Usage:For Dip: 2 Tablespoons of mix, 16 oz sour cream. For Salad Dressing: 2 Tablespoons of mix, 16 oz sour cream and 16 oz of mayonnaise.
Ingredients:Sweet cream buttermilk, dextrose, whole milk, sea salt, sour cream & onion powder (whey, dextrose, nonfat dry milk, sour cream solids (cultured cream, nonfat milk), salt, onion, monosodium glutamate, cultured nonfat milk, food starch-modified, parsley, artificial flavor, citric acid, lactic acid, tocopherol, ascoryl palmitate), onion, garlic, monosodium glutamate, salt, citric acid, food starch-modified, roast garlic, broth mix (dextrose, salt, monosodium glutamate, lactose, potato flour, soy oil, celery, turmeric, onion, lecithin, parsley, spices), parsley, silicon dioxide.
Save Money Buy Ranch Buttermilk Dressing Mix in bulk
Posted by Leslie C. on 22nd Feb 2014
I've been buying Great American's soup and dressing mixes for years. You can really save money buying in bulk and they are all delicious. This Ranch Dressing mix is fantastic at a fraction of the cost of the little envelopes you buy at the grocery. Here's my favorite
party snack: One entire box of Saltine Crackers (salt or no salt up to you and can be whole wheat or not), add 1.5 cup olive oil or vegetable oil into a big 2 gallon plastic zip lock bag, add 2 tablespoons red pepper flakes, 3 tablespoons Ranch dressing mix, you can add some dried dill if you wish; muddle this around and then add all four sleeves of crackers to the bag. Tumble the bag around and around gently and let the crackers steep in the oil ranch mixture for at least 3 days. Keep tumbling the bag. People will RAVE about these crackers and you can do many variations with other snack crackers, chips, or pretzels and other soup mixes or dressing mixes. It's a great economy to buy from Great American Spice!and you do not sacrifice any of the taste of commercial mixes you pay more for at the store.
more uses than salad dressing or dips
Posted by Unknown on 12th Sep 2012
I used to buy this in smaller quantities but have gone to the 5 lb container because we use it so frequently. It's a much better buy than the small packages at the grocery store.
Here's a little handy hint for your dressing recipe......add a couple tablespoons vinnegar to the mix and it gives it a little extra zing.
Posted by stella on 13th Jul 2011
the only diffrence between this ranch and bottled ranch is this taste better! I made it for some of my girl friends and they absolutely loved it!