Veggies, wings, crackers and more are even more delicious when dipped into this 3 ingredient spicy ranch dipping sauce recipe.
Growing up I wasn’t much of a dipper when it came to food. But, that was probably because we didn’t really eat a whole lot of appetizers or “dippable” food.
I don’t think I even had wings until I was in my late teens. Yes, I had a sheltered childhood.
As an adult, I’m making up for lost time, though, with this super easy 3 ingredient spicy ranch dipping sauce recipe.
I love that this spicy ranch dipping sauce takes just a couple of minutes to make but I do suggest making it ahead of time. If you can let the dip sit in the refrigerator for at least a few hours all the flavors will really meld together and taste all the more delicious.
I usually make it the night before so that’s one less thing I have to do during the day of the party.
3 Ingredient Spicy Ranch Dipping Sauce Recipe
The spicy ranch dip goes with so many things such as potato chips, chicken wings or tenders, fresh veggies, and I even like to thin it out with a bit of milk to use a salad dressing.
If I’m serving it with something like wings I like filling these small sauce cups with the dip so no one has to worry about double dipping or it being too messy, etc.
Serve This Ranch Dipping Sauce With:
- Loaded Tater Tots Recipe
- Tacos made with our Homemade Taco Seasoning Mix Recipe
- On these Spicy Buffalo Chicken Cups
- Drizzled over Loaded Chicken Nachos
- Mix all of the ingredients together until thoroughly combined. I usually mix them together in the sour cream container for one less dish to wash.
- Taste for spiciness, adding more cayenne if desired.
- Refrigerate for at least 3 hours or preferably overnight to allow flavors to meld. Top with a sprinkle of cayenne before serving if desired.
- Serve with dippers such as chicken wings, fresh veggies, chips, a topper to potato skins, etc.
- Refrigerate leftovers for up to 3 days.
If desired, you can use hot sauce instead of or in addition to the cayenne.
If you have leftovers this dip is also great as a salad dressing when thinned out with a bit of milk.