Saturday, November 30, 2019

#WW Ranch Dressing

Now that we have all gorged on delicious Thanksgiving goodies, it might be time to lighten up a bit.  This recipe is for a low point (on WW Freestyle program) ranch dressing.  It's delicious on salad but also good to drizzle on tacos or other foods--your imagination is the only limit!

The recipe (or ones like it) appear on both Skinnytaste and SkinnyKitchen.

1 3/4 cup buttermilk
1/2 cup low fat mayonnaise
1 packet ranch salad dressing seasoning mix (I use Hidden Valley)

Combine all of the above in a mason jar or other container and shake well.  Drizzle on your salad--it's one WW freestyle point per 2 tablespoons.

Measure mayo

Add 1 3/4 cup buttermilk

Add packet of ranch salad dressing seasoning mix
Enjoy on your salad!
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New York City, 1939. A rising star at the Daily Trumpet, Elizabeth “Biz” Adams has been sent to the World’s Fair—billed as the “World of Tomorrow,” a look toward a brighter future even as the drumbeats of war grow louder—to cover a robbery. What she stumbles upon instead is a dead woman, dumped into the Aquacade’s pool with a nylon stocking wrapped around her neck.

Elizabeth snaps a photo as the police arrest Joey Dorman, a gentle young hot dog vendor who made no secret of his obsession with the murder victim. Even though she’s thrilled that her photo makes the front page, the fear and confusion evident on Joey’s face are haunting. So Elizabeth vows to prove his innocence—or his guilt—with her partner at the Daily Trumpet, Ralph Kaminsky. Meanwhile, her romance with Detective Sal Marino is heating up, and Elizabeth is more determined than ever to follow her heart.

But when Kaminsky’s efforts to expose the real killer land him in the hospital, Elizabeth is forced to continue the investigation on her own. And as she tries to narrow down the long list of suspects, she discovers a dark secret running through the Fair—a secret some would kill to protect.


  1. Now you have me wondering--what is the flavoring that makes ranch dressing ranch dressing?
    I got to read an advanced copy of the newest book. It is terrific!

  2. Looks like onion and garlic powder,dill, chives, salt and pepper. So glad you enjoyed the book.

  3. Not much for fads, but if it stands the test of time I'll give it a try.