Dips & Dressings
More than just a dip, this blend is also tasty on chicken, salmon, and other seafood.
Super Easy Savory Dip Recipe
This really is the easiest dip recipe ever. Change it up each time!view recipe >
Italian Dressing Recipe
This delicious dressing is super easy and quick to whip up. Try it with your favorite mix of dark greens!view recipe >
Jaybirds Gas Station Nacho Cheese Sauce Recipe
This incredibly tastes like the real deal...the nacho cheese sauce you would find at gas stations, movie theaters and ball parks. Only better.view recipe >
Introduction to Our “Dips & Dressings” Product Category
Here are a few favorite blends from our Dips & Dressings category with suggestions on how to double up on uses. Happy dipping!view article >
The Birth of Green Goddess Dip & Dressing (A Minorly Embellished Account)
While most of our unsuspecting tasters had heard of Green Goddess, few knew what it was “supposed” to taste like.view article >
Everything Con Queso!
When I first tried Tex-Mex Queso and Dip, oh, the queso-bilities that came to mind.view article >
What is the difference between a dip and dressing?
Thickness or consistency is the biggest difference. A basic dip can be as simple as sour cream (or yogurt) and seasoning. For a dressing, this can be thinned by adding buttermilk. It's easier to thin a dip to make a salad dressing than to try to thicken a dressing to use as a dip.
What is the main ingredient in dips and dressings?
Dips are most commonly made with sour cream, mayonnaise, yogurt, cheese, and mashed beans or vegetables. Where as dressings are mostly made with oil & vinegars or buttermilk.
What are the most popular dips & dressings?
Onion dip & queso dip are popular for dips, while Ranch dressing is the most popular dressing. Our Seven Onion Dip is one of the best out there! It's similar to a classic French onion dip, but with more flavor. Try our Red Bell Ranch dressing mix for an easy homemade ranch recipe, or our Tex-Mex Queso & Dip for a spicy queso cheese dip. We also love our Elote dip mix, Mexican Street Corn Dip, and our vibrant Green Goddess Dip & Dressing mix.
How do you make salad dressing?
For a vinaigrette salad dressing: Add 1 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup vinegar (white wine, red wine, or balsamic), and 1-2 Tbsp. Italian Dressing seasoning blend, like our Italian Dressing Ready Mix. Mix in a sealed jar and shake vigorously to combine and emulsify salad dressing. Then toss in salad to taste!