Trader Joe's Vegan Ranch Dip Is Actually Delicious

Trader Joe's Vegan Ranch Dip

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Thanks to Trader Joe's, everyone—including vegans and lactose-intolerant folks—can enjoy the creamy, herby deliciousness that is ranch dip! One of our staffers was doing a little shopping yesterday and discovered Vegan Ranch Dip right by the hummus and pesto.

The crazy part? This dip uses coconut cream to give it that creamy, indulgent flavor we love about classic ranch—without any help from eggs or dairy. Trader Joe's Vegan Ranch Dip is made with coconut cream, canola oil, water, red wine vinegar, parsley, garlic, sea salt, shallots, chives, black pepper, dill and xanthan gum—overall a pretty clean product.

The herbiness is spot-on, but this dip is a tad sweeter than traditional ranch from the coconut cream. While it's not *exactly* the perfect texture for salads, it's definitely tasty with pretzels, veggies, pita chips or pretty much anything else you feel like dipping in it!

Related: Surprising Foods You Think Are Vegan But Aren't

This plant-based ranch dip has 100 calories, 11g fat, 4g saturated fat, 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g protein and five percent of your daily sodium limit per two-tablespoon serving. We think this is a delicious (and pretty healthy) way to get your family—or yourself—to eat more veggies.

If you're watching your saturated fat intake, we have a plant-based ranch dip recipe of our own that's a little lighter, but just as tasty. Our Green Tahini Ranch Dip combines leafy greens and herbs with tahini and garlic for the ultimate healthy condiment. Serve it with crudités and pita bread, or slather it on a glorious Veggie & Hummus Sandwich.

Related: Trader Joe's Just Released a Chocolate Hummus—and It Only Has 50 Calories

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