Avocado Ranch Dressing (Keto Alkaline) Recipe

Alkaline Ranch Dressing That Is Keto & Alkaline!

If you love ranch dressing…stop buying it from the shops! This “Avocado Ranch Dressing” is the perfect dressing for veggies, salads – practically any meal. And yes, it’s another recipe showing just how easy it is to tick both boxes of keto and alkaline! These diets are incredibly similar (both high fat, high veggie, moderate protein, zero sugar, processed food, etc.)

So if you keep the carbs low and live alkaline, it is very easy to achieve nutritional ketosis.

We’ve talked about it before, and I have a bunch of other alkaline keto (alketosis!) recipes on my site (see the links below), and it is a great combination.

The Easy Way to Nutrient-Dense Days

This avocado ranch dressing recipe is superb for it too as it adds a LOT of healthy fat and nutrient-dense greens to your diet – on top of whatever meal it is you’re having! It doesn’t just have to go on salads, it can go on any meal!

And this is one of the keys to get enough fats to support nutritional ketosis – adding fat wherever you can…and oftentimes, making a fatty meal and then adding more fat on top (especially if you’re combining with intermittent fasting, as the fat easily keeps you feeling satiated and not at all hungry during the fasting stages).

One of my favorite alkaline hacks is to sneak in the nutrients while eating what you’d ‘normally’ eat. This is great when doing the alkaline diet with a family who is not really that into it – make the normal mean, and then top it with tons of nutrients!

My Avocado Ranch Dressing does exactly that – healthy fats from the avocado and flax oil, glutathione from the avocado too, detox power from the coriander (cilantro) and parsley plus chlorophyll too, antiviral power from the raw garlic (getting raw garlic is a must, as much as possible), and extra alkalinity from the lime. Boom.

Really, I have tried a ton of variations on this, and this is the perfect keto avocado ranch dressing…plus for keto, it has the added healthy fat boost. It takes the traditional ranch dressing recipe to a whole new level, and of course has none of the crap you get with processed, store-bought ranch dressing recipes.

Keto-Alkaline Avocado Ranch Dressing


Lasts for 3/4 days in the fridge in an air-tight container.


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1/4 cup parsley leaves
  • 1/2 cup fresh coriander (cilantro) leaves
  • 4 tbps fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 cup flax oil
  • 1/4 cup raw walnuts or cashews
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 1/2 cup filtered water
  • 1/4 tsp Himalayan pink salt
  • 1/4 tsp freshly cracked black pepper

These can all be adjusted to taste, and doubled if you want to make more!


Simple…put everything in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth…that’s pretty much it!

And you have an avocado ranch dressing! If it is too thick, you can add more water, or more avocado if it’s too thin.

You can also use coconut or almond milk instead of water to make it more creamy, and if you do not want to use nuts, you can use coconut or another dairy-free yogurt.

This recipe can be served over salads, roasted veggies, and rice dishes โ€“ or even us as a spread for sandwiches.

It will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for 3-4 days.


Ross’ Other Alkaline Keto Recipes

Give this avocado ranch dressing a try and if you like it, here’s a few of my other vegan, alkaline & keto-friendly recipes:

Keto-Alkaline Power Smoothie
Alkaline Breakfast Parfait (Keto)
Chilli Non Carne (Alkaline & Keto)
Alfredo Sauce (Keto-Alkaline)
Alkaline Keto Chocolate Mousse

Would You Like a Brand-New Recipe From Me Every Friday?

How would you like, each Friday afternoon, a new alkaline recipe from me to try…ready for the weekend? It’s called my ‘Recipe for the Weekend’ and it’s just that. We don’t need something else heavy, clogging up our inbox and our headspace, so this is just a little delicious slice of alkalinity to take with you on your way into the best part of the week.

Nothing more, nothing less.

I hope you love the recipes!

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Ask Me a Question or Leave a Comment Here - I'd Love to Hear from You


  1. Julie Reply

    Can you free Avocado Ranch dressing?

  2. Vivian Reply

    I would love to try this recipe but I donโ€™t have flax oil. What are good substitutes for flax oil? Thank you very much.

    • ross Reply

      Any other healthy oil: avocado, chia, olive…

  3. Anna Dobie Reply

    Thank you. Im going to make this and give it a try. Sounds delicious and nutritious. You are the best!

  4. Sandra Lake Reply

    Dear Ross,

    This avocado dressing sounds really nice,.

    My question is can you freeze it without harming the avocado

    • ross Reply

      Yep ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Bonita Eagles Reply

    Can you substitute avocado oil for the flax oil in the avacado dressing recipe? Is it the flax oil that requires you to use the dressing in 3-4 days?

    • ross Reply

      You can sub it, but the flax oil is in there to up the intake of omega 3.

  6. Sisie Sekgobela Reply

    I am recovering from COVID-19. I am asthmatic, diabetic, hypertensive and have high cholesterol. What can I eat to recover faster and lose weight.

    • ross Reply

      High alkaline-forming foods. Download the charts at the top of this page. Get started there with the basics, and then build from there.

  7. Lola K. Reply

    Thank you for this delicious and healthy recipe!

    • ross Reply

      Pleasure ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Kathy Reply

    Love your info. Have a 21 yo nephew with Toxoplasmosis, with antibodies of 122. His gut
    Is a mess, feels sick all the time and difficulty
    Keeping weight on.
    Any info would be helpful.

    • ross Reply

      Hey Kathy

      High alkaline-forming foods really is the place to start. They will help rebuild the gut, and reduce toxicity. Download the charts at the top of this page. Get started there with the basics, and then build from there. I’d look to join my membership where I coach a lot more individually – it’s opening again soon for another intake: https://energiseross.lpages.co/abc-closed-page/

  9. Marcia Mitchell Reply

    Is there another oil I can use as I donโ€™t have Flax oil in the Avocado Ranch Dressing?

    • ross Reply

      Olive or avocado are great, but not giving you the boost of omega 3 you’re getting from flax.

  10. Ms Katherine Aiono ( Nairn-Smith ) Reply

    Thanks Ross these are great recipes – can’t wait to make them . Gotta go to help with the triplets tomorrow – I always have to delay things a bit , lol, but I am saving everything and getting better at keeping that water / hydration up . Thanks for the webinar tonight Tues pm . Unfortunately someone called on the phone and I didnt hear all of the Q&As but I did hear most of them .

    Did I hear you say you were in Brisbane ?

    • ross Reply

      Superb and YEP – Brissy! The place to be ๐Ÿ™‚