Paleo Ranch Dressing

Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes
Servings 1 cup
Calories 61kcal
Author Kendra Benson



  • Combine the mayo and coconut milk, whisk together until smooth and there are no lumps. Add apple cider vinegar and whisk to combine.
  • Crush the garlic clove with a little bit of salt to form a paste. Add to the mayo mixture with some pepper and whisk to combine. Add in the dill and stir to combine.
  • Refrigerate for at least an hour before using to let thicken up and allow flavors to meld.


Serving: 1Tbsp | Calories: 61kcal | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 45mg | Potassium: 15mg | Vitamin A: 10IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 1mg | Iron: 0.3mg



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Last Updated 05/26/2020

10 Responses to “Paleo Ranch Dressing”

  1. Hi, I am one of those people that uses ranch for everything so this is very helpful in starting my Pale Diet! How many days would you say this will last in the fridge? I made a batch last night and wasn’t sure if you had any advice?

    • It should be good as long as the mayo is good, which is the same expiration as the eggs you used to make them. If you are using store-bought mayo, I’m not sure, I have never made it with that before.

  2. This is AWESOME!!! Thanks!! My daughter goes through ranch like there’s no tomorrow. So happy to have an alternative that *I* can partake as well, and not feel guilty about filling her up with chemicals. 🙂

  3. I made the mayo and am dying to try the ranch, however I don’t have any full fat coconut milk on hand, just light. Will this really affect it? Thanks!

    • It’d probably work fine but maybe use half and then wait an hour to see if its too thick or too thin, then go from there. The mayo is whipped and fluffy so that should help keep it thick just if you notice it getting too milky when you are mixing it slow down the pour and test it after an hour.

  4. Where can I find the recipe for Paleo Mayo?

  5. I am excited to make this healthy ranch however I have never bought fresh dill and in researching it on my grocery store’s site I can’t find a jar of fresh dill. Is there a specific brand to look for? Would dehydrated work? Thanks! Love your website!

  6. 4 stars
    This recipe looks amazing!! But the link is not working for the Paleo Mayo recipe.

  7. We have tried making veganaise. It never thickens. I have not seen other recipes mention waiting an hour for the egg to get to room temp. Is that why ours in the past has not.workes?

    • I often use straight-from-the-fridge eggs because I’m impatient and I’ve never had runny mayo. I’m not sure what your veganaise recipe includes but I’m assuming it doesn’t have eggs (if it’s vegan), which is a major player in mayo.

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