The Best Way to Freeze Ranch Dressing

By The Bonnie Fig

Have you ever had a surplus of ranch dressing that was due to go bad soon and found yourself wondering, if you can freeze it?

Dive into our comprehensive guide that answers this question along with the best methods and storage tips.

-It helps extend the shelf life of the dressing -Can be practical if you want to portion it out into smaller servings for later use -It helps reduce waste

Benefits of freezing ranch dressing

Make sure you give the bottle a good shake before pouring dressing into the ice cube tray.

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Once that is done, cover the top in plastic wrap or tight-fitting lids if you have them and freeze overnight.

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On the next day, remove ranch cubes out of the ice cube tray and place them into your freezer bag.

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Leave the ones out that you're going to use that day and place them into a small bowl. Cover the bowl in plastic wrap and let thaw in the refrigerator for 4 hours.

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Remove from the refrigerator and let it sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. By this time, the cubes should be soft enough to give them a good whisk so that everything is well incorporated and not watery.

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Before starting this process, it's a good idea to consider separating the dressing into smaller portions before freezing. This allows for easier thawing and reduces the need to thaw the entire batch if you only need a small amount.

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