If you’re a ranch lover, this 2 ingredient ranch dip is going to be in your weekly rotation! This easy dip uses simple ingredients but has a creamy texture and fresh flavor!
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Ranch dressing is such a staple for so many of us because of its versatility. It’s great on a salad, sandwich, or as a dip.
But let’s be honest, with sour cream and mayonnaise as the base of most ranch dressings, it’s not exactly the healthiest option around…until now! This 2 ingredient ranch dip combines nutrition with that classic ranch flavor we all love.
Greek yogurt is a great alternative as the base of this , which is going to give you a whopping 10 grams of protein in each ½ cup serving to keep you feeling full and satisfied.
Protein is especially important for PCOS. For starters, it’s the most satiating nutrient; but it’s also important for maintaining balanced blood sugar levels.
One of my favorite ways to enjoy this healthy dip is with fresh veggies such as bell peppers or celery sticks for a healthy snack.
This easy recipe is also a great option for a party dip to feed a crowd! Pair it with veggie trays, chicken wings, potato chips, or tortilla chips.
Like the name implies, the best part of this recipe is that you only need two ingredients for this ranch dip!
Greek yogurt – I’d use a plain yogurt here so that you can really enjoy the ranch flavor. I prefer to use a full fat plain Greek yogurt when I’m making a veggie dip because it makes for a more creamy dip, but you can use a non-fat Greek yogurt if you want.
Ranch seasoning – I happened to have Trader Joe’s ranch seasoning on hand, but the traditional Hidden Valley ranch seasoning or any ranch packets you’re able to find at your grocery store also works well here!
Absolutely! You can make this Greek yogurt dip ahead of time and store it in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days (ideally I’d eat it within 3-4 days though).
Pair this high protein ranch dip with your favorite veggies or whole grain crackers for a high fiber, high protein snack – the perfect combination for PCOS! If you want some more guidance on how to eat well for PCOS, check out my downloadable ebook: The PCOS Playbook.
I’d give it a try! It truly does not taste like Greek yogurt once you add the delicious ranch seasoning into it.
There’s no conclusive research to suggest that everyone with PCOS needs to avoid dairy. Research has shown that fermented dairy, like Greek yogurt, can actually be very beneficial for PCOS.
Some people may feel better by avoiding or limiting dairy but others may not need to worry about avoiding dairy.
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