The absolute BEST Vegan Ranch Dressing that is dairy-free and oil-free! Made with cashews, yogurt, vinegar and spices!
Who doesn't love ranch dressing? I know I ate bucket loads before going vegan and now we have the absolute most amazing vegan, oil-free ranch dressing that you will ever need! And unlike many versions out there, this one does not use vegan mayo or oil!
Now, I already have a really delicious and popular oil-free original ranch dressing. Readers love it and it has been pinned over 100k times but I'm always aiming to improve things and I knew I could make it taste even more authentic and amazing and guess what, I did. It is so delicious, creamy and my daughter couldn't stop dipping her cucumber slices in it!
I used my original recipe as the base but changed up a couple of things and it is incredible. All my spices are the same but for that truly tangy and authentic taste and texture, I subbed most of the milk with yogurt! Oh boy did it improve that flavor! I used the same amount of vinegar but swapped the apple cider vinegar with white vinegar and it was just perfect. Just enough vinegar to compliment the tang of the yogurt without it being overpowering. I found this to taste so much like the classic ranch and my family agreed. My hubby (Mr. Picky) called it "spot on" and "brilliant".
HOW DO YOU MAKE VEGAN RANCH DRESSING?
- raw cashews
- non-dairy yogurt
- non-dairy milk (I used "lite" canned coconut milk)
- white vinegar
- dry mustard
- onion powder
- garlic powder
- dried dill
Add all of the ingredients to a high-powered blender and blend until smooth.
Place in the fridge to chill until thickened.
Easy enough right?
I hope you love this Best Vegan Ranch Dressing as much as we do!
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