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Karen's Cave Kitchen

"Eat Fat, Be Fab!"

To lose fat, we must consume a variety of healthy fats ... our bodies are designed for them

Paleo Ranch Dressing

Whenever I share the Paleo lifestyle with someone, I'm always anxious to hear the reasons that they think they "just can't handle it". It's usually a specific food or two that think they "can't live without". Those are the very foods I love to reinvent 'Paleo' just to prove this IS totally doable! My biggest personal concerns for foods I'd no longer be able to have were coffee creamer and peanuts. Well, you'll find coffee creamer on this website and I do use it in my coffee it every day. And I don't miss peanuts anymore because SO many yummy tree nuts are ok in moderation. But Ranch dressing? How many people must of said that they couldn't live without Ranch?? That cracked me up! So, ok, here it is ... and it is SO GOOD .... now I don't know if I can live without it. The first time I made it we had a huge Cobb salad and WOW ... I was hooked too! Enjoy guilt free!


1 1/2 cup Paleo Mayo

1/8 - 1/4 cup Coconut Milk (1/8 cup for thicker, 1/4 cup for thinner dressing)

1 Tblsp White Vinegar

1 tsp Onion Powder

1 tsp Garlic Powder

1/2 tsp Black Pepper

1/2 tsp Sea Salt

1 tsp Dried Dill Weed

1 tsp Freeze-dried Chives


Add mayo, vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper to Vitamix. Begin blending and add coconut milk slowly until you've reached desired thickness. I personally prefer mine thicker so I can dip veggies in it. Lastly, add chives and dill and blend again but don't over mix because the dressing will begin to turn green. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator and enjoy just like you would traditional ranch without the guilt of added oils, preservatives and thickeners that aren't good for your health. It will last for weeks in the refrigerator (but maybe not for you Ranch-aholics!)