This Greek Yogurt Ranch Dressing recipe is made with simple ingredients in less than 5 minutes.
It’s perfect to drizzle over salads, a great dip for veggies, and a fun topping for pizzas and potatoes, and a lot healthier than the store-bought version!
Homemade Ranch Dressing with Greek Yogurt
Using Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise to make Ranch is a great way to reduce the fat content and calorie count of everyone’s favorite dressing.
You can use this homemade ranch version on everything you’d typically drizzle, dip, or spread the classic without any guilt.
This recipe goes with everything from everyday side salads to dipping carrot fries!
Once you make your own homemade ranch dressing, you’re going to find out why making it from scratch is better than store-bought!
Here are the simple ingredients that you’ll need:
- Plain, non-fat Greek yogurt: unsweetened and unflavored works best.
- Milk or buttermilk: either option works fine you can adjust a bit more or less based on your texture preferences.
- Fresh parsley: finely chop before adding.
- Dried dill: for flavor.
- Garlic powder: for flavor.
- Salt and pepper: for seasoning.
How to Make Greek Yogurt Ranch Dressing
The steps below show how fast and simple this dressing is to make. You’ll be enjoying it in less than 5 minutes!
- Combine the ingredients
In a lidded jar, combine the yogurt, milk, parsley, dill, garlic powder, salt, and black pepper. Cover with lid, seal, and shake to combine.
Refrigerate and use for up to a week
How Many Calories Are in Greek Yogurt Ranch
A serving of homemade yogurt ranch made with Greek yogurt, about 2 tablespoons, will have approximately 60 calories.
How Long Does Homemade Ranch Dressing Last
Whenever you make a homemade dressing, store it in a sealed, airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.
Leaving it out on the counter for hours might reduce its lifespan so I recommend refrigerating it after you use it.
How to Use Homemade Ranch Dressing As a Dressing:
This is PERFECT for adding to a Quick and Easy BLT Salad Recipe or drizzling it on this epic Salad Sandwich.
In a Wrap
Instead of filling your wrap with high-calorie spreads and dressings, use this instead! It’s perfect for Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps because everyone knows that spicy and ranch are the perfect pair!
As a Dip
Ranch dressing dip is totally a thing, and a good one at that. You can dip raw veggies right into the dip or even use it for sweet potato fries or regular baked fries.
Drizzle it on top of a baked potato or dip the pieces of baked potato as well. I’m also a huge fan of using this as a dip for Crispy Baked Salmon Nuggets and this Broccoli & Cheese Nuggets Recipe as well.Print
Greek Yogurt Ranch Dressing
Make this healthy recipe for Greek yogurt ranch dressing in under 5 minutes. It goes great on everything and tastes delish!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 6
- Category: Dressings
- Cuisine: Lunch
- ½ cup plain, non-fat Greek yogurt
- ¼ cup milk or buttermilk
- 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon dried dill
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- Pinch of salt and pepper
- In a lidded jar, combine the yogurt, milk, parsley, dill, garlic powder, salt, and black pepper. Cover with lid, seal, and shake to combine.
- Store in the refrigerator for up to a week.
I’ve been making this yogurt ranch dressing for a while now because I wanted to find a no-mayo recipe. It’s now a stable. If you could only bottle it up… I’d be on the auto-ship program.
How long does this recipe keep in a container in the refrigerator. We, as a family, are trying to eat healthier this year, but with 2 parents that work full-time outside the house, 2 kids under 6, 4 pets to care for and the other things that come with running a household we are pretty busy. I am not sure I can see us making this everyday to go on our packed lunch salads. If I made a larger batch on my day off would it keep in the refrigerator for a week or so?
Laura, this will last about 5 days in the fridge.
My grandson would not be receptive to the visibility of the parsley and dill. Could I simmer a little milk with parsley and dill, strain, and add to thin the dressing as needed?
Yes you could definitely try that!
What can I use in place of buttermilk ?
2 tablespoons plain yogurt + 1 tablespoon milk