Greek Yogurt “Ranch” Dip

Alright guys, who’s ready for a cheap, easy, delicious, AND nutritious snack??? I am, I am!! Ranch lovers everywhere, get ready for your minds to be blown, because you no longer have to put ranch dressing on the “do not eat” list of your nutrition plan. Miss Rachel from the EWL episode a few weeks back shared her secret weapon to kitchen success…this amazing ranch dip made with non-fat plain Greek yogurt! No joke, it’s the easiest thing on the planet to make, and really does taste as good as any other unhealthy ranch dip. I’m obsessed. I’m pretty sure you will be too!

Go buy these 3 (yes, three) ingredients now, and whip this up in time for tonight’s episode of?Extreme Weight Loss! Healthy snacking at it’s best…


Greek Yogurt “Ranch” Dip
Makes 16 servings, 2 tablespoons each


2 cups non-fat plain Greek yogurt (or a 16 oz container)
1 packet of ranch dip powder (read the labels for the lowest sodium option available!)
1 lemon

How to make it:

  1. Open 16 oz container of Greek yogurt (or measure 2 cups into a small bowl).
  2. Cut lemon in half and juice both halves into the yogurt.
  3. Pour?packet of ranch seasoning into yogurt?and stir vigorously until smooth.
  4. Grab some of your favorite veggies and get dipping!

*Note: To make your?own seasoning, simply mix 1/2 teaspoon of each: garlic powder, onion powder, dried dill. Add in a dash?of cayenne pepper, and sea salt to taste. Substitute for store bought ranch packet.

Nutritional Info:

Each serving has 16.6 calories, 0 g fat, 1.3?g carbs, 2.9 g protein, 171.1 mg sodium.



30 Responses

  1. Weirdest thing EVER! Not even ten minutes ago I had the idea to make ranch dip with Greek yogurt! Opened my IG and your post was up about this. Must be meant to be for me to make some for my children! 🙂 thanks!

  2. Just made it for an afternoon snack! Used my own spices and didn’t have any onion powder but still worked well! Thanks for this Heidi – love the healthy snacks in the home.

    1. Yes, it would be part of a protein serving in carb cycling since each serving has 2.9 grams of protein. Enjoy!

  3. I used this as a base for Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza. I use bacon bits for the slight flavor to save the calories and fat. Really yummy.

    1. Tiffany: I’ve made this recipe before and have used several different brands of non-fat plain Greek yogurt, and all have worked fabulously! I don’t think you can go wrong with any brand. Enjoy!

  4. Hi Heidi! Hoping you guys made it through that nasty storm last night! Thank you so much for posting this. I will definitely be trying it. Can you please let us know how much a serving size is? Thanks and keep up the great work!

  5. this is perfect! I just bought some plain Greek yogurt yesterday, knowing that it can be used for many different foods, and waaah-laaah! Perfect!

  6. I will try this on Sunday afternoon when I have friends over! I was just looking for healthy snack options! Thanks!

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