Disclosure: This is a sponsored post that was made possible via the Mom it Forward Influencer Network.
Tessemae’s has introduced a new Creamy Ranch Dressing and I had the chance to put it to the test over the weekend. However, before jumping straight into my cooking experience and recipe I wanted to share some quick information about ranch and Tessemae’s that you may have not been aware of.
Background About Ranch and Tessemae’s
Did you know that Ranch is America’s #1 salad dressing, but most of the brands that create it stuff it full of sugar, preservatives, and artificial ingredients? The good news is Tessemae’s has put a stop to this!
Tessemae’s only uses clean, simple, and real ingredients. Therefore, you can enjoy your creamy ranch without the guilt.
Currently, Tessemae’s makes 25 different dressings, marinades, and condiments, which all use only real, whole sourced food ingredients and they are USDA organic. You can purchase them right at your local Kroger and Walmart.
Cooking with Tessemae’s Creamy Ranch Dressing
When my package of Tessemae’s goodies arrived, I decided to put their creamy ranch to the test by putting a spin on the traditional Chicken Alfredo recipe.
- Fat-Free Half and Half
- Tessemae’s Dressing
- Fat-Free Cream Cheese
- Parmesan Cheese
- Boneless & Skinless Chicken Breast Halves
- Olive Oil
- Ground Pepper
How I Prepared It
- I cooked the pasta and added in the broccoli once the pasta was almost done
- I drained the pasta
- I mixed in the Tessemae’s Dressing, Fat-Free Half and Half, Fat-Free Cream Cheese, and the Parmesan Cheese together in a bowl.
- In my pan, I heated the Olive Oil and added in the chicken to cook.
- I added in the pasta and sauce and mixed that together
- Lastly, I added in some pepper and served.
Final Thoughts on Tessemae’s Creamy Ranch Dressing
My boys and I enjoyed the Chicken Alfredo and even after making that I have been able to enjoy the dressing on my salads. I think it tastes great and would recommend it to those who want to make sure they know what they are eating when it comes to their ranch.
Have you had the chance to try out Tessemae’s Creamy Ranch Dressing yet? What is your favorite recipe that involves using Ranch?