This Paleo Low FODMAP Ranch Dressing is simple and so flavorful. Easy to make and great for dipping. Whole30, gluten free, dairy free, and low carb.
I have a super popular Paleo Ranch Dressing already on my site, but it’s not low FODMAP and relies on garlic and onion powder for flavor, and that’s just not possible anymore for us. Also, coconut milk is a “limit” food so I don’t want to push it. This ranch is also good for people who really dislike coconut milk. Since it uses mayo as the base, there is no coconut flavor at all.
This ranch is a good consistency for dipping or mixing to make a chicken salad. If you want a thinner dressing for a salad, add a little almond or coconut milk to thin it out. It comes together in just minutes and stays good in the fridge for weeks.
You can use Paleo Homemade Mayo or buy a good quality store bought one. I’m just going to admit, more times than not, recently I just use store bought. It’s easy and tasty. Primal Kitchen is my favorite and Whole30 compliant (not sponsored, just sharing.)
I created this recipe out of necessity. Finding a ranch dressing without onion or garlic is impossible, but wanting a tasty dressing for dipping is still possible. I decided to go with a mayonnaise base and some fresh and dried herbs. It comes together quickly and is so flavorful. Garlic oil and chives give this ranch the classic garlic and onion flavor, but without any stomach discomfort you may get.
I think you will love this creamy, thick, delicious dressing. Keep it on hand for veggies or an addition to meats.
Paleo Low FODMAP Ranch Dressing
- In a small bowl, combine mayo, chives, dill, parsley, garlic oil and pepper. Stir until mixed and store in the fridge.
- This is a good consistency for dipping. If you want a thinner dressing for a salad, stir in a couple tablespoons almond milk (or coconut) until desired consistency.