There are too many vegan ranch dressing winners to choose just one! These dairy- and egg-free options are not only delicious, but they also don’t contribute to cows and chickens suffering. Check out this list of vegan ranch dressings—perfect as dips or salad toppers—that you can find at your local store or online. You can even make your own using a few simple ingredients.
Try these vegan ranch dressing options:
Hidden Valley Original Ranch Plant-Powered Topping & Dressing
The classic ranch brand Hidden Valley is branching into the vegan world with its first dairy-free ranch dressing. Keep an eye out for this one at your local grocery store.
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Flax and hemp seeds are great sources of omega-3 fatty acids, and Follow Your Heart has packed them into this vegan ranch dressing.
Known for its selection of vegan cheeses, Daiya offers a ranch dressing that’s a tangy addition to a fresh salad.
Organicville’s dressing is light and packed with organic herbs like rosemary, dill, and chives.
Primal Kitchen’s dressing with avocado oil proves that a great ranch dressing doesn’t need to use eggs taken from chickens.
Made with the high-quality oil that La Tourangelle is known for, this creamy ranch is perfectly satisfying. Toss it on grilled vegetables, or get creative and use it as a tofu marinade.
Kite Hill’s almond-based ranch dip is full of flavor and live active cultures, which are good for your gut health, too.
Homemade Vegan Ranch
You can get creative by making your own! Vegan mayonnaise, cashew cream or vegan buttermilk makes the perfect base. Simply add your favorite dairy-free milk to achieve the desired consistency and mix in some garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, dill, and a spritz of lemon juice. You can make your own vegan buttermilk by mixing in a little lemon juice or vinegar to your choice of vegan milk and let it sit for a few minutes before mixing with the rest of the ingredients. For more inspiration, check out these vegan ranch dressing recipes:
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