Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Dairy Free Ranch Dip

I am so excited to have finally come up with a recipe for dairy free ranch dip! It was so easy to make I can't believe there isn't already something like it on the market. My daughter loves it, but more amazing is that I love it too (I can have dairy, and ranch dressing is one of my favorite "foods"). I think a little garlic in it would be lovely, but Emily is allergic to garlic so I didn't even try it.
I would also like to point out that my photographer is back! My 14 yr old daughter Amanda has a new camera and I am so glad. :)
Thank you for the pics Amanda!

1/2 C Vegenaise mayo substitute

1/2 C Dairy free sour cream substitute

1/8 t Dry dill (fresh would be great, I just didn't have any)

1/4 t Pepper

2 T Fresh parsley chopped fine

1 T Chives chopped fine

Just mix it all together, cover, and refrigerate for at least an hour so flavors can combine. That's it! :) Happy Dipping!

Oh, I almost forgot, if you want it thinner so that it is more like a dressing than a dip just add a dash or two of water or milk substitute (soy, rice, etc.).


bella214 said...

This is awesome! Thanks so much i will let ya know when I try it.

Tracy said...

We can't do the soy in this recipe. BUT, I had to tell you, before I even read far enough down the page I thought "where did she get that professional photo?!" Wow! Give Amanda a huge thumbs up for me!

Stephanie Schlosser said...

We're going to try it tonight. Thanks. We're dairy free, gluten free and garlic free for my son.

FoodAllergyMom said...

Hi Stephanie, I hope you enjoy it! I don't meet a lot of other people allergic to garlic. Emily is only mildly allergic so I avoid it when I can, but with an Italian husband it's not always easy to do.

Anonymous said...

Hi is it a teaspoon or tablespoon when you say " T " ?
Thanks !

FoodAllergyMom said...

Sorry about that, a capital "T" is a tablespoon and a lower case "t" is a teaspoon.