Ready in only five minutes, this easy copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch recipe is incredibly creamy and easy to make. It’s made using just a handful of common ingredients and is fantastic on salads, wraps, or turnip &french fries.
I think this is the best ranch dressing recipe I have ever tried. It’s creamy, tangy, and well-seasoned and will keep great in the fridge. After making this copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch recipe, you’ll instantly become a fan that you will want to make it anytime.
This Copycat Sweet Tomatoes Ranch recipe is one of the most refreshing ways to complete a meal. It just takes 5 minutes to put together and can be made to suit your taste preferences.
Is Sweet Tomatoes Ranch Keto Friendly?
Regular Sweet Tomatoes ranch is not keto-friendly since it contains added sugar and buttermilk, which are slightly higher in carbs. However, it’s super easy to make a copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch using keto-friendly ingredients that taste even better than the original.
Why Are You Going To Love This Recipe
- It’s a creamy and smooth sauce that contains only 2g net carbs per serving.
- You can make it ahead of time.
- It pairs great with many dishes.
- It’s sugar-free and grain-free.
Ingredients For This Sweet Tomatoes Ranch
Besides this, copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch is extremely easy to make; it requires only a few easy ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. Here is everything you will need:
- Mayonnaise – You are free to use any brand you want. Mayo smoothes out the dressing’s texture and balances the dressing’s tartness.
- Sour Cream – gives a great flavor and consistency to the ranch.
- Salt&Pepper – to taste.
- Tarragon – gives a sweet and bitter taste to the sauce.
- Dried Parsley &Dill – this mix of dried herbs completes this sauce perfectly.
- Onion&Garlic Powder – use powdered ones to add a subtle flavor to the sauce.
- Paprika – feel free to use smoked paprika for an intense flavor.
How To Make This Copycat Sweet Tomatoes Ranch
This copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch is one of the easiest recipes you will ever try. Here is everything you have to do:
- First, add the mayonnaise, sour cream, and buttermilk to a large bowl and mix them until well combined.
- Then add all the spices and mix them.
- Put your ranch in a glass jar and store it in the fridge for about two hours before serving it.
- Fridge: This Copycat Sweet Tomatoes ranch can be stored in an airtight container or jar for up to one week.
- Freezer: You can freeze this ranch since mayonnaise does not defrost well.
Tips and Variations
- You need to know that the dressing will get thicker as it sits. So feel free to thin the sauce with some water or buttermilk.
- Use fresh garlic and onion if you want a more intense taste.
- Fresh dill adds great flavor.
How To Use This Copycat Sweet Tomatoes Ranch
- You can use it as a dressing for a salad.
- It’s perfect for french fries and turnip fries.
- It pairs perfectly on pizza.
- You can add it to keto sandwiches.
Frequently Asked Questions
Homemade Ranch Vs. Bottled One
I’ve always believed that preparing my condiments from scratch would take too much time. But, since I since a ketogenic diet, I choose to make my sugar-free sauces at home because they are much healthier and don’t contain any harmful ingredients.
Can I Double This Recipe?
Definitely, you can double the ingredients for this ranch to make more and store it in the fridge to enjoy it anytime you want with your favorite dishes.
Copycat Sweet Tomatoes Ranch
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- ⅓ cup sour cream
- ½ cup buttermilk
- ¼ tsp salt or to taste
- ¼ tsp pepper or to taste
- ¼ tsp tarragon
- 1 tbsp dried minced parsley
- ½ tsp garlic powder
- ¼ tsp onion powder
- ⅛ tsp paprika
- ½ tsp dried dill
- In a large bowl, mix the mayonnaise, sour cream, and buttermilk using a whisker.
- Next, add the spices and whisk until well combined.
- Let the mixture sit in your fridge for about 30 minutes before serving so the flavor has time to develop.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.
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